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SKIZZLEDANNI Posts: 1,571
6/12/12 5:44 P

I buy the large pkg. at the grocery. I save on the price of chicken breasts that way. I trim them all at once. Cook them in low fat low sodium bullion until done and freeze in small single plasttic bags or wrap and freeze. I take one or more out and defrost in fridge to use for dinner. The little pieces of good white chicken meat I trimmed off the chicken breasts, I save and freeze for making soup.

__STEPHANIE Posts: 58
6/12/12 5:20 P

i cook 5 days worth (approx 25 oz) all at once. i keep 2 portions in the fridge and freeze the rest. then just take out the next days portion to left it thaw overnight. Stays good longer in the freezer emoticon

CHANNDREWS22 Posts: 11
6/12/12 5:02 P

Okay so I'm new to cooking. While I do know how to bake chicken breast I am wondering if I can make a batch for the entire week and just reheat it as I need it or is it best to make it as I go?

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