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Cooking in Bulk

Prepare in bulk to fill the freezer

Get your friends, family and loved ones together for a busy day in the kitchen. The goal? Pack your freezer with large quantities of homemade meals!


A little planning goes a long way when cooking together as a group. Here are some tips to keep things fun and simple!

The right game plan

  1. Think seasonal products that go well together and can be used in different recipes. Stick to simple recipes that share the same ingredients so you don’t spread yourself too thin.

  2. Buy your ingredients the day before to save time. Save money by purchasing your main ingredients in bulk.

  3. Divide tasks between chefs: one cuts veggies, one stirs what’s on the stove, one oversees the production…

  4. Double, triple or even quadruple the recipes to be prepared—especially those that take a long time to cook.

  5. Prepare ahead. Before getting started, clean your work space, get out all the tools you'll need and pre-measure ingredients. Proper preparation will let you work in ideal conditions. Ready? Get cooking!

  6. Vary tastes and aromas by personalizing your base with fine herbs and spices. So simple… and ingenious!

  7. Be sure to freeze in individual or family-sized portions.


Cook up delicious dishes!

Shared ingredients

Vegetables

1Fall vegetables

Parsnip, eggplant, carrots, tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, celery...

2Minced meat

Veal, pork, beef...

3Fine herbs

Basil, oregano, thyme, chili powder, parsley...



Make delicious desserts!

Shared ingredients

Fruits

1Apples

2Sugar

Maple syrup, honey, brown sugar, cane sugar...

3Spices

Cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, mint...



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