Eating clean and following the meal guide may require spending some quality time in the kitchen and building some cooking skills. One of the requirements for this will be “portion control”. The more precise you will be with your cooking the better your chances of getting the results you wanted.
I have put together a quick list of some of the tools that I used frequently in the kitchen.
You don’t have to get the same items and if you have something already you definitely can continue to use them. However, if you don’t know what you might need then take a look at this list. It might save you some time in the future:
- Blender ( $24.88 ) for preparing recovery shakes
- Food Scale ( $14.62 ) for measuring food portions
- Measuring Cup ( $4.48 ) for measuring food portions
- Measuring Cups and Spoons ( $7.24 ) for measuring food portions
- Food Containers ( $24.99 ) for carrying cooked food to work
- George Foreman Champ Grill ( $18.99 ) for cooking meat and fish
- Santoku Knife ( $56.95 ) for cutting the raw ingredients
- Cutting Board ( $18.99 ) for cutting the raw ingredients