Friday, May 16, 2014

THM Crock Pot Cooking Menu Session 1

This is  my official first attempt to create an ALL THM menu for the crock pot. With summer creeping up I know that I don't want to be slaving over the stove to eat in the heat. So, instead I want to put my "kitchen slave" the crock pot to work.  Wanna join me?  I am choosing 10 different recipes.  I intend to double each recipe so I will end up with 20 meals for the freezer.   The shopping list is for 20 meals. 2 of each. Each recipe serves 5-6 people.

No Potato Beef Stew - THM S
Jambalaya - THM S
Bacon Wrapped Chicken with Rosemary - THM S
Easy Slow Cooker Moroccan Beef - THM S
BBQ Chicken - THM E
Pork and Veggies - THM S
Sausage and Bean Supper - THM E
Meat Stew - THM S
Bean Stew - THM E
Chicken Curry with Cabbage and Peppers - THM-E

The link to the shopping and prep lists. :-) 
Want to see more THM menus?  Cooking sessions Check out all my other menus are here:  234, 56 7 8,  9, 1011121314, 15, and16 are finished. Check them out.

THM stands for Trim Healthy Mama.  The letters after are the meal STYLES that are used in the THM eating plan.

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  1. Thanks so much!! :)

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    1. Do you par boil your veg or just cut them up and put them in a bag? I can find where it tells you what you do, are we talking but pre prep ie put all raw ingredients in a bag then freeze till we use them?? Thanks

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    2. I did the all raw. If you want to par boil you can. I just didn't.

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    3. Alot of these recipes sound like they are for a mom who stays home since they are 4-6 hrs. will they work for working moms 8 hrs or more in the crockpot on low.

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    4. Of course. I sometimes make my meals overnight.. I just cook them on low. :-)

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    5. I use an outlet timer (the kind you plug a light into while you're on vacation) and plug the crockpot into that. Since the food starts out frozen, it doesn't hurt to let it wait a few hours before starting to cook.

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    6. Also keep in mind that there are some programmable crock pots at Walmart. They are awesome!!!!!

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    7. A tip for working moms trying to use 4-6 hour recipes: Buy a timer for your crockpot. Put everything in the crock the night before and put it in the fridge overnight. The crock will work as a cooler for the food until it turns on at your preset time.

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    8. There is a crock pot that has a timer on it and turns itself on worm after the initial cooking time is up :-)

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    9. You can also get crockpots now that have automatic timers for start and finish programming. Perfection! It's like having two of me :)

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    10. I think the problem with the outlet timer for the crockpot is, I don't know about you, but when my crockpot turns on...I then have to select high, low, or keep warm.

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    12. I see they are missing. I will see what I can do to repost them for you this evening. So sorry about that.

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    13. Me and my Aunt put the meals in session 1 together yesterday we left the house to go shopping at 10 am and finished the last bag at 4:30 pm. We split the meals between us. Since the meals are for 5-6 people, and I only have 2 people in my household that can eat this type of food I split my half portion into quarters and froze. The chicken wrapped in bacon looked like a delicious meal. I plan to give some of my bags away to a friend of mine who just had surgery.

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    14. This works for me~ You know the timers you can buy at Lowes or Home Depot?The kind with the round dial and you can set your lights to turn on and off at the time you set it?Well, thats what I do with my crock pot. Done it for years.No ones gotten sick.You put the food,even thawed food in crock.Set your timer to cut on and off.I cooked our breakfast casserole (eggs and browned sausage and cheese) for Christmas morning.I put it together at 11 pm .Set the timer to cut on at 4:30 and it was ready at 6:30.Done it too many times and it comes out perfectly.

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    15. Do you have a plan that works for vegetarian? I haven't found many crock pot meals for veggies that sound good but would love this idea for my family if you do

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    16. I use to be vegetarian, but I am no longer because I am unable to make things the THM way. If you are not concerned about eating the THM way, just leave the meat out and add something like Eggplant, beans, or Tofu instead. ;-)

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  2. All I can say is THANK YOU!!!! I work weird hours 9;30 -6:00 and the crock pot is my week saver!!! I am getting my menu together to start THM and fell on this site. LOVE IT

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    1. I agree with the crockpot


      Aiden's Dad ;c)

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    2. I work nights, too. I can't live without my crock pot either. It's so easy to turn it on and wake up to dinner. Though, I'll admit, I have 'forgotten' to turn it on a few times.

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  3. I love you!! MUUUAAA! Big kiss! Thank you--this is a wonderful THM list. Freezer prep and crock pot cooking AND a good variety! I am making menu plans, and I love many of these! Thank you!

