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Preparing your menu in advance can help reduce the stress of having to find a new meal every day. PHOTO: iStock / demaerre

For her first column On a Human Scale, nutritionist Hélène Fiolek gives us tips for better preparing meals in advance.

With the start of the new school year, the return to face-to-face work and inflation driving up the price of food, our new columnist Hélène Fiolek explains that preparing meals well in advance can be a great way to reduce stress and save money.

By preparing recipes that come in many ways, such as meatballs or snacks that keep for a long time in the freezer, such as muffins, we can enhance our menu and reduce the burden of thinking of a new meal every day. .