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At 8:56 am on The 8 restaurant-inspired secrets to making meals without making leftovers, teddybErin said:
Lemon juice and zest are always one of the most annoying ingredients to me. Maybe I should just...
At 8:40 am on The 8 restaurant-inspired secrets to making meals without making leftovers, PurpleButterfly said:
Excellent advice! We also freeze half of the big batch meals (chili, stew, enchiladas, lasagna)...
At 8:23 am on The 8 restaurant-inspired secrets to making meals without making leftovers, probablyreading said:
This is absolutely brilliant advice! Cooking from scratch every day seems less daunting now. ...
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