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Top Tips!

*Cupcake*

is working hard.....
S: 20st1lb C: 14st12lb G: 12st13lb BMI: 28.2 Loss: 5st3lb(25.98%)
#1
A top tip from this week's food plan from me:

I bought some cheapy microwave tubs with lids from Tesco (5 for 50p) and a bag of Frozen berries (£1.29). Divided bag between 5 so 100g of berries in each, and straight back in the freezer.

5x delicious instant fruit portions to take out the night before ready for breakfast, or in the morning before I go out for 36p each! (26p each next week as I will re-use the tubs :D).

Anyone else have a top tip? xx:)
 
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#2
I do that too but use old cottage cheese tubs.
My main tip to to batch cook & freeze stuff. My Hubby says if you stand still long enough in our house I may freeze you :8855:
 

Piglet

Is so doing it this time
S: 16st8lb C: 15st6lb G: 8st8lb BMI: 41.8 Loss: 1st2lb(6.9%)
#3
Thank you ladies I'm gonna try that cos I love my fruit for brekie xx
 

Lexie_dog

UNLEASHING THE BEAST!
S: 15st12.5lb C: 15st9lb G: 11st0lb BMI: 35.3 Loss: 0st3.5lb(1.57%)
#4
Where possible I buy in bulk and freeze. This morning I got 4lb of rump steak for £10. This was 10 HUGE steaks, So portioned into 5 bags, meaning that its 5 nights dinner for me and hubby. £1 a steak isn't bad i thought. Good for red weeks.

The butchers also had 10 chicken breasts for £10 and beef ham for £5 (not sure on weight)

I also find it handy to cook and portion ahead, so on the days when I'm running about daft, I could theoretically pull a portion of soup out the freezer for lunch, and I have something frozen and ready for dinner too.
 

Jesca

Full Member
S: 23st9.5lb C: 23st9.5lb G: 21st3lb BMI: 51.9 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
#5
I'm going to do this as I currently use the foil tubs but plastic ones would be far more sensible as I can re-use them!
 


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