[grandma] bakes and stuffs them with rice and vegetables, [so they’re] really healthy.
It's full of protein and just so versatile. One of my favourite meals is a chicken yiros.
Dairy: Greek yoghurt
It’s an amazing substitute for dessert, and it’s filled with loads of great nutrients and vitamins, such as calcium and vitamin B12. Its probiotics are good for your stomach and your immune system, too.
I like to toast it with scrambled eggs and kale as one of my go-to breakfasts. Carbohydrates help provide your body with the energy it needs.
Non-meat protein: Eggs
They’re healthy and so versatile. They’re a good way to fuel up on protein in the morning.
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They’re healthy and really easy breakfasts! They can be made even more delicious by adding fresh berries or fruits.
Again [for] protein, which helps build muscle. A tuna roll is an excellent lunch.
They’re just delicious and you can add them to smoothies or eat them on their own.
Seed: Sesame seeds
Easy to sprinkle over salads for texture, they’re rich in vitamins and minerals. They’re also a great source of fibre.
Sweet treat: Greek cake
A favourite at family functions. Everything in moderation!