Habits of Healthy Eaters: Organize the Fridge and Freezer
By Chef Meg Galvin, Healthy Cooking Expert at SparkPeople.com
You've started cooking at home, and you stick to the perimeter of the store when grocery shopping. You even measure portions. So why are so many of us wasting healthy food and reaching for takeout menus?
Open your fridge and freezer, and the answer might be simpler than you think. If you're spending good money on healthy food, but your fridge and freezer are messy and disorganized, it's going to make healthy cooking more of a chore.
In the videos below, I share my tips for keeping my fridge and freezer organized. Every night, at least one of my boys has a sporting event, academic club meeting, or some other activity. Family meal time is non-negotiable, but every minute is valuable. Instead of spending time rooting around in the freezer for the frozen broccoli, I can use that time to whip up a healthy stir fry and spend more time with my family.
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SparkPeople Healthy Cooking Expert Meg Galvin is a World Master Chef, culinary instructor, and the author of "The SparkPeople Cookbook: Love Your Food, Lose the Weight." A farmer's daughter and marathon runner, she lives in northern Kentucky with her husband and three teenage sons.