I got idea from Sheldon Cooper and think it will be great to not waste my time on thinking about what I'll eat today. Apart from time it could save money, because I could buy right amounts of ingredients on weekend, and prepare meals during the week.
But there are to much things to consider. For example how much carbohydrates, fats and proteins do I need? And apart from that, I need vitamins, iodine, phosphorus and a lot of other stuff to stay health and productive.
Also, I want those meals to be simple to make, because I am not very skilled cook.
Nowadays I eating without any system, just trying to eat more healthy food (I was diagnosed with hepatitis), for example:
- microwave backed potatoes (just wash potatoes and put them in oven till ready)
- laminaria salad (They sell it already prepared)
- pasta (most often with ketchup because I don't know how to make healthier sauces)
- fermented milk
- bread with honey and tea (I am trying to give up tea, as I did with coffee)
- buckwheat with milk
- bananas, apples, raw white cauliflower
- tomato-cucumber salad
And something like that...
But I want to put all that in some weekly schedule and may be learn some new simple recipes. Are there any guides on how to do such thing? Do you know somebody who managed to implement this?