A one-of-a-kind guide to organizing your fridge—including practical tips for meal prep and storage, plus more than 100 recipes—that makes it easier to eat better, save money, and get the most out of your food
Practicing “fridge love” is a roadmap to eating healthier, saving money, and reducing food waste while enjoying a beautiful and harder-working fridge. This book—part organizational guide and part food-prep handbook—is your guide. Author Kristen Hong adopted a nutrient-dense, plant-based diet in an effort to lose weight and improve her health. But amidst the demands of day-to-day life and a busy family, she found it impossible to stick to. The solution? A smarter, better-organized fridge that served her real-life needs. In this invaluable resource, you will discover how a beautifully organized fridge can make your life—including healthy eating for the whole family—easier. It covers general fridge organization (for all models and configurations) as well as shopping tips, storage guidelines, the best meal-prep containers, and more than 100 easy plant-based recipes made for meal prepping.
About the Author
KRISTEN HONG writes the blog hellonutritarian.com, where she shares about fridge organization, meal prep, and plant-based recipes, and runs a successful Instagram of the same name (@hellonutritarian), where she showcases her well-organized and gorgeously styled fridge photos. She lives in California with her husband and two children.