2. Switch to healthy dried or canned alternatives when fresh produce becomes unavailable
Fresh produce has always been the best option for some families. But when it becomes unavailable, the are many healthy options that are easy to store and produce.
Canned beans and chickpeas are an excellent healthy option as they are filled with nutrients and can be stored for a long time. They can also be included in many meals. If you’re looking for protein, canned oily fish (like sardines, salmon, and mackerel) is the best option. They contain so much protein, omega three fatty acids, and a range of vitamins and minerals. They can be eaten cold with salads, sandwiches and pasta dishes, or prepared as a component of a warm meal.
While dried goods such as beans, pulses, and grains like rice, beans, peas, and more are nutritious. They tend to last longer and are delicious, affordable, and filling. Rolled oats made with milk or water is an excellent breakfast choice. You can choose to serve them with yogurt, chopped fruits, or raisins.