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After an hour with the food eaten, I was a happy foodie. The onions had been cooked perfectly, and if I had not seen them in their packaging I would have had no idea they were frozen. So now I am a convert. I haven't bought any yet, but they're available in all supermarkets, not just the one you would expect
No need to throw food awayMany times, I have had unused vegetables or food end up in the bin, but I have recently learned to use my freezer and to preserve food. Especially after Christmas, with all the leftovers there's no need to just throw it away. Hundreds of pounds are spent on food for the holiday period, so why waste it? Knowing what to cook is the start, and the internet can be used for so many ideas; literally just type it into any search engine and bloggers, chefs and foodies will all have tips for you.
Students, young families or those who have spent too much money over the holidays should focus on making the most of the contents of their freezer. Make sure to defrost frozen goods thoroughly, and then with some magic you can cook whatever you like. Cooking is a social part of life and something which you can share with friends and loved ones. If you don't have the time to spend chopping or cleaning, then look for the shortcuts to save time and money. Make sure that you have time to enjoy the food as a group, and nominate someone else to clean up!