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Fitness Minutes: (120) Posts: 9 8/7/11 6:13 P
PSP Inspired - anything that freezes well is great for batch cooking! cooked rice, cooked pasta, pasta sauces, chili, soups, stews, if you get a bunch of fresh veggies you won't use before they go bad - portion them out and freeze to use in stirfrys or things later. I always freeze fruit when it's about to go - because then I can make delicious smoothies when I have a craving for something sweet :)
Posts: 100 4/9/08 5:59 P
I would love some ideas for batch cooking if anyone has any.
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SW - 250 (before SP) SP SW - 241 10% GW - 217
current weight: 237.0
Posts: 10 2/18/08 8:26 P
Skip the bread you cut 110 to 250 Calories!
current weight: 154.3
Posts: 2,492 9/5/07 12:23 P
I have one -- If cooking at home, only prepare enough for the meal, no extras ( unless you are batch cooking for a few meals ) to help reduce waste and the possibility of over-eating.
current weight: 170.0
Posts: 14,753 8/31/07 8:23 A
Split your meal with your dining companion. Restaurant portions are the ultimate diet trap. Those pasta portions are often enough to feed a family of four. Save on cost and calories by splitting an entrée with your partner. Select a dish that appeals to both of you and have the server bring it out on two separate plates. Size up the portions and put any extra in a to-go container.
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