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Getting in the habit of regularly meal prepping veggies helps you save time and reach your health goals faster. From raw to roasted, there are plenty of ways to cook veggies to fit your taste preferences and time constraints. Read more on how to batch cook proteins and grains, make marinades and use leftovers.

To best organize your prep and cook times, start with the recipe requiring the longest cook time. This is often the soup or oven meal. Once that meal is underway, focus on the rest.

With weekly meal plans, Meal Prep on Fleek takes the hard work out of making nutritious meals the whole family will enjoy. Step 1: Plan Your Meals Make sure each meal includes a balance of lean protein, carbohydrates (starch), vegetables, and healthy fats. 5. Pre-cooked mealsthis is my approach for breakfasts and lunches, and is perfect for meals that you don’t have time to prep on the days you will eat.All you need to do is grab them from the fridge, re-heat if necessary, and enjoy! Some ideas: breakfast: egg muffins, steel cut oats, breakfast sandwiches lunch: stir fries, sheet pan meals, jar salads. More experienced meal preppers seem to like Sunday and Wednesday as their chosen days to cook and prepare meals for the week.

Using these two days allows them to split up the week’s prepping into two days. In the beginning though, you don’t want to prepare meals for the whole week. You want to start off with no more than three meals.

Planning, prepping and cooking all your meals for the week in one day and simply reheating them through the week. The busier you are, the more a rigorous meal prep plan can help. Setting aside a few hours on a Sunday afternoon to cook your meals for the week can be a huge time saver, and provides ready-to-go healthy meals whenever you need them.

How to prep: In a medium pot, combine 1 cup buckwheat (160g) with 2 cups (475ml) water or broth, plus a pinch of salt. Bring everything to a boil, then cover the pot and simmer for 20 minutes, until the grain is plump and all the liquid is absorbed. This summery salad will brighten any lunch. If you’ve been relying on boring fast food salads, the fresh flavors of this chili lime salmon salad will be a welcome relief.

You can pre-dress the spinach or you can keep all the components separate for a meal-prep-ready lunch full of protein. Every time you open your fridge over the next three weeks, you’ll find it stocked with these pre-prepped meals full of protein, veggies, and grains. Breakfast: Versatile big-batch breakfasts for myself and my husband that can be eaten at home or on the go (10 days).

Lunch: A wholesome, light, protein-packed lunch for myself and my husband (10 days). Dinner: A mix of fully cooked dinners and prepped ingredients, so I’m not starting from zero every night (nine days). Nutritional Goals: While we don’t have any food restrictions, we make a.

List of related literature:

Equivalent in protein to 2 oz meat are 2 eggs; 1 cup cooked beans, dry peas, or lentils; 4 Tbsp peanut butter

“Foods & Nutrition Encyclopedia, Two Volume Set” by Marion Eugene Ensminger, Audrey H. Ensminger
from Foods & Nutrition Encyclopedia, Two Volume Set
by Marion Eugene Ensminger, Audrey H. Ensminger
Taylor & Francis, 1993

Textured soy protein was hydrated 3:1 with water (weight-by-weight basis) prior to sealing and cooking in a 100°C water bath for 90 minutes.

“Soy Applications in Food” by Mian N. Riaz
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by Mian N. Riaz
CRC Press, 2005

Another option is to provide more time for the proteins to rearrange before cooking to final moisture content.

“Confectionery Science and Technology” by Richard W. Hartel, Joachim H. von Elbe, Randy Hofberger
from Confectionery Science and Technology
by Richard W. Hartel, Joachim H. von Elbe, Randy Hofberger
Springer International Publishing, 2017

Meal prep or “mini prep” on the weekends—either cook full meals to store in the refrigerator or freezer, or prep proteins and a few sides to mix and match here and there.

“Keto Quick Start: A Beginner's Guide to a Whole-Foods Ketogenic Diet with More Than 100 Recipes” by Diane Sanfilippo
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With this minimal kit, you can make any of the one-pot recipes in this book by adjusting ingredient levels, or you can easily prepare a few packaged foods into several different meals.

