By Sandra Lovelace
Busy and preoccupied, the last resort of a working mom is
asking her family out to eat together.
This is a fine idea but doing it all the time is not good at
all. It costs much and you are not that sure if the food
outside is indeed healthy and safe. There are lots of
restaurants but often than sometimes, most ends up in eating
fast-food chain restaurants.
You know for a fact that fast food is not that good for the
over-all wellness, right? And who would want to have a family
of too much calories? Nobody wants it, do you? Rather than
eating out, there is a solution if you are just too busy or
preoccupied. This is cooking in advance or the so-called “bulk
cooking “. This type of cooking method is very beneficial
especially for those who seem to have no time at all.
This is a means of saving money because as we are aware of,
buying food in bulk is less expensive than buying food per
week. At any rate, you are still the one choosing the type of
food you want to buy. In this case, you could buy ground meat
this week, and cook it for the following week.
Bulk cooking also lessens the expense of a new couple living
together or someone who lives independently. They could
food in advance and not having to worry about left-over right
after. This is both a means of saving effort, time and money
course. One of the strongest advantages of this method is that
busy parent could spend more quality time with his or her kids
and the whole family, this is very essential.
As mentioned, cooking ahead could be healthy since you take
control over the food choices and make sure that you really go
for the healthy choices.
Being busy is not a blockade to one’s food preparation
especially for one’s family. In these modern days, making
independent yet wise choices must really be of consideration.
This makes bulk cooking a good choice for each household. This
will not only benefit parents but as well as children who do
not deserve improper attention and inadequate healthful food.
In a nutshell, this method of preparing food could really suit
up any lifestyle especially those who are having the most
hectic schedules on Earth.
About The Author: Sandra Lovelace is a freelance writer for
Cooking Times. She writes a regular column which is published
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