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5/2/17 8:36 A

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I live with my fiance but we have totally different eating schedules, so I often cook for just me.

I buy only what I need - I buy pre-cooked chicken (fresh & frozen) because it is easier for me to quick heat something up. It might be "cheaper" to buy raw chicken, but if I don't have the inclination to cook something, take out starts looking like a good option & that is definitely more expensive.

I freeze chopped carrots/celery/onions/peppers & those help with quick meal making.

I like the pre-cooked chicken sausages, too. Those make an easy meal. I also eat a lot of eggs & avocado.

Since it is very warm here, I eat overnight oats for breakfast & salad with protein for lunch. When it is colder, I make a huge pot of soup on the weekend & freeze it in individual portions. Then I can mix/match depending on the mood I am in.



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4/26/17 7:01 P

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My freezer is my best tool. I take out only what I need.
I loved the idea of thinking 3 uses for each food item.
I try to shop with a menu and list but I always end up wanting something else.
Luckily I live in AZ and things thaw quickly.
I am going to try this 3 uses idea. emoticon



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You might want to try portion containers like this one:
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i have a binder of tried and true recipes and only eat from that. As I go through the week I keep a list of needed food items on my phone and update as I use the food from the pantry. I don't focus on just small servings meals because I can freeze and reheat later in the week. I'm not sure a particular recipe or meal planning ap is the solution since everyone is so different.

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What meal planning app would help me ? I can not seem to focus and plan out a weeks meals . I stood in the grocery store with my cooking light diet list yesterday but with how crowded it was and not being able to find things... I gave up.

I signed up for the cooking light diet which sends meal plans by the week. I just couldn't get it together !!

someone mentioned 'eat this much' ? suggestions so appreciated

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Lite Greek yogurt
Turkey Sausage Links
Strawberries
Blueberries
Blackberries
Celery
Carrots
Eggs
Chicken
Frozen Veggies: Brussel Sprouts, Broccoli, Cauliflour, Mixed Veggies
Low Carb Flat Outs
Low Carb Bread
Popcorn
Protein Bars
Sugar Free Jello
Dream Whip
Sometimes 1% Milk
Cheese
PB2 and real peanut butter
Spices
Decaf coffee
Tea bags

In the pantry I always keep home canned veggies, low sugar oatmeal, nuts, Beans(both dry and canned), condiments, rice, graham crackers.

Along with my meats, frozen veggies, fruits and breads, I also keep some healthy frozen meals like Healthy Choice or things from Schwan's.

I can't bring chips or sweets into my house, as I can't stop at just 1 serving.



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4/20/17 7:30 P

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I switched from regular milk to almond milk. Mostly for health but also because it keeps longer. I stopped buying bananas much as they often got over ripe before I could eat them and I don't bake sugary treats anymore. I like buying bulk chicken breast or tenders. I then repackage them into single servings and freeze. I buy frozen berries for smoothies. I like keeping sweet potatoes and squash on hand. And, I buy a lot of carrots as I juice them. Same with cucumbers and celery...those I use to Juice for a green base for smoothies.

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I never put anything into my basket unless I can think of three uses for it. I am not someone who can plan out a week of meals and stick to it, so readily having options available helps. I also try and evaluate what's in my fridge every few days. This helps me use up things like berries that spoil by knowing that they are in there and not buying apples on top of the berries that I need to use up. I keep plenty of frozen fruits and vegetables on hand, so I often try to push out my grocery shopping an extra day or two to use up what I have.

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I shop once a week and make sure I buy what I will eat.
celery, carrots, cucumber, peppers, mushrooms, tomatoes,etc.
I get 2 --1/2 gal.of skim milk and usually 6 greek yogurt.
Apples, navel oranges, grapes, blueberries (right now I get the frozen ones, Cascadian farms) and maybe 1 banana.
I get the ingredients needed to make 1 recipe that can be made and freeze some portions for another time. (dinner meals)

breakfast and lunch are easy meals for me. Either oatmeal and fruit----or scrambled egg (or egg whites) with fruit and toast. I always have these on hand.


