Spice Blends That Add Flavor to Your Boring Meal Prep Lunches
A super flavorful spread of za’atar, olive oil, and sesame seeds, Zesty Z works on sandwiches or salads, with cheese and fruit—the options are endless.
($30 for three 8 oz. jars; directeats.com)
Veggies' Best Bud
Urban Accents Asian Curry & Honey Veggie Roaster is made specifically for your no-meat meals. Honey, cumin, red pepper, peppercorns, sugar, onions and spices bring out the natural complex richness in your garden eats.
Your new desk-drawer essential: the Hamptons Salt Company Flavor Seeker Collection. This set of five mini jars includes seasoned salts like Black Truffle, Smoked Hickory, and Ghost Pepper—all equally happy on any dish you're devouring. (FYI, your doctor might want you to eat more salt if you have this common condition.)
The RawSpiceBar Monthly Flavor Kit sends you three mixes in the mail every 30 days. You’ll be introduced to flavors from a variety of places, including Germany, India, and western Africa, plus cooking techniques and recipes.
(From $7 a month; rawspicebar.com)
Hot and Crunchy
Adding granola with savory spices instead of sweet flavors is a fresh way to invigorate your lunch. Sprinkle Bad Seed Chili Granola—packed with three types of chili powder—on your salad, yogurt, or avocado toast.