Eat Less Meat plans
Delicious meat free meal plans for vegetarians, flexitarians or part-time veggies
planning – it doesn’t rank up there with the top 10 things you’d love to be
doing with your spare time does it? But did you know that if you dedicated just
a little bit of your time to it you could actually find yourself more time to
enjoy other things rather than worrying about what to have for dinner every
night. Check out our reasons why you should meal plan and how we can make it easy
This one has to come first as it's one of the main reasons SoCook
and our app were set up. Meal planning will buy back your time, allowing you to enjoy cooking rather than
stressing about what to have for dinner every day.
Having a well-thought-out shopping list based on the meals you’ve planned to have for the week will save you from wandering aimlessly up and down the aisles of the supermarket wondering what to get (let’s face it we’ve all been there). Our app gives you a personalised meal plan and a shopping list too!
Our top tip if you’re super busy is to take some time out at the weekend to plan your evening meals for the week
Also if you cook one or two recipes that will give you lots of leftovers you’ll always have something you can pop in the freezer or utilise for lunch the next day.
Our app will provide you with a personalised meal plan and a shopping list in minutes find out more
all been there, we’ve started a diet been doing great and then have a late
night and end up eating a packet of biscuits instead of having a proper dinner.
Meal planning can help you overcome this issue by ensuring you always know what
you’re having for dinner and have options that are quick to rustle up and stop
you snacking or indulging in something you’ll regret the next day.
A little add-on to eating healthier is being able to improve
the food that you’re eating by planning out well-balanced dinners with the
right amounts of veggies, proteins and carbs. If you’re trying to reduce your
carb intake or eat less meat, planning can support you with any lifestyle
changes. Home-made food is also always full of less calories, salt and fat than
ready meals plus choosing your own ingredients makes it easier for you to
support local butchers and greengrocers, reducing your impact on the
Having a well-crafted meal plan means you waste less, using
ingredients you have in the cupboard, forgotten in the fridge or the freezer.
You only end up buying what you need for each meal and not succumbing to the
lure of expensive ready meals or items you fancy but don’t really need. Plus
you can create meal plans that specifically allow you to use up whatever you
have in your cupboards.
If you still find the thought of tackling meal planning a
bit daunting then take a look at our other blog post which explains exactly
what to do. What is meal planning and
how do I do it?
Alternatively, you can try the Socook app, which
will do it all for you with no hassle and no stress. So get planning today and buy
back some time.