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Speaking about diary going bad. I stopped buying milk not because I'm lactose intolerant or because any hormones. I stopped buying milk because I could never finish off a quart in a week. I'd have cereal for breakfast or occasionally dinner if I was too tired to cook. But it always seemed like I could never finish the quart.

These days, I buy almond milk for my cereal or smoothies. Almond milk will keep for a good couple of weeks once it has been opened. That saves me money and I'm not wasting milk. I hated buying the single serving milks because the price was higher than a quart at $1.59 or higher.


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I don't live close to stores, so I know I waste too much of my fresh produce, but I have been buying small bags of spinach and romaine lettuce these days and I get most of it eaten. I also have learned to share with my friends and sister a lot. I also make things in my slow cooker and then freeze the remainder after I have eaten it a couple of days.

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4/16/17 8:24 P

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I am bad about overbuying fruits and vegies. They all look so GOOD. I have found that I waste less when I buy salad fixings from the grocery store's salad bar area. More expensive per pound, but I only get what I can eat, so I feel like it saves in the end. I also cook the regular portion of anything I think will freeze, eat one portion, and store the rest in individual servings in the freezer. Saves that last minute fast food run when I don't feel like cooking.

Also, if you have a place for a small raised garden or a terrace garden in pots, that is a great way to get fresh vegies. Remember, you aren't planting to feed the entire neighborhood, so plant just a few of anything. Right now I have kale, lettuce and spinach, with collards coming on soon, and snow peas and sweet peas soon to follow. Most of the rest can't be planted outside until May here. Check the seed package for your "zone," and act accordingly. Questions about gardening? Call your local master gardener people, or ask someone at the farmer's market, or find a little local nursery. They will know, and be glad to share their knowledge. Farm your yard!

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I am fortunate to have a few farm stands within walking distance from me. I buy my dairy and stuff I cannot get nearby and hope they last at least 2 weeks. I plan ahead on Friday night or Saturday morning and get fresh produce thru Tuesday or Wednesday. I grab the next batch of produce on Tuesday or Wednesday night on my way home. The fact that I ride my bike or walk helps limit how much I buy at any given time. I save money and have less waste this way! I am fortunate to live in Jamaica so there is always a multitude of fresh produce, sadly organic is not a thing here, so I just hope for the best on that.


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Fruits and veggies for a week. Chicken, fish, lean pork, some beef as needed - I cut it all up and repackage in serving portions and freeze. Dry goods - whole grain pasta, couscous, and brown rice as needed. Bread as needed (repackaged by the slice for freezer). Plain Greek yogurt, milk, cheese as needed. Greatest new find: Sosi's Armenian Yogurt Dip - four tasty flavors, 'good' ingredients, 1 tbsp dip + 1 tbsp plain yogurt is great on a small baked potato, on fish or chicken or pork. 1 tbsp + 1/2 tsp olive oil makes for a great salad dressing. And you can slather a tbsp on your raw veggies. Grateful to have found something to tart up food without too many calories and with 'whole' ingredients.

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Here's something I've learned about buying fresh fruits and veggies that has helped me decrease waste. I only buy what I can eat in 5-7 days. Not including items like onions, potatoes or squash (which will keep for a long time), I will only buy the fruit/veggies I know I will eat in a week. If I buy a tub of salad greens, it's because I know I will be eating salads for the week. I wont buy what I wont eat.

Any fruit and veggie that might go bad, I put out for compost.

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I plan out my week's meals and snacks using eatthismuch.com and that same site creates me a shopping list.

I then plug that list into hannaford to go......they pick and pack my groceries and I swing by to pick them up.

That way I have just what I need to eat smart for the week and there is zero chance I do any ill-advised impulse purchases in the candy isle ; )



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There are two of us but I seem to throw out about as much as I use when it comes to produce. Since the concussion, most days when I get home from work, I am fried and only want to collapse. That produce I bought on a day when I felt good slowly shrivels while I eat cheese and crackers.