“The Bushcraft Field Guide to Trapping, Gathering, and Cooking in the Wild” by Dave Canterbury
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by Dave Canterbury
Adams Media, 2016

Processing soy flours, protein concentrates, and protein isolates.

“Chemistry and Technology of Cereals as Food and Feed” by Samuel A. Matz
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Soy protein isolates improved emulsion stability in CMP, cooking yields and binding strength in restructured hams.

“Functionality of Proteins in Food” by Joseph F. Zayas
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All minimal yeast media, liquid and plates, are based on the following three ingredients, which are sterilized by autoclaving 15–20 min: per liter, 6.7 g Yeast Nitrogen Base-amino acids (Difco 0919-15); 20 g glucose or 20 g galactose + 10 g raffinose; 2 g appropriate nutrient “dropout” mix (see below).

“The Proteomics Protocols Handbook” by John M. Walker
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by John M. Walker
Humana Press, 2007

Cream of Spinach Soup Prepare as directed but substitute 2 packages (10 ounces each) frozen chopped spinach, thawed for asparagus and omit the 5 to 10 minutes of cooking time in Step 2.

“The Good Housekeeping Cookbook” by Susan Westmoreland
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by Susan Westmoreland
Hearst Books, 2004

Draw or inject slurry into pressure cooker, bring to a boil slowly over a period of 5 minutes, then cook at 100°C for 3 minutes (we would recommend a longer cooking to inactivate trypsin inhibitors; cooking for more than 10 minutes, however, leads to a decrease in protein and solids recovery).

“Tofu & Soymilk Production: A Craft and Technical Manual” by William Shurtleff, Akiko Aoyagi
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  • The whole time I was watching. I was going like. O whats that….hmmm….wonder how that tastes like. Where can I buy that in my town. Oh yeah I cant go out because of the quarantine.

  • Hey guys! First of all, I’m SO happy that so many of you found this video helpful! Second of all, there are more videos like this to come, so if you haven’t subscribed already, feel free to do so! ❤️ If you’re curious about my day-to-day life as well, I invite you to come on over to my vlog channel and hang out! Things are about to be changing like crazy in my personal life (moving, new jobs, and just a fresh chapter in my life), so those vlogs are going to be a roller coaster for sure. You can check out the vlog channel here:

    Happy meal prep-ing!


  • Loved this video! Thanks for sharing! I am new to meal prepping and have a real question for you. Why go through the trouble of being SO EXACT weighing grams (which is pretty precise) if when you are putting the meals together you are only eye balling portions? Each container won’t be the same in macros? Seems to me that, that defeats the whole purpose of weighing grams. Thanks in advance for answering. BTW I just subscribed to you. Thanks again!

  • “I’m not keen to have the same meal over and over again.”
    15 seconds later…
    “I tend to enjoy eating the same things over and over again.”

  • Thank you for a year of helpful and educational videos. You have been both inspiring and and encouraging with your content. Have a wonderful end of year and looking forward to seeing you in the new year! Blessings, Kim.

  • I’m on a desktop so I don’t have a frying pan emoji available, BUT knowing that I said frying pan proves that I watched until the end!:) Your videos are always amazing and these batch cooks are my favorite! Thank you for keeping up with an amazing channel.:)

  • I love that your meals aren’t boring. I feel like there are so many meal prep videos out there and they are never appealing or are bland. Also, I was looking for more meal prep videos from you and I’m sad that you don’t more. With that being said, make more pls!:)

  • Thanks for the video man. I’ll definitely gonna try this. But how many days should I keep this in the fridge? The lentil has coconut milk in it, so I’m guessing I shouldn’t keep it beyond 4 or 5 days?

  • I would like to know why is youtube recomending me chicken meal preps if im watching a vegan video, like… YT camon. Great Video ��

  • Just came across your channel via the beginner runner video, it’s amazing and you deserve more subscribers! Great advice when it comes to choosing the right meal to meal-prep. I’m usually drowning in potential recipes, but I have a very clear idea of what the perfect “leftover” meal would be that I could easily eat…well, all the time! Keep up the great work:)

  • Just came outta hospital for an IBS flare up, so glad I came across your channel! Definitely trying all of these recipes
    Thank you ❤️

  • Thank you Kim for all you do! You definitely inspired me to try keto cooking and, I’m getting there! The new year is going to really be “go time” for me. And your “menu” tip genius! Hope you have a merry Christmas and see you in the new year! ��

  • What exactly is Custokebon Secrets? How does this thing really work? I see a lot of people keep on talking about this popular weight loss diet plan.

