I am extremely busy, but extremely sedentary. Because of time constraints I generally eat twice a day (with some snacking). And I don't really cook anymore - that is, I don't get into it, plan out recipes and meals and take my time and pleasure in doing so. I am looking for a way to quickly and easy incorporate dark green leafy vegetables (this is one group I am missing these days). It doesn't matter if it's breakfast, in fact I'd almost prefer it is breakfast, since this is probably my largest meal which I eat mid-morning. For breakfast, I've gotten into routines where I eat a baked potato with egg and bacon or sausage or anything else I find to fill it with. The main goal with this meal is: get me full and decently nutritioned, if that is a word.
There's cleaning, drying, and chopping at the start with these vegetables, so that much I accept and am willing to do, but otherwise, not too much in the way of doctoring etc... I love a baked potato and onions and garlic. I've thrown chopped kale in there with it a few times and cheese - probably far too often, and that (kale) was ok, but if anyone has anything else that's even more delicious to recommend, I would appreciate knowing.
Also for the evening meal, I have eaten LOTS of broccoli. It's a good source of nutrition (fiber, C, K). But I'm willing to branch out and try other things, but that are similarly easy. Again, I understand there's "up front" work with the dark green leafies.