luke1975

Feb 14, 2018 at 10:35 o\clock

The Biggest Loser Food Guide

Several years ago my husband and I attended a conference in Warsaw, Poland. Our hotel catered to travelers and had a cozy coffee shop where travelers sipped pressed tea and savored some of nation's national dishes. I had mushroom soup and, as near as I could figure out, it was made with wild mushrooms and heavy cream.

It sounds so obvious to double up on recipes, but how often to we do it? Somehow we have visions of being knee deep in pounds of raw ground beef and chopped onions. However, if you are going to chop one onion, you may as well chop two. If you are going to brown one pound of ground beef you may as well brown two. And so on. You have one dirty pan, but two meals. One to eat now and one to act as one of those freezer meals which are a total blessing on chaotic days.

Try to be disciplined as to how you pack your freezer. Try to put ready-made meals on the same shelf or in the same drawer. Similarly, frozen raw ingredients should go together. Put "little bits" together - egg whites, chopped frozen fresh herbs, leftover sauces and so on.

On the plus side, hot dog makers are trying harder to make their product healthier. Ball Park Lite Beef Franks have only half the saturated fat of traditional slow cooker beef goulash taste hot dogs and one-third fewer calories. Not bad for a hot dog that's earned good reviews for taste. On the other hand, there's still the nitrite and salt issue. Some natural food markets are addressing this concern by carrying hot dogs that are free of nitrites.

Do you find yourself never having enough time in the day? I get up at the crack of dawn to get myself ready for work so that I'll have time to get the kids breakfast and off to school. After putting in a full eight hour day, I get home and rush around getting dinner prepared, cooked and on the table at a reasonable time. But the battle is only half over at this point. I know it will take another hour or so after dinner to cleanup. Not to mention the laundry, dusting, vacuuming, etc. that has been piling up. The evening has come and gone and I don't feel that I have gotten anything done. And did I mention that I'm exhausted? Unfortunately, the household chores are unavoidable. So how can you make more time in your day traditional Beef Goulash for things you enjoy? Enter the pressure cooker.

Depending slow cooker beef goulash on your toppings you can add a slice of cheese. Cheese though is typically high in sodium and not a good thing if you insist on ketchup, pickles, mustard, and mayo on your burger. All of these are high in sodium, so its time to choose what you can go without and what you must have.

Prepare and chop your ingredients the night before, switch on when you leave for work and a delicious hot meal will be waiting for you when you return home. Make sure any frozen ingredients are thoroughly defrosted before starting to cook. Trim any excess fat from meat as the low cooking temperature will not 'evaporate' fat in the same way as conventional cooking. If adding stock, it is best to boil it on the stove before adding to your dish in order to reduce cooking time. If adding water, boil it in the kettle before adding.

So, just as you take charge of certain areas of your life, take charge of your freezer! Producing easy healthy recipes will suddenly become a pleasure. With a little bit of thought beef goulash with blue cheese simple meal planning, you can save time, money and your sanity!

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