  • I Luv your videos Kim, you are so real ghurl!!! My husband and I are eating plant based, no dairy no eggs since 1/19. However, I still get inspired and uplifted by your videos. God Bless you and your family always.
    Jay from NJ

  • Thank you for all of your love and support on this show! It has truly been a labor of love for both me and my family. EVERYONE pitches in and supports this weekly effort and I couldn’t have done it without my loving family and amazing supportive subscribers who click to watch every Sunday morning AND turn on their notification bell to be part of the notification squad! Let me know any ideas you want to see in this series in the comments! xoxo SUBSCRIBE and SEE YOU NEXT YEAR!!!

  • Hi Kim, Happy New Years Eve!!! Do you have print outs for meal planning, batch cooking and grocery shopping? Thank so much for all you do!!

  • despite the idea that I would get tired of eating the same thing everyday I actually have yet to get tired of eating homemade avocado pesto and pasta

  • Love your food segments… well every segment LoL QUESTION: What make is the bag at beginning of video that you placed your food container in from the fridge? Do you have a promo link? Thank you:-)

  • Hi! Thanks for this helpful video. By the way, I hear lots of people keep on talking about Custokebon Secrets (just google search it), but I’m not sure if it’s good. Have you thought about Custokebon Secrets? I’ve heard many great things about it and my sister lost tons of weight with it, but she refuses to tell me:(

  • I loved the shout-out to Katherine at the start! I’m the main cooker at home as well. It is beautiful when we feel that what we do is appreciate by our hubbys. ❤️❤️

  • When you meal prep it is better to do everything separated and the mix different things so you don’t eat the same food the entire week.Like cooking your protein,your sides and your veggies and the do different combinations.

  • Looks delicious and all but I don’t think it’s very IBS friendly in general as honey and sweet potatoes are not low FODMAP, pumpkin depending on type is questionable at best and so are the portion amounts incl avocado. However I know everyone reacts differently to different foods so it might be ok for some, I’ll def be prepping some meals tho, you motivated me.

  • Dude, i cant stand sweet potatoes. Any ways/recipes that the sweetness will be covered so i can get them in my menu? I know they are super healthy

  • Bad video, she shows nothing and most of what she says is just bullshit. Stay away and get a new person that knows what they are talking about.

  • Love this I want to try the recipe, I have a hard time meal prepping cause I can only eat left over sometime depending on what it is and if then it’s hard to eat it more then 2 times in a week! But cause my celiacs I meal prep breakfast that I have no problem doing, and smoothies!

  • Had the Sweet Potato & Chicken salad for lunch today omgggg so good!!! About to have the Salmon tonight thanks girl for this video!

  • one of the things we subscribers look out for is getting replies. and u r among the very few who reply to each and every comment…
    first time seeing your video…subbed already…i love the way u presented everything…i can surely say you are going to make this channel a million subscriber channel and much more…keep it simple like this one…and see the numbers go up..
    in love with this video…
    u r just too sweet and humble!

  • I’ve been cutting my own hair for20 years. When it gets to long, I shave it and grow it out. Great content. But your looking way to skinny. Lol. Eat a burger before you starve to death.

  • very nice video with interesting recipes.
    Sadly here in greece i cannot find kale anywhere… I wonder if we finally get it ported over here eventually…

  • Hi love the videos I want to follow you subscribe and share your content with people with stomach acid issues, depresion.. so gluten free diet.I have 5,000 patient that could benefit…

  • Great video! A few questions: Does the food lose some taste? Is it safe to do this with meat/fish/ricehow do you reheat everything? Are there any foods that once cooked don’t store well in the freezer? Thanks! x

  • Hope you like this meal prep guys! The Lentil Dal was so good and easy to prepare, I highly recommend ������ Hope you’re all staying safe & healthy! ✌��

  • Why on earth would you wear those stupid glasses on such a pretty face? How do women see these ridiculous glasses as, well I don’t know what but, man, they are hideous! They ruin your face!

