너무 맛있어요! #delicious  today’s dinner courtesy made by my boyfriend while the #kimchi made by his aunt #yummy #Korean  #food  #foodporn  #instafood  #koreanpancakes #tofu #vegan

너무 맛있어요! #delicious today’s dinner courtesy made by my boyfriend while the #kimchi made by his aunt #yummy #Korean #food #foodporn #instafood #koreanpancakes #tofu #vegan

#blueberries picking #blueberry  #summer #solo #fun #fruits #food #nature (at Terhune Orchards)

#blueberries picking #blueberry #summer #solo #fun #fruits #food #nature (at Terhune Orchards)

gifts you can receive from someone is the gift of a home-cooked meal. So why not give that gift to yourself, by making a large freezable meal that you can divvy up into single portions to heat and eat at a later time? By freezing a larger meal instead of just keeping it in your fridge, you won’t be stuck eating it over and over again. You can find freezable food-storage containers for single-serving portions at most supermarkets and home stores. Don’t Miss: Healthy Freezer-Friendly Recipes 6. Cook once, eat all week Invest in a whole chicken, ham or even pot roast. Yes, that’s a lot of food for one person, and it takes some time to make these recipes, but the beauty of cooking up a large amount of meat is that you can use it over the course of a few days and it can be something different every time (and you can freeze some for later use too!). A whole chicken becomes chicken salad on Monday, then a chicken taco on Tuesday. A pot roast can get sliced thinly and used in a wrap one day, then chopped up and added to soup the next. Just make sure you don’t go too big: you don’t want to store meat in your fridge for more than 3 or 4 days. If you’re having trouble getting through it all, put it in your freezer and use it later. Try It: Recipes for Leftover Chicken and Turkey TAGS: Hilary Meyer, Food Blog, Budget meals, Cooking tips, Dinner Hilary Meyer EatingWell Associate Food Editor Hilary Meyer spends much of her time in the EatingWell Test Kitchen, testing and developing healthy recipes. She is a graduate of New England Culinary Institute. Related Links: 6 Common Myths About Freezing Foods Recent blog posts 4 New & Genius Ways to Enjoy Tofu (0 comments) Stock these healthy foods to eat clean (3 comments) Which Is Healthier: Greek Yogurt or Regular Yogurt? (17 comments) Our Picks for the Best Healthy Pasta Sauces (1 comments) 6 New and Genius Ways to Use Your Muffin Tin (5 comments) comments (1) | login to save | print | share + Tell us what you think: Comment: *

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My lunch for tomorrow and for Friday… yummy #Korean #food #vegetarian #japchae

My lunch for tomorrow and for Friday… yummy #Korean #food #vegetarian #japchae

#Homemade #kimchi  lets see how this turns out. What is the brine? #foodporn  #food #fail?

#Homemade #kimchi lets see how this turns out. What is the brine? #foodporn #food #fail?

Quick vegan or vegetarian recipes?

I am looking for recipes that perfect to have for leftovers to take for lunch? Any ideas?

My Birthday dinner at #VedgeRestaurant #excellent and #delicious  #food #vegan #Philly #Philadelpia #Vedge

My Birthday dinner at #VedgeRestaurant #excellent and #delicious #food #vegan #Philly #Philadelpia #Vedge

#Korean #food     #떡볶이  #instafood #foodporn  #tteokbokki  #Vegetarian

#Korean #food #떡볶이 #instafood #foodporn #tteokbokki #Vegetarian

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