More Make and Freeze Recipes by Mara Michaels
More Great Foods You Can Cook, Freeze and Use Quickly and Easily (Eat Better for Less Guides)

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Building upon the foundation you have laid by reading and cooking the recipes in the first "Make and Freeze Recipes" guide in this series, learn more about the best ways to save money and eat well with mouth-watering meals that will help you pinch every penny of your food budget and freeze food successfully so that nothing goes to waste.

Make and freeze recipes are ideal for anyone trying to make the most of their budget and time. If your family is constantly busy and wanting to live well for less money, this second make and freeze recipe guide is designed with you in mind, to help you create and then properly freeze and store your food to have ready any time you need a great meal.

You can save money on your weekly grocery bill, waste less food and save time by cooking in batches. Make takeout, delivery and convenience foods a thing of the past in your home as you create delicious main meals, side dishes and desserts that can be cooked ahead, frozen, and then simply thawed, or heated in the microwave or your oven, for piping hot dishes that even picky eaters will love.

This series is designed to help you create successful make and freeze meals even if you are not an experienced cook. In this guide, you will learn the best ways to shop for a freezer. If yours is more than ten years old, discover why buying a new one could save you a great deal of money in the long run.

Learn how to buy and set up your freezer in order to help it run efficiently, to help save money on electricity, preserve your foods and eliminate waste. Discover the best ways to use your freezer to preserve all your foods to the peak of freshness. Pesky freezer burn will become a thing of the past once you know what causes it, and how to combat it.

Learn how to freeze and store a variety of foods, and which foods freeze better than others and why. Discover the pros and cons of vacuum sealers and whether or not they are worth the money for preserving food and for make and freeze meals.

You will also find 30 more make and freeze recipes to add to your growing range of family favorites. From easy everyday dinners to several dishes for special occasions to expand your cooking repertoire, you will never be rushed for a family meal, dinner party or potluck again once you’ve packed your freezer.

You will also get a downloadable list of recipes to help organize your freezer so you do not have to dig into it to see what you have on hand, can serve your family fast, and plan your next shopping trip and batch cooking day easily.

If you’re concerned about increasing food prices and what your family is eating when you‘re not around to supervise, continue building on your foundation of healthy make and freeze meals today with the help of this guide. Then listen to your family as they all eagerly ask what’s for dinner tonight from your freezer full of great meals.

Audience:
Beginner cooks
People interested in making the most of their freezer to save time and money.

Word count = 23,600
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
CH 1: CHOOSING A FREEZER FOR YOUR HOME
CH 2: MAXIMIZE YOUR FREEZER SPACE
CH 3: GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR FREEZER
CH 4: HOW TO PREVENT FREEZER BURN
CH 5: ARE VACUUM SEALERS USEFUL?
CH 6: MAKE AHEAD AND FREEZE MEALS
MORE MAKE AND FREEZE RECIPES: Table of Contents
CH 7: SOUP AND STEW RECIPES
CH 8: MAIN MEAL RECIPES
CH 9: SIDE DISH RECIPES
CH 10: DESSERT RECIPES
CONCLUSION
FURTHER READING
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ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Mara Michaels is a frequent contributor to the Healthful-Goddess and Nutrition-Goddess.com sites. Erin Kennedy serves as one of the main editors for both sites. They are the authors of over sixty cooking and health-related titles.

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Published April 9, 2013 by Eternal Spiral Books, http://eternalspiralbooks.com.
Genres: Self Help, Cooking. Non-fiction

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