  • I love meat. I have been on a exclusive meat diet for about 3 years now, completly taking needless greens out of my diet. I have noticed it really works with muscle development at the gym and gives me tons of energy when I combine it with a lot of bread, potatoes and pasta. Meal prep has made it easy to stay at the gym too instead of wasting time in the kitchen.

  • If you don’t want to do rice, or want to change it up just keep the salsa chicken by itself and put it in tortillas somedays, rice some other days, on a lettuce taco salad other days.:)

  • Great job, Caty. Meal prep is so easy and much better than grabbing something so unhealthy just to be quick. So much food in here with so little calories! Been meal prepping and eating healthier for about 4 months-ish. I followed River down that road. I must say, it’s the best thing I’ve done for myself. Super great info. Thank you!!

  • This is a great idea for having meals on hand. I’m single, older (retired) and find it so hard to cook for one. The idea of having meals in the freezer is so much better than having a bag of popcorn. (which I do quite often). I like to make a pot of chili and freeze it in individual serving containers. I’m looking forward to getting more recipes that freeze well. Good job on the vlog.

  • Actually since i need to stay at home a lot i’m not preparing food at all. It’s help to spend the time if you make your meals right when you get hungry ��

  • heyy love your video.. just wondering what editing software do you use to edit your videos and is it free? And what camera is your footage filmed on? Thanksss in advance keep up the good work

  • do u have lunch recipes that are fast to prepare and don’t require to be heated up at lunch time (theres no microwave at my job)…thanks for sharing

  • love this please keep them coming your an inspiration to get going and to get up and start! mom of three over here says thank you:)

  • I cannot meal prep because i do not like left overs. I wish i wasn’t so picky sometimes. For work i always take Sandwiches or yogurt with Granola. I don’t remember the video but you made some peanut chicken that looked AMAZING and would love the recipe.

  • I love meal prepping. In the summer time I will wake up super early on a Saturday morning to cook all our meals through the week. I have noticed that is doesn’t just cut down on my food budget but my electric bill to.

  • Week 1 of quarantine after heavy shopping:meal prep for staying lean..
    Week 3 of quarantine with leftovers:meal prep for just surviving!!!

  • As specialist, I believe Custokebon Secrets is great way to lost a ton of weight. Why not give it a shot? perhaps it will work for you too.

  • Hi there, I just joined your channel recently. Actually you changed my idea about meal prep and I’ve started cooking my daily meals. thanks a lot for your episodes and information

  • Wondering if anyone can help me… with kale people say it’s best cooked but if I was to meal prep would I be able to cook a load of kale and store it in the fridge and eat it cold or can you not store cooked kale. Also how long does sweet potato last in the fridge and do you need to reheat that? Sorry I’m new to this ��

  • This is not IBS friendly. Sweet potato, avocado, almonds, honey, butternut squash, coconut flour etc. is high in FODMAPs and shoukd be avoided when treating IBS

  • Anyone tried the Custokebon Secrets? I’ve heard several incredible things about it and my work buddy lost a lot of weight with Custokebon Secrets (do a google search).

  • Not sure how to do the emoji. But I love watching your videos. They give lots of ideas! Also wanted to wish you and your family a Very Merry Christmas!

  • Recipes look yummy, but I would of probably taken the video a little more serious if you hadn’t contradicted yourself flat out!! ��

  • Every vegan should look into Indian dishes. I wish you could eat the dal my mother makes. You would probably eat nothing else for a month.

    Ps.: Dal tastes best with fresh naan or chapati.

  • You had me on this recipe, until you said cilantro lime rice…. I HATE that shit, (cilantro…yuck!) and it seems everyone is obsessed with this shit in their recipes!! YUCK!!! Sorry….. but, can’t you offer us good recipes without that horrible stuff??!! please?

