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Healthy Dinner…ASAP

Hack #1 // Fill your pantry and freezer.

On weekends, hit the supermarket for items that can live happily in your pantry (e.g., pasta and canned tomatoes) or linger longer than most fresh foods in the fridge (eggs and Parm, for instance). Skip delicate leafy greens like mesclun or Bibb lettuce, which tend to wilt and turn slimy after a few days. Instead, get your fill from hardier greens such as cabbage and kale. (The latter is particularly great because it can be rehydrated: Just trim and remove the stalk and plunge the leaves into iced water for 15 minutes). Pack your freezer with healthy protein sources like fish fillets or

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