Well still about the only thing going in the freezer is meat that I am buying. Those chicken breasts I bought last week for $1.99 a pound made 19 meals for the 2 of us so just a little over $2 a meal for protein.
Also got a good buy on both whole pork loins and whole eye of the round for $1.99. Two loins about 20 pounds made 10 meals of pork chops and 4 pork roasts that will probably be at least 2 meals each or they might end up as sausage or Canadian bacon. Still the meal will be less than $3.
The Whole eye of the round was cut into 8 roasts. Most will be made into corned beef over the winter and maybe on with will roasted and sliced thin for sandwiches for DB's lunch. Again less than $3 for 2 for a meal.
I did actually have something make it from seed to produce to freezer however.
Broccoli blanched, froze on a cookie sheet then put into a foodsaver resealable bag. As I harvest I will continue to add to this bag until it is full. Then I am able to take out what I need for a meal and reseal and vacuum the bag. Dave it you haven't tried these, I love them. I do put the bag into a freezer ziplock bag however as they don't say they are freezer bags. I also store all my cheese in the refrigerator in these once they are opened. I wrap the cheese in wax paper as they say once opened cheese should never touch plastic.
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