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  4. Thank you SO much! I've been having some health issues for the past week or two and so I just don't feel like cooking... this will really help me stay on track!!!!

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  5. Girl, I'm planning on using this menu/shopping list this coming week. Thanks so much. Dinners are always the hardest for my to stay on plan.

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  6. You are all welcome. I am so thankful that my menu has been a blessing. :-)

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  7. You may have just saved my sanity! You rock!

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  8. This is awesome thanks for taking the time to do this.

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  9. I am doing this before I return to work in August! This is FANTASTIC thank you!

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  10. THANK YOU, THANK YOU , THANK YOU!!!!

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  11. Do you just throw all the raw ingredients - veggies and meat - plus spices into the bag?
    Thanks
    Hanlie

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    1. Yes I through everything in raw, unless stated to cook the meat first.

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    2. Would love to see more vegetarian meals to make this way.

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    3. I've always been taught you put the veggies in the bottom and the meat on top.

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  12. YOU'RE AWESOME! ( http://6fix.blogspot.com )

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  13. Thank you!! This is a tremendous help!

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  14. Are shopping lists already doubled for you? Or are you doubling shopping list to make 20 meals? Thanks ��

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  15. Just thought that I would share this tip, too....if you do not want to heat up your house by turning on your oven, a roaster, like the Nesco, can be used as an oven too. Simply put the baking dish on the rack and set the roaster to the same temperature as you would an oven.

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    1. Very clever idea. Thank you for sharing. I just might do that some time..

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    2. The nu wave oven has been a huge help too! ! Cooks meals at a fourth of the time! I love cooking just hate being rushed!
      Thank you for these! This will also help me tremendously! 4 children 2 jobs boxing and swimming. ... so YES thank you so much for these meal plans!

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    3. My sister-in-law had to use her roaster when her stove/oven went out. She actually made cupcakes in hers!

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  16. Do you have some basics to serve with these? The carb/sides are where I get bogged down. :P

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    1. I usually serve a salad of some sort with these. I have a menu I post on my blog every week if you want to see what kind I make.

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    2. THANKS! Other question - you were doubling for 30 days - is the supplies list already doubled or do I need to double it?

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    3. This is already double for 20 meals. Not 30.

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  17. Wow! Fantastic job. Cannot wait to use this. I work crazy hours and it has made doing this program very hard.

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  18. This idea is wonderful for an expecting mother! It will make the adjusting period so much easier, and as much as I know people want to help out by bringing over meals, it will be a lot easier to cook THM friendly by preparing for ourselves in this way!

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  19. Is there a chart that explains the letters following the recipes? I am new to this site.

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    1. There is a file on the Trim Healthy Mama FB page that is called building blocks that might be helpful to explain what E and S mean. The simple version is that S meals are Fats and E meals are carb meals.

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    2. I am on your Facebook right now looking for the file you mentioned, but I do not see any files tab. Yes, I am on a desktop. I also visited the actual website and don't see anything either. I'd like more information on this, is it a diet? A way of eating? I'm not finding much info other than testimonials and sign ups...

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    3. The Trim Healthy Mama Facebook pages has a file called Building Blocks. I think you need to be a member to actually see the files. It is a way of eating. I don't really call it a diet because I can eat just about anything I want... just needs to be in a certain way.

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    4. You can order a Trim Healthy Mama book from their website, or on Amazon. Two sisters took two years researching and testing and came up with an amazing way to lose weight while still eating YUMMY, satisfying food that is VERY nutritious. They have named their different meals either E, S, or FP. Cheers! Jalime

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    5. Thank you for asking the question as I was wondering the same thing. These recipes sound like the way I like to cook. I am looking forward to checking out the website and fb page. Thanks so much.

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    6. So we have to buy the book to see what the letters mean?

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    7. I couldn't find it on their FB page, either, but found this when I googled it.
      http://www.bigtastetrimwaist.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/S-E-FP-Meal-Building-Blocks.pdf

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    8. I so hate cooking but need to lose weight! This might be my answer.

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    1. Gluccie means Glucomannan. Search google and you will find some. I use the powder, not the caps.

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  21. Just wanted to add that making your own garam masala and herbes provencal is quite easy. Much cheaper than buying the premixed spices. Thank you so much for doing this. Dinners were always my problem.

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    1. Laura~ Can you share how to make your own garam marsala and herbes provencal? Thanks!

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    2. I thought I had a link in the original recipe for them?

