Dealing with Leftovers

- POSTED ON: Mar 24, 2011

   This video gives information on how I handle leftovers. 

Dr. Collins of shares Diet Cooking Tips & Tricks.

Leave me a comment.

Please Login to comment on this blog.

Existing Comments:

On Mar 24, 2011 Karen925 wrote:
I remember you wrote about having a variety of meals in the freezer at one point. However, a picture or video is really worth 1,000 words. I mentioned this to DD in law school. She was finding herself hitting fast food after night school. How much better in every respect is this technique. Life is wonderful when one can learn something new each day.

On Mar 31, 2011 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Hi Karen, I just saw this post. Immediately bagging up leftover food and storing it in the freezer has become a valuable habit for me. It is extremely useful to help me stay within my calorie budget, AND it is also an invaluable time saver several days a week when I fix my husband's dinners. In the future, I plan to do some more videos about these details.

On Mar 15, 2012 Dr. Collins wrote:
What an awesome tip.I've never thought of that.Thank you.

On Mar 15, 2012 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Hi Patti, this has become a lifetime habit of mine, and has been invaluable to me.

On Sep 10, 2012 Alma wrote:
As I watched this, I said to myself, "Sure and the hubby will bury the bags all over the bottom of my freezer". I am mentally all over the place lately and WOULD not think of the gallon zip bag. bring sanity to me in many ways! I do appreciate you and all your efforts! I am going to put the Hollandaise bags into a gallon bag right now.........LOL!

On Sep 11, 2012 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Alma. Good luck with that. A side benefit here is that since my freezer is filled with plastic bags, my husband feels everything looks the same and can't find anything, so he almost never gets in there, but asks me when he wants something ... which actually saves me a lot of time in the long run. =D

On Jan 23, 2017 Carolyn wrote:
I made my favorite "regular" lasagna today and had a piece for lunch. I divided it into 10 servings, each of which is pretty good sized and is 230 calories each. So I have nine servings in the freezer ready for future meals. It doesn't seem so demotivating anymore to make "non-diet" food. I'm making creamy chicken tortilla soup tomorrow. :)

On Jan 23, 2017 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Carolyn, Way to Go !!!

<< Previous Blog
Search Blogs
DietHobby is a Digital Scrapbook of my personal experience in weight-loss-and-maintenance. One-size-doesn't-fit-all. Every diet works for Someone, but no diet works for Everyone.
- View 2021
- View 2020
- View 2019
- View 2018
- View 2017
- View 2016
- View 2015
- View 2014
- View 2013
- View 2012
- View 2011

Mar 01, 2021
DietHobby: A Digital Scrapbook.
2000+ Blogs and 500+ Videos in DietHobby reflect my personal experience in weight-loss and maintenance. One-size-doesn't-fit-all, and I address many ways-of-eating whenever they become interesting or applicable to me.

Jun 01, 2020
DietHobby is my Personal Blog Website.
DietHobby sells nothing; posts no advertisements; accepts no contributions. It does not recommend or endorse any specific diets, ways-of-eating, lifestyles, supplements, foods, products, activities, or memberships.

May 01, 2017
DietHobby is Mobile-Friendly.
Technical changes! It is now easier to view DietHobby on iPhones and other mobile devices.