Buy a steamer, it cuts down your cooking time, it's easy, healthy, and delicious. The best kind are the metal inserts that fit into a large "boiling" pan. I keep frozen chicken, fish, and freeze fresh veggies. When I get hungry, I just boil a little water and steam food right out of the freezer.
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Keep Toss Salad Fresh Longer Use A Silicon Veggie Steamer
I make a big bowl of toss salad and store the left overs in a bowl that has a silicon steamer pressed into the bottom. The steamer I have has little silicon legs so any water that drips off of the salad ends up below the steamer and the leaves stay fresh longer.
Since the steamer is flexible it can be squished into a variety of different size bowls.
I got a steamer,its the only kitchen appliance I use every day.I cook everything in my steamer,fish,chicken and vegetables are great done in the steamer,20 minutes or less with the turn of the 'on' button and I have a lovely dinner ready.best of all its one of the healthiest ways to cook,no oil!
you can add any herbs or spices or flavorings in the bottom of the steamer,steamed lemon chicken is lovely!
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