Hi all, I have a good quality airtight container designed specifically for keeping veg fresh that is one of my favourite tools in eating healthy.
In it I put a working week's worth of prepared veg that can be eaten either as salad or cooked. This includes things like:
whole: baby spinach leaves, snow peas, beans, cherry tomatoes, mushrooms, baby corn
florets of broccoli,
sliced: carrot, celery, capsicum, purple or green cabbage, spring onion (or shallots/green onion depending on where you come from)
Then, no matter what I am eating, the veg are ready to go so I'm not put off by all the peeling and chopping. I'll toss them into a casserole dish with a lean protein and maybe some fresh herbs, stir fry them with chilli and tofu, put it on the dinner table as a salad with a vinegar or lemonjuice, steam them, put them in a wrap for lunch, use it as an omlette filling for weekend brunch, make a pressed toasted sandwich, toss into some foil with a piece of fish for bbqing etc etc.
I never seem to use the same combo of veggies and I always add something different to it each night of the week so it doesn't feel repititious and I never am too tired to add veg to my meal.