Great article. I have often thought of freezing dinner leftovers but generally put in the fridge in a seal tite container for eating the next day. I have become more portion concious since I really want to lose the weight.
1. A relative makes vegetable lasagna. Any pan leftover is frozen as individual portions that can be oven heated for a single meal anytime.
2. Meats and fish that come home from the market are cut and wrapped in 'freezer tite' (Dollar store) in 3-4 oz portions.
3. When I boil meat w/ vegetables for lunch, I make low calorie soup for dinner from the broth. Usually I cool the broth, do a quick fridge 2+ hours to skim off the trans fat that solidify.
4. Vegetable broth and fish broth are my water glass replacements with the meal. Broccoli juice (as I call it) is very refreshing.
- 1/30/2011 10:30:13 AM