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Busy days make it difficult to get dinner on the table, but it's not impossible. With a little planning and time saving tips, you can look like a master chef without spending hours laboring over a hot stove. Check out these top cooking tips to save time in the kitchen.
Whether you are interested in losing weight, saving money, saving time during the work week, or a combination, meal planning can be your secret weapon. Meal planning, a recent trend that has taken the fitness world and the Pinterest crowd by storm, is the simple act of planning out your meals, grocery shopping for those meals, and prepping them ahead of time. The goal of meal planning is to prevent overindulging in convenience food, which can wreak havoc on the waistline, save money by avoiding impulse purchases and minimize your meal prep time after work. So how do you effectively plan your meals?
Have you ever wondered if there are foods you should not be vacuum sealing? There are many foods you can vacuum seal for extended freshness; unfortunately there are a handful that you should not preserve using this method. Some foods contain anaerobic bacteria, which can grow without the presence of air. Within a vacuum sealed pouch, with reduced oxygen, these bacteria will grow and may pose a risk to your health.
Shoppers can find more than 8,000 farmers markets throughout America. They offer a wide range of unique products. These goods include fruits, berries, vegetables, jams, cookies and even quilts. Are you shopping your local farmers market? If not, here are five top reasons you should start.