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Veggies are always on the go-to: avocados, cucumbers, tomatoes, lettuce, etc.

The biggest thing I do is meal plan. That way I can ONLY buy what I need for the week.

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I always make out a grocery list and STICK to it. I do NOT need to buy big bags of thing,,,, of course they'd be SPOIL. Thats my BIGGEST help. I have various cook books for a family of 2 which i sooo helpful and YUMMY !!

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4/9/17 7:47 A

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Sounds like everyone stocks up on the same things! I plan out all of my meals and snacks before shopping. That way I'm not stuck with a lot of rotting food in my fridge. I buy only what I've planned on using. If something is on sale and it's a good buy I'll alter my plans. The things I can't live without are: plain non-fat Greek yogurt (I mix it with vanilla and sweetener for an evening snack), 50 cal. chicken or turkey pepperettes (my go-to morning snack), shredded nacho cheese (light version, of course) and egg whites. I stay away from peanut butter as much as possible and instead, I buy PB2. I always have a 0-point soup in the fridge too, made with canned tomatoes, cabbage and whatever other veggies and spices I choose for the day.



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I have a favorite cookbook (Glorious One Pot Meals) that I use a lot. Each meal makes two or 3 servings, so I have leftovers the next day. It is easy to vary the recipe's veggies (or the protein, or the starch) to eat what you like.

I also make a lot of soup with leftovers from a rotisserie chicken -- i.e., eat the chicken for 2 meals, then use it as a condiment (Chinese chicken salad or other), then stew the carcass and remaining meat for a big pot of soup (I like Thai green curry chicken soup, or North African groundnut soup, or Mexican taco soup). I freeze much of the soup in smaller containers.

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Plenty of eggs and cheese

I started out with nowt and I've still got most of it.

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I shop the outside edges of the grocery store...lol...dairy, fish, chicken, pork, produce, grains. I purchase mainly 'whole' foods.

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my fridge looks bare with exception of coffee, decaf, plain seltzer, condiments and eggs & cheese, raw nuts, skim milk, yogurt....but open my freezer...kappow! I live out of my freezer - veggies, fruits (frozen banana-peeled & halved for easy smoothies) fish, chicken(both already boned and skinned ready to cook) lima beans, sliced bread (use toaster)
And in pantry closet I stock brown rice, quinoa, popcorn for air popper, canned beans, canned no salt tomato, olive oil, canola oil, peanut butter, and lots of spices for flavor experiments

I'm doomed when I buy frozen pizza or ice cream- cuz I won't save any- I'll eat what I got in one sitting....that's why I have a weight problem: pizza ice cream

on the flip side, that's also true with pound bag of veggies- a favorite daily meal is one bag veggie, 1/4 dry rice, serving fish or chicken + 1 tablespoon oil add enough water to bring to a boil then cover & simmer 50 minutes- turn off heat and spice it up last

I like that single gal's meal cuz nothing needs to be defrosted or prepared in advance. Sometimes it's quinoa instead of rice... sometimes a lot of water, sometimes just enough to not burn- my food groups are covered and usually the caloric tally is only 550 for this one person meal.
it's a perfect meal if you like a lot of food & feeling full

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I buy fresh fruit (whatever is on sale), fresh salad, fresh vegetables (whatever is on sale). Brown rice, garbanzo beans, rice cakes, salmon and tuna (when a sale is running), boneless chicken, ground turkey, oatmeal, eggs, frozen fruit and vegetables. Sometime I get a box of pasta. When boneless chicken isn't on sale, I get the chicken with the skin and just cut away all the skin.

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I also take advantage of sales and coupons when I find them. To save money, buy store brand instead of name brand. I've found many store brands are just as good if not better than some name brands. keep in mind that when you buy a name brand, you're paying for more the advertising than the item.

