A Fast And Easy Way To Eat Healthy Every Night Of The Week
Stress-free so you can get back to everything else you have to do.
It's never been more trendy...I mean...important to eat healthy and organic, except it's also never been more easily said than done. Everyday we're hustlin', running around between class/office, friends, family, functions, activities, and whatever else life throws at us, which can sometimes make it difficult to stay on top of our nutritional goals. The last thing you want to do after a long day is come home and prepare a meal, you know, one that doesn't involve macaroni, cheese and hot dogs thawing in the sink.
Well there is a better, more delicious way to get you fed quickly and easily. It comes in the form of Otago Airtight Food. A guarded secret by many of the world's best chefs for years, Otago Airtight Food uses sous-vide cooking, a foolproof method that eliminates guesswork and lets anyone cook gourmet foods with amazing taste and perfect texture every time.
All you have to do is drop the vaccum-sealed pouch into boiling water for seven minutes and you get to maximum flavour town with even cooking throughout and maximum moisture. Perfect for when you get home after work and you just feel like relaxing, or even to make your camping trip a whole lot tastier.
Michelin-trained Chef Vaughan Chittock and his business partner, Dan Wise, started Otago Airtight Food to make this ingenious and time-saving technique easily accessible to the masses. The new no muss-no fuss food brand offers a variety of recipes made exclusively with real food and no preservatives or nasty additives. Only fresh ingredients, locally sourced when possible, so you know exactly what you're putting in your body. Best part is, prepare multiple dishes all at the same time and there's no cleanup.
Order your favourite meals online and pick them up Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at any one of Otago's pickup locations all over the city. Eat delicious, healthy meals stress-free, and can get back to the million and one other things you have to do. No quick-fix for that yet, unfortunately.