It’s 5 p.m. and you haven’t given dinner a thought. What can you throw together?
The neighbor just called. Suzie, the young mother down the street, just had her second baby. The neighbors are organizing meals this week. Could you provide a meal tomorrow evening?
A new family just moved in across the street. You’d love to go meet them, but you’d really like to bake them something first. You don’t really have the time to today, though. What do you do?
If you’re like me you’ve probably found yourself in one or more of the above situations. It wasn’t until I discovered “Once a Month Cooking” that I found an easy way to solve each challenge. Freezer meals have not only changed the way I prepare meals for my family, but they have also been part of our “living with less” strategy saving us hundreds of dollars each month.
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