Recently, the risk of meeting an infected person and going into quarantine has been increasing. This isolation lasts for 10 days and although you may feel great, you can still be infectious. In this case, you won’t be able to go to the shops for a while and you will appreciate having a good supply of different types of food at home.
Preparation is key
You’ll do best if you buy a certain amount of foods with a long shelf life. Of course, don’t stock up like the world is expecting nuclear war. You can still have a delivery service or someone close to you introduce the purchase. However, it’s better if you don’t have to deal with that possibility at all. You can put a lot of food in the freezer these days. Even so, you’ll probably learn towards the end of your quarantine that you can cook a good lunch with very few ingredients.
Finally Time to Eat Healthy
If a situation arises where you have to stay at home isolated from society, use it as a time when you can finally learn to eat a varied and balanced diet. Ideally, divide your food into pulses and cereals and try to rotate these ingredients regularly. At the same time, you can set aside days when you limit meat. Scientists and healthy eating experts say it is ideal to include fish in your diet at least one day a week.
Choose what you like
From the bulk products, you should mainly include rice, pasta and flour in your stockpile. But you can also add beans, chickpeas, peas, lentils, barley, oats, buckwheat, bulgur, couscous, groats, amaranth or even mung beans. When you get tired of pasta, you’ll suddenly have more to choose from. Consider your cooking skills and choose your food accordingly, because unwrapped packages of food are not good for anything either.
A word of advice! Don’t forget to buy a few little things that are guaranteed to make your day:
- some sweets,
- coffee and tea,
- minerals and juices.