Kristin McNealus, a physical therapist gives the following advice for preparing meals as a person who has a disability:
Packaged Freshly Cut Fruits and Vegetables
Using packaged freshly cut fruits and vegetables can make meal prep a little faster, while being a more accessible option as opposed to using a knife.
There are pre-cooked microwaveable meal options that are healthier than others.
Electric Frying Pan or Griddle
If you have difficulty getting to your stove, an electric frying pan or griddle is a great accessible option for cooking.
Kristin shows a reusable container that is easily accessible for those with limited hand function.
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