Making Round Dehydrator Crackers a grrrrrrrreat shortcut

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I’m fed up of making microwave dinners, does anyone else know a quite healthy way of eating?

Question by Alex Wung: I’m fed up of making microwave dinners, does anyone else know a quite healthy way of eating?
Ever since coming to the UK, me and Eric have found it hard to make proper meals. We just usually heat up a burger, sit down and watch TV, but i’m breaking out becuase of it. I have spots all over my face. I need a quick easy way of making healthy food. anyone have any ideas?

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Answer by cowgirl_power82
Make up meat loaf, lasagna, fried chicken etc… with some veggies and potatoes and freeze in individual disposable tins. Cover with foil then wrap in seran wrap and freeze. Label and date the you ca take them out of the freezer when you want and have a nice homecooked meal.

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Making Easy Dinners – Chicken and Dumplings

There is no need to prolong this — I love this recipe! The Quick and Super Easy Chicken and Dumplings recipe on ww.allrecipes.com is a must for any busy kitchen. Total prep time took me between 8 to 10 minutes, and it took just 15 minutes to cook. It calls for just 4 ingredients: 2 1/4 cups biscuit baking mix; 2/3 cup milk; 2 (14 ounce) cans chicken broth; 2 (10 ounce) cans chunk chicken, drained. Then in a medium bowl, stir together the biscuit mix and milk just until it pulls together. Set aside. Pour the cans of chicken broth into a saucepan along with the chicken; bring to a boil. Once the broth is at a steady boil, take a handful of biscuit dough and flatten it in your hand. Tear off 1 to 2 inch pieces and drop them into the boiling broth. Make sure they are fully immersed at least for a moment. Once all of the dough is in the pot, carefully stir so that the newest dough clumps get covered by the broth. Cover, and simmer over medium heat for about 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. www.mrsbuffskitchen.com
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Making Traditionally Fermented Pickles

Making Traditionally Fermented Pickles
Quick Healthy Meals
Image by Chiot’s Run
Traditionally fermented food are super healthy. It’s always nice when you can make something using these methods. Not only is it quick and easy to make, the end product is healthier than it’s more time-consuming processed counterpart. Pickles are a prime example. I make one kind of vinegar pickles that are canned. The rest of the pickles I make are fermented. Basically you put the pickles in a jar with whatever herbs you want to flavor them and cover them with salt water. A few weeks later you have a probiotic feast! Adding fermented pickles to your meals will help with digestion and increase the amount of nutrients you can absorb from what you eat.

For a details how-to and recipe see this post on my blog:
chiotsrun.com/2011/07/30/making-traditionally-fermented-p…

Making Traditionally Fermented Pickles

Making Traditionally Fermented Pickles
Quick Healthy Meals
Image by Chiot’s Run
Traditionally fermented food are super healthy. It’s always nice when you can make something using these methods. Not only is it quick and easy to make, the end product is healthier than it’s more time-consuming processed counterpart. Pickles are a prime example. I make one kind of vinegar pickles that are canned. The rest of the pickles I make are fermented. Basically you put the pickles in a jar with whatever herbs you want to flavor them and cover them with salt water. A few weeks later you have a probiotic feast! Adding fermented pickles to your meals will help with digestion and increase the amount of nutrients you can absorb from what you eat.

For a details how-to and recipe see this post on my blog:
chiotsrun.com/2011/07/30/making-traditionally-fermented-p…