For my staples (not including fresh fruit and veggies which I buy on sale), I buy pasta, rice, canned tomatoes, canned beans, pickles, peanut butter, butter, eggs, hummus, almond milk (It may cost more, but it keeps better than milk), yogurt, cheese, frozen veggies, salsa, chicken thighs (cheaper when you buy with the skin) and whatever pork/ham has been marked as a managers special.

Look for manager's specials in the meat section. It can vary from day to day and what's available. If the ham isn't moving, they'll mark it as a special. Same with other products. I always hunt for the mark downs.

Eggs and salsa can be turned into a quick tasty hoevos rancheros breakfast. My local market basket sells a good sized bag of corn or flour tortillas for about a $1.99. Toast a corn tortilla over the flame, add salsa, shredded chicken, romaine lettuce and a little cheese for your own soft shell taco.

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I'm still trying to figure it out.... But I found this "list" a few months ago and found it very helpful:
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When I was single for about a decade, I really didn't change the way I shopped or cooked. I bought smaller sizes of milk, cottage cheese and eggs, and smaller quantities of veggies. (My ex and my son could go through a gallon of milk a day..!)) But meat, cheese...they keep and I bought the same. Cook and enjoy two or even three good nights of dinners or Freeze; or portion out meat before cooking and freeze.... I enjoyed healthy leftovers for lunch every day too.

I still used the same recipes for the most part too.... I certainly never went to the "single serving prepared foods"--Yuck!!
patti

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I take advantage of the sales and buy chicken thighs, chicken breasts, frozen fish (prepackaged individual sizes), varieties of frozen veggies in bags, canned beans, canned diced tomatoes, greek yogurt, canned broth or stock, and fresh fruit that is on sale. If I feel like having salad, I will hit the salad bar at the grocery or I will buy a bag of greens. I have a large assortment of small airtight containers so that when I open a can I save it (or freeze it) for later use. Chicken is very versatile so I can roast it and use it in a variety of dishes later...or I will make a special recipe and freeze the additional portions for later. Because the fish I buy is individually wrapped in plastic, I can defrost it quickly and cook my veggies with it in some broth. I don't buy potatoes often but I will take a batch, then quarter and roast them, and store them in an airtight container. My way of cooking saves me a ton of time without sacrificing on flavor. Taking advantage of the sales (which usually means buying the family size packages) just means I have to take a few minutes extra to portion it out before freezing.

One of the best investments I made years ago was buying a small 3 qt size pressure cooker by WMF (Amazon.com). It saves me a lot of time making soups and stews during the cool weather without having to eat the same thing forever. I never really got used to my slow cooker...but my pressure cooker acts like an instant pot.

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I make sure to have an easy protein snack on hand...a good protein bar and skim milk string cheese are staples in my house...

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Fresh--salad stuff, eggs, chicken, smoked salmon, two kinds of fruit, plain yogurt, milk, sometimes bread, buns or tortillas of some sort.

Pantry--canned or dried black beans and chickpeas, canned tuna, lentils, frozen veggies like broccoli and spinach, frozen salmon or tuna fillets, coffee, tea, lemons, olive oil, crackers, brown rice, pasta, muesli, dried fruit, all sorts of mustards and hot sauces and other condiments that make boring things taste interesting. Wine.

I eat plain yogurt with muesli and fruit every morning for breakfast. Weekday lunch is usually leftovers from the night before. Dinner is almost always a protein, a big salad and some sort of starch, although occasionally it's a grilled cheese sandwich if I'm feeling lazy.

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I need to clean out the unhealthy foods and replace with some good food. I reduced eating to the recommended amounts of foods such as peanuts. Freezing some fruit and vegetables such has grapes and green peppers helps extend them.
I have been blending apples, bananas, low-fat strawberry yogurt, and red seedless grapes. That has been my dinner for the last four days The old advice eat less move more to lose weight is helpful, but you need the fuel of eating healthy in order to move. It's tough to buy the right ingredients to eating healthy without wasting food.
What is on your eating healthy single person grocery list?


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