But I have another idea: Why not try to cook more in 2018?
As I mentioned in a previous interview, cooking does not need to be extravagant or Instagram-worthy. I think there is this misconception with all the food media that every meal has to look like a magazine spread, or styled like an Instagram influencer’s. While I have my own Instagram account with food photographs, I want to make it clear that my goal is to inspire you to cook, NOT to make it look intimidating or scary.
I understand that 65% of the population are visual learners, and you might need a bit of visual inspiration to get you going.
So here is a simpler way to try to eat healthier: Make the effort to cook more, and vegetables too - not your typical broccoli or kale. Don’t go for perfection, just try it out.
For all the meal preppers out there, they also make great meal prep vegetables, you can easily cook a large batch on the weekend and container it for the busy week ahead!
Here I have 3 Chinese vegetables that are easy to moderately difficult to cook:
1) How to Cook: Baby Bok Choy 白菜
2) How to Cook: Gai Lan - Restaurant-Style
3) How to Cook: Chinese Eggplant
So there are 3 vegan, Chinese recipes you can try in 2018. If you try them out, let me know how it goes in the comments below!