  • I had to batch cook for 2 weeks worth of dinners several years ago when I knew I was going to have surgery. I cleared out my freezer ( which at the time was in an apartment and was a very small fridge/freezer) cooked one day, packaged them up, labeled them and froze. They were stacked in our freezer, so all my husband had to do was pull one out, and put it in the oven at 350 for one hour. This way I had good dinners while I was recuperating. Merry Christmas Kim and family, and Happy New Year! ������������������������������

  • Seriously, you saved my life. I was diagnosed with IBS since I was a baby and I have STRUGGLED with meal prep in the past as they weren’t IBS friendly. You have inspire me so much and can’t wait to start sharing my own journey on youtube one day. Perhaps you’ll see me around? lol

  • 22 sec “I’m not keen to eat the same meals over and over again” 44 sec “I tend to actually enjoy eating the same thing over and over again”…GURL…

  • Hi Christie! Fellow IBS peep here. I noticed in your recipes you use sweet potatoe as well as avocado and honey, which are all high FODMAP. Do you seem to be able to tolerate those ingredients well? As a lot of IBS sufferers don’t (but every body is different) just curious:)

  • GREAT vid! You think you could make a video on something just pure vegetarian with good amount of protein something thatll get a guy to help gain more mass

  • I do a simple chicken bowl. Baked chicken with lemon pepper in the oven. Cilantro lime rice. Lettuce, black beans and corn. And the day I eat it I put a buffalo ranch on it to dress it a little. It’s really yummy!

  • I love this, Caty, and look forward to more. This looks wonderful but I will have to adjust it for my bean protester. Yup I have one son who doesn’t eat beans. Thanks for the recipe. Maybe I didn’t catch it but did you put how many ounces is considered a serving. this is helpful to know. thanks

  • I will give this a try!!! I like to double healthy soup or chili recipes and load up on the veggies and chia seeds, plus my kids will eat them and they freeze wonderfully! White chicken chili is a great choice, and our favorite.

  • Do the avocados turn brown should i wait to add them when I’m ready to eat them
    Ps the sweet potatoes took way longer to cook grr
    But worth it love your channel

  • Has anyone converted this one to an instapot recipe? Looking for some hints as we have something going on this afternoon. If you have what are the times and how did you do it?

  • 0:20 “i don’t know about you, but i’m not keen to have the same meal over and over again… 0:42 “i tend to actually enjoy eating the same thing over and over again”…Goddamn woman, make up your mind. Dunno what she said after this,i now have trust issues with her!

  • Another great video. I’m doing a flexible meal plan now thanks to you. I’m also doing a grocery pickup at Walmart once a week so I can look at what I want to make and sit at the computer and put it on my order if I’m missing something for a recipe. Works great. Still need to work on month’s worth of meals. I read cookbooks for fun so its hard not to get caught up in the “Oh wouldn’t it be fun to make that” mindset. I know your tips are saving me money and stress Still looking at my Instant Pot in the box lol!��

  • Hi Desb, Great video and tips. I like the cottage cheese tip. Right on with containers and storage pack to hold all your food in. Can’t wait for your next video!

  • I really need to do this. I’ve made salsa chicken before for quesadillas, tacos, taco salad etc but never over rice and I’ve never added corn, beans and onion too it. I’ll have to do this!

  • Its still surprise me, just how a lot of people don’t know about Custokebon Secrets, even though many people get good results with it. Thanks to my buddy who told me about Custokebon Secrets, I’ve lost tons of weight with it without starving myself.

  • you should have talk to goji man about all your gut health but i guess your ok now with having animals killed for you. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO EAT ANIMALS just fix your gut. i went thought the exact same thing and i healed it with test and the right treatment not eatting flesh

  • What is the recipe for the ground beef with green olives…. that looked so yummy…. your husband was putting it into a glass container!

  • Be careful with deli meats. Some of them are incredibly processed and high in nitrates. Not a healthy choice if you don’t choose wisely

  • That recipe looks AMAZING. I find myself bored with meals when i meal prep bc plain chicken is not my favorite thing to eat daily lol so im definitely going to try this out!

  • How odd. You said at the start that you found it dull to eat the same thing over and over but then you prepared meals that were all the same. Personally, I found it contradictory.

  • Loving your videos for your new channel so far, such great quality and awesome editing! I really like how you took the time to write out the exact calories and such, I know a lot of people will like that. Can’t wait to see more video’s!

