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2/18/20 5:08 P

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I tend to not do big batch cooking, but rather only buy what I plan on making for the next week to 10 days. It means an extra trip to the grocery store each month, but the small extra effort means I save quite a bit on food I DON’T throw out. (The exception to this is soup or chili. I am constitutionally incapable of making a small pot of soup or chili. LOL)

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2/18/20 2:24 P

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Buy food planning to cook, get distracted, forget about food, stuff to back of fridge, wonder what "that smell" is, dig out food and throw away. I'm trying to break this economic and time killing cycle!!

Does anyone have any tips on better planning for food prep? I'll share mine if you share yours...

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