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    Default Re: Cooking up a storm

    Since it's just my husband and I now, it was hard to cut back on sizes. SO, I still cook as I normally did and freeze the extra in individual size containers. We have a big choice of many different varieties. Has come in handy so many times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amartin24 View Post
    Lorie, I found this recipe and love how the chicken turns out - juicy and a touch of spice. I do this once a week and use the chicken for salads or tacos, recipes.....http://www.yellowblissroad.com/baked-chicken-breasts/
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    Alina, that recipe looks wonderful. Thanks for that link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amartin24 View Post
    Lorie, I found this recipe and love how the chicken turns out - juicy and a touch of spice. I do this once a week and use the chicken for salads or tacos, recipes.....http://www.yellowblissroad.com/baked-chicken-breasts/
    That sounds like a great start! I was freezing breasts in my vacuum sealer. Sounds easy enough to take one out in the morning to thaw out, but I never end up cooking it!



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    Default Re: Cooking up a storm

    I used to freeze more meals than I do now. Like Shirley, in the winter I do more cooking than in the summer. I use my crockpot in the summer for the majority of any meals that are going to be hot. With the exception of breakfast. Every morning I have a big breakfast including eggs. But in the heat of the summer I crave more greens and fruits.

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    It depends on the recipe. Some recipes I use my wok so it's also easy clean up.

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    Default Re: Cooking up a storm

    I've just started doing this as well. Too many evenings found myself with nothing made, oops! But, there are still 5 of us, so I have to cook extra large if I want some to freeze.

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