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quite new to me this, but it makes sense.  if you find you cook a certain meal that non of the rest of the family eat, then after you have bought it from the supermarket, split it up before freezing

For example, i buy the tesco mince and even a small packet, is too much becuase you add lots to it for the No Spag Bol.  so i take it out of the packet and divide in half, then i have my portions all ready.

I do the same with pork chops, i can’t eat four pork chops, so divide it up and freeze, that way when it coes to defrosting, you aren’t pondering on how you are going to eat it all, whether you can cajole your partner to eat some, or whether you will have to throw it away.

This stuff is common sense you say! Yes it is.  but when i come to open the freezer draw, if i am faced with potential food wastage, becuase i didn’t split the portion sizes before freezing, i look for soething else to eat.

then the devil on the shoulder says, “Lisa, it won’t matter if you just fling a potato in the microwave”

…and bollocks, all that weeks work is down the drain.  So its about simplifying the food decision making processes, making it easier and simpler.

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