I try to eat good Monday to Friday. I use Vitamix three times a day. Vitamix is perhaps the most valuable item I bought from Costco. I eat a lot of fruits and vegetables because of Vitamix. If you care about your well being, please buy Vitamix and use it.
I always start my dinner with a tall glass of Vitamix juice. Today's juice contained:
- Apple (1/2)
- Carrot (1)
- Orange (1/2)
Remember, Vitamix is not a juicer. There is no pulp to throw out. You eat the entire fruits and vegetables. With this juice, I am already half full that I don't feel like eating much more.
Today I grabbed some items I bought from Costco, and came up with a quick soup. I used following Costco food items:
- Healthy Choice chicken soup (1 can)
- Crushed Tortilla Chips (a handful)
- Egg whites (2) - No yolk (I love yolks, but they say yolks are bad)
I seasoned the soup with some green onions, salt, and pepper.
I don't usually eat dinner out of cans. But I have no problem eating can food for dinner when I feel like it.
After dinner I ate some strawberries and grapes.
I feel pretty good about how I eat. I can make quick dinner with staple items from Costco. I always keep frozen vegetables, grilled chicken, fish, eggs, cans of tuna, & etc... It's easy to make sensible dinner, fast... Costco style.
When it comes to cooking, a little creativity goes long way. You better enjoy cooking if you live alone. Or your bad diet can mess you up. And before you know it, you are in irreversible course to early death.
What I take for granted is that I buy these food items at one location at good price. Without Costco, I cannot imagine myself shopping for frozen vegetables, fish, and etc. I would check supermarket fliers and drive around the town. It will consume my free time. To me, Costco is the only way to go.
I try to tell them... I don't go to Costco to save money. I go to Costco to enjoy higher class of life-style. And Costco happens to save me money. It's a win-win situation.
Later, I changed my mind and put 2 egg whites (no yolk)
Costco Soup served in a Costco bowl