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SANDRAREGINA Posts: 564
2/11/12 11:19 P

I make a lot of omelettes. Seriously, I love eggs, and its super easy to mix up one egg with some veggies and a sprinkle of cheese.


OLDOLGA Posts: 191
2/11/12 3:41 A

I love leftovers for lunch or freeze them. Soups or stews always seem better as leftovers.

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2/10/12 2:35 P

I do the same thing. I consider it an advantage that I'm only cooking for 1. I cook recipes of 4-8 and eat them over the week and freeze leftovers. I think it's been the key to my success. I make one dish for lunch for the week and put it in containers. I might spend a few hours cooking on Sunday but I don't have to think about lunch again for another week!

MSGNOME Posts: 555
2/10/12 1:23 P

I just make normal recipes that feed 4 people, and either eat it for 4 meals in a row, or freeze the extras.

KELEKONA Posts: 605
2/9/12 8:11 A

Scale the recipe as much as possible, or find the spirit of the recipe and follow that. Also, there isn't much wrong with eating something four times if it is good.


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2/8/12 11:26 A

I always find recipes that look absolutely amazing, but I stop myself from making them because they always make so many servings! Sometimes I can work with it if the leftovers are freezable, but otherwise the food just goes to waste. Does anyone else have this problem, and if so, what do you normally do?

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