Free eReport: “15 Tips for the Busy Home Cook”

It’s always nice to hear about an easier or faster way to do something–especially if that something is in the kitchen, where we spend so much of our time!

Let’s face it…having a full-time job, a family, or both  doesn’t leave much time at the end of the day to prepare a home-cooked meal. Not to worry. There are many ways to cut corners in the kitchen and save time.

In my experience, knowing how to save time in the kitchen usually helps folks feel less overwhelmed by the thought of preparing a wholesome meal.

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Here’s a sneak peek at one of my favorite tips from, “15 Tips for the Busy Home Cook“…

Does your favorite grocery store have a salad bar? This can be a huge time (and money) saver! Look over your grocery list for any ingredients that might be pre-prepared in the salad bar…chopped green and yellow onions, shredded carrots, hard boiled eggs, herbs and greens, nuts, etc.

Most salad bars charge per ounce and, yes, you’re going to pay a higher “per ounce” price…BUT – if you only need 1/4 cup of diced celery, you can buy just 1/4 cup at the salad bar, as opposed to a whole head in the produce department.

Also, you’re not paying for cores, skins, peels, and other “throw away” parts, and, of course you save time in the kitchen because no further prep is needed!

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