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If you page up, you will find a list of how long to keep things in the freezer before quality begins to degrade. You can keep things longer, but they might have a bit of freezer burn.
As to what you can freeze — walk into any Tesco or Sainsbury and look in at the frozen food. In general, if they can do it, so can you.
There is a site called Recipezaar (well, actually it is now ) that has many frozen food recipes. Search for OAMC and you’ll come up with 653 recipes (as of today). Some are simply prepared, then frozen so you must defrost then bake or simmer. Others are fully cooked and you simply pop the food into the microwave.
No worries about food poisoning due to cooking from frozen — that’s not how food poisoning happens. Unless you are cooking already-poisoned food, of course. If the food is raw, you must generally defrost and then cook it or it will not cook all the way through. But go to and look through their recipes.
Also do a “google” search for OAMC Plans, Freezer Cooking Plans, Investment Cooking Plans, Once A Month Cooking Plans. You will find a large variety of plans rather than individual recipes. Makes shopping and planning easier, but then you have to translate from American into British.
Never, ever have I seen yoga practiced or explained in quite the unique way that you do it – or I guess I should say that I have never connected to any practice the way that I feel I’ve connected in following yours. It’s amazing, and refreshing and I love the freedom that you bring to the mat….I know yoga is about the listening to your body and breathe and making it your own, but I’ve always felt a little confined by the instructor and trying to do it exactly the way I see it done. So, thank you for reminding me to practice yoga for myself and really make it a personal experience. It’s so refreshing and I’m so excited to get back to it!!