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  • v JERZGURL_NAN
    Appreciate your comment on my One Step @ A Time blog - glad you were inspired - your post encouraged me as well.
    Have a great week!!
    1709 days ago
  • v CATALPASTAR
    Thanks for stopping by my blog! I appreciate the hand sign. :)
    1738 days ago
  • v ANGELFMABV
    Thank you for stopping by my blog today! It is a wonderful site to see all the visitors and supporters.

    Have a great evening.

    Luv n Hugz, Penny
    1743 days ago
  • v TOSTAYHEALTHY
    Thanks for the encouragement. It helps believe me. Have a great day! ☺
    1766 days ago
  • v -POOKIE-
    One way to get started on a stock of freezer meals is to simply cook extra of everyday meals that freeze ok, like chili, curry, stews, casseroles etc. It doesn't take much longer to chop some extra ingredients, takes no longer to cook it, but will save you a whole meals prep in the future.

    Thats what I do a lot, there are only 2 adults and a toddler eating, so I cook something that feeds 6 adults and freeze 4 portions.

    Or set aside a time to batch cook large volumes, I did that recently and got I think 14 portions chili for the freezer, use my food processor to chop the veg.

    Once you get going, things add up. Just keep adding, but keep a list where you can see it of what you have.

    Oh and last BIG tip, ebay or amazon or similar and bulk buy a batch of matching plastic tubs, that stack, and throw away all those odd lids and tubs that jut frustrate you! I bought oblong flat tubs that you get takeaway in here in the UK, that way they stack properly in the freezer and no time wasted scrabbling for fitting lids or tubs, or wasting if a lid gets cracked.

    (if you don't mind I think I'll take this post into a blog to share with others, its turned out rather long!)
    1771 days ago
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