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Display Name: km1312
Member Since: 3/11/13

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Making a huge pot pureed veg soup every week or two, keeping half in the fridge to grab for dinner/bring to work for lunch and freezing half in individual portions is a lifesaver for me. I've been really into this one, recently - it's healthy and vegan but super filling:

Healthy Eating Advice for a Full-Time Working Student? Good Questions
7/31/14 12:45 PM

question about freezing: do you marinate it first?

5 Unexpected Ways to Use Up Leftover Tofu Tips from The Kitchn
7/11/14 12:57 AM

"Something like Brooklyn or Yuengling" is always my refrain at a fancy beer bar.

If You Like Yuengling, You Should Try These 5 Beers Too Tapped In
7/11/14 12:36 AM

Low or no-carb recipes that are actually hearty and satisfying.

Healthy one-pot meals.

Tips/instructions for how to handle, trim, and cook meat and fish, for the recovering vegetarians among us!

Reader Request Week Is Coming! Tell Us What You Want to Read Reader Request Week 2014
6/7/14 02:05 PM

This looks great. I'll join the chorus of those asking about substitutions - I'm wondering about the milk. Do you think I could use soy or almond milk, or combo of water and a bit of plain yogurt?

Recipe: Breakfast Polenta Squares with Spinach & Bacon Breakfast Recipes from The Kitchn
3/5/14 01:32 PM

Washed spinach & kale in the clamshell, low-sodium canned soups & chili, microwavable rice - all of these keep me eating healthier and avoiding Seamless. I consider frozen veggies and canned tomatoes to be staples, because it's so difficult to buy and keep them fresh. I've been making the homemade frozen burritos from this site, and it works great! Healthier and tastier than the salt-laden packaged variety.

What's Your Favorite Convenience Food from the Grocery Store?
2/26/14 11:17 AM

ginger ale

What's Your Best 3-Ingredient Cocktail?
4/15/13 04:46 PM

I'm always looking for healthy, affordable dishes that I can can make in big batches and bring to work for lunch each day. It's important that the entire dish can be dumped into one container and heated up (or not) - carrying around multiple components on my commute is a pain. Any recipes appreciated!

Welcome to Lunch Week at The Kitchn! 3 Square Meals (Plus Dessert)
3/11/13 09:28 AM