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    Freezer Cooking

    I'm starting graduate school in less than a month and I'm looking for ways to save time and money with cooking. I've been reading a bit about freezer cooking or "Once a Month Cooking." Has anyone ever done this? How did it work? Any single people ever try it? Thanks.

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    Hi Moergy, I did freezer cooking for most of the last year. I am also a grad student (though not for much longer... wha haha!). I'm not single, but my husband travels all the time, so I mostly cook just for myself, which is why the freezer cooking worked so well for me. I found it impossible to motivate myself to cook just for myself.
    I recommend doing casseroles and stews especially-- they freeze best. what kind of questions do you have? I'm a huge fan of it and I'd be happy to tell you more... : )

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    I'd be happy to... what do you what to know?

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    me too!

    Ooh I am flashing back to that scene in Steel Magnolias where the woman says she wants to cook something from the "Freezes Beautifully" section of the cookbook.

    Anyway, a good friend of mine is having a baby in about a week and all the ladies from church take turns bringing her a meal. I am so excited that I just bought a new casserole dish. But I am new to cooking/baking, so I have no cookbook and thus no "Freezes Beautifully" section.

    I would love to see some simple (for a beginner like me) recipes that include some healthy and yummy ingredients. In general, I think the fewer the ingredients the better, but I'd love to see some of your fav recipes.

    Thanks!!


 

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