Do you have a kitchen or cooking secret that saves time, calories or clean up?
After removing the pot from the stove let it cool for a couple of minutes to let the fat settle on top. Wrap a few ice cubes in a cloth and draw it across the stew/soup the fat will congeal on to the cloth and can be easily removed.
Do your best to cook your meals at home. It is so much healthier and as a bonus you save money$$$. You know exactly what ingredients you put in your food!
When baking, I use applesauce instead of oil. I get the packs of individual sized applesauce so that I don't waste opening a can or jar and the rest goes bad. YUM!
I try adding a salad in with lunch its a great fiber and also fills you up faster tooo so you dont want to pick
I like to cook several meals/items on Sunday's which I can tupperware up for the rest of the week. This helps me meal plan my lunches at work and dinners during the week.
I feel like I save time and money.
I eat at least one bunch of steamed spring greens like kale, collards, stinging nettles etc, each day. This time of the year market fresh greens are sweet and delicious.
I use it as a substitute for sour cream. Great in baked potatoes!
The right seasons are extremely important for making a dish taste delicious! Skimp on the salt and add spices and you've got a wonderful mouth-watering delight.
I make my own greek yogurt by purchasing whatever skim milk yogurt without gelatin is on sale. I use the basket type coffee filters and a strainer to drain it 3 or 4 hours.