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Cooking while I'm at work isn't really a good option for me unless there are different cook times out there... Are there recipes for 9-16 hour cook times out there? Usually the most time I've seen is 8 maybe a few 10s, however very soon here I'll be working the 12-16 hours (with commute)...
I look forward to learning a lot from this team. Thanks for responding everyone.
i do not like anything cooking while i am sleeping. i cook on weekends and freeze.
I do a fair amount of crock-pot cooking, especially for meat prep. Most of our recipes are designed to be prepared quickly and with a minimum number of ingredients, so a crockpot really comes in handy.
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I use my crockpot while I'm at work. It is SO nice to come home to a hot dinner! I also make batches and freeze, but I have a small freezer so I can't do that as much as I'd like.
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Hello I'm new. I'm very busy in general and my life will be coming so much more busier this year than ever before (12 hour work days will be coming up!).
I was wondering when people normally slowcook (while work, on weekends, while sleeping)? I also am curious what other fast meals / easy methods of cooking do people (or this team) use?
I've been trying all sorts of things to get into practice before my schedule gets even more tight so I'd love to hear from you and I look forward to getting more ideas from this team!
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