  • Did you have to slowly transition from vegan to animal products? Did it upset your stomach at first from being vegan for so long? ��

  • so I recently came home from my trip and I was catching up on your culpficiton channel and I was waaaaaayyyy behind and as I was watching I remember ima comment on her channel and ask Caty if she could possibly in her vlog record a meal prep snippet cause I want to start doing meal preps and I don’t know where to even start! and as I watched your vlogs you mentioned you made a new channel and long and behold lol you made on of the videos that I was gonna ask if you could do! which is awesome! thank you so much and please please make more meal prep videos!!! thank you!

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  • Ummm, the whole “protein” thing is a myth created by the animal (farming industry). Proteins are broken down into amino acids, which happen to be found in almost all the foods you eat (especially not flesh). Body needs 20 amino acids, body produces only 11, so you need 9 from food sources. SMH. Sad that people still believe the whole “but protein” shit.

  • I watch all your cooking videos, and this one was the best! Batch cooking works so much better for me. If I don’t eat it all during that week, I freeze the rest and start eating again some time later. Keep these coming amigo!

  • This video has great information, but I am confused about the best diet plan which i should work with, only because I have never taken any. Anybody tried using the Custokebon Secrets? I have heard some folks mention incredible things about Custokebon Secrets.

  • Hey Jon, I am a big fan. Love your positivity and physique. You are one of the main reasons I tuned Vegan. Just one thing I learnt about coconut/coconut milk, is that we shouldn’t cook it in direct heat. All the nutritional benefits are almost gone that way. Instead we could add the milk later and close the lid and let it cook in the remaining heat. Coconut has tremendous significance in our culture here in India and Ayurveda doesn’t recommend you cook it over direct heat.

  • This was fantastic! Loved everything about this video from the content and explanation and the editing. Looking forward to more!

  • I love your batch cooking videos! It has definitely inspired me to plan and cook ahead of time and has helped keep me and my family on track! ��

  • Thank you for sharing your knowledge of saving, cooking, & being minimalist. You inspire me so much to love simple life & enjoy life! Looking forward for more videos this coming 2020 year!����❤❤❤❤

  • Thanks for sharing your meal prep ideas. My favorite meal prep is Sloppy Joe. We cook 5lbs ground beef and use it for tacos, nachos and wraps. ����

  • Been watching but havent been able to figure out how to make this work with our crazy schedule. Have set out this week to try at least with lunch:) currently meal prepping brown rice blk bean burrito bowls for my lunch this week. Firgured id start small and see how it goes. I always try to make my lunch to save money but during the week it def gets busy and if i miss a night making lunch it def sets things off the next morning running late or i end up eating out. Excited to see how this works.:)

  • Hi I’ve been watching a few of your videos recently and I was wondering if you could show when and what you eat. I find myself always struggling to find a routine that doesn’t leave me bloated.

  • Tentei entender o máximo que eu consegui… pois não consigo colocar legenda em português ��.
    Mas parabéns pelo vídeo…. uma alimentação simples e ao mesmo tempo completa.
    Ah!!! Meta do ano: aprender inglês ��

  • Love this video! So inspiring! I’m going to try out the muffin recipe today. However, I am wonderinghow many muffins do you eat per day? I see the portion sizes of the other meals you make, and I don’t know if I could handle small meals like that. I would be ravishing just after one hour. I would probably have to eat like 3 muffins after a meal just to keep me satiated. Any tips on how you keep yourself full throughout the day?

  • can you vegan lovers just all STFU!!!! everyone can live their life as they want. with many stomach problems, vegan diet isn’t always the best thing to do! i bet she has her reason why she eats how she eats, its none of your business. Just enjoy the awesome work she puts into her videos or get out of here…srsly people nowadays make me sick..

  • Looks fantastic but… Doesn’t the avocado turn brown… I thought that you should eat the avocados fresh when you cut them after a while they turn brown…

  • I get more out of these tips rather than watching you cook. I need help with side dishes. Now that I went low carb, it’s hard. My husband and daughter don’t like cauliflower and my daughter doesn’t like almond flour. It’s been a real struggle. Any ideas?