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  22. Is there an ingredients list for the total cooking? THat would be handy! Thanks so much!

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    1. Yes it is linked above as the Shopping List. I also have a Prep Lists. :-)

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  23. What does the "E" and "S" stand for?

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    1. E stands for Energizing Meal and S stands for satisfying meal.

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  24. Clever idea, but too much disposable plastic. Put these in reusable containers of some sort, and you'll be creating a healthier earth, as well as a healthy you.

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    1. I was thinking the same thing. The dollar stores sell reusable containers, inexpensive & can afford to not get it back from others. I have elderly parents & freeze meals for them, this menu is perfect!

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    2. You can get BPH free Ziploc bags and containers now, it is listed on the labels, all plastics have to be w/o BPH but not sure of the date on it. You could also use Ball freezing containers or use glass dishes if you're worried about plastic that are freezer safe. Hope this helps.

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    3. I would never have room in my freezer for containers. The bags can be washed and used many many times, if you purchase quality brands. ~Beth Folland~

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  25. Have you tasted these yet? How did they come out?
    I did a ton of freezer meals before my fifth was born....only a few were a hit.

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    1. I have had all the recipes and the only one we were not so sure on was the Chicken Curry. It was because we burnt the cabbage. I think next time we make it I will be more careful. LOL!

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  26. My family and I are veterinarians. Can I omit the meat or do you have any other recipes we can try? I love the idea of planning ahead and use of a crock pot!

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    1. I would pick a veggie that you like and use that instead of the meat. I use to be vegetarian. I subbed beans mostly. Just used spices to add more flavor. But now I think I would use things like cauliflower and squash instead of meat. BUT the THM plan really needs meat. The meat is part of the protein needed for the meals.

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    2. LOL I didn't know that veterinarians couldn't eat meat...lol Sorry couldn't resist!

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    3. Thank you... I was going to ask the same question! Beans it is!! 100g black beans has 22g protein vs. 100g ground beef's 14g. :)

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  27. This is fantastic !! Thank you so much

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    1. I have a few that are. But most have meat in them. You can switch out the meat for vegetables if you desire. I use to be vegetarian.

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  29. This is a great idea but what is THM and S?

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    1. THM means Trim Healthy Mama. S is the style of meal in the THM eating plan.

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  30. This is great! I use my crock pot all the time and I feel like I am always making the same things over and over again. I really do want to try some new recipes with my boys and these look great! I did try something new last week, I roasted 2 geese in the crock pot with coconut ghee, garlic pepper, Himalayan salt, pineapple chunks, and white wine and they came out so tender and delicious! As for sides, I plan on steaming green veggies or spaghetti squash and mixing with Himalayan salt and pepper with olive oil or coconut ghee, or a nice side salad with homemade olive oil and vinegar dressing with my own spices to cut down on sodium and preservatives. I do use paleo tortilla wraps from julianbakery.com to cut down on carbs and grains.

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  31. Is the shopping list set up for the single serving recipes (to make 10 meals), or doubled as mentioned to make 20?

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    1. It is set up for 4-6 people per recipe... one I know is actually doubled originally. So if you use the list etc you will make 20, 4-6 serving meals.

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  32. If I just did the 10 meals instead of doubling for 30 days would I cut the shopping list in half?

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    1. Yes. The meals as they are not is for 20 meals. So half would be for 10.

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  33. Do you thaw any of these out at all before putting in the crock? If not, do they fit in the crock frozen?

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    1. I sometimes get the meals out the day before to thaw them. But honestly more often then not, I end up putting them in the crock pot frozen. I have the largest crock pot they make so it fits just fine. I actually make 2 recipes at a time typically. Hard to feed a family of 9 on a 4-6 serving meal. :-)

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  34. New to your blog -- where can I find out what your abbreviations mean?

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    1. THM means Trim Healthy Mama. It is a book that is a eating style. The letters after it are the meal STYLES.

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  35. The recipes that lead to external links, am I to double those? I am assuming the ones that are on your blog are already doubled. When the recipes are doubled, as you have them, how many do they serve?

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    1. I have a shopping list link and it shows you how much to buy for 20 meals. I think there is only 1 recipe that didn't need to be doubled. Jambalaya. The meals as they are, typically serve 4-6 people.

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  36. New to this and can't wait to try it all out. Thanks!

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  37. I'm definitely gonna try these recipes. I love crockpot "cooking"! Thanks!

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  38. Look forward to trying some of these & freezing along with my Asian & polish crock pot dishes, thank-you so much a nice change of pace!

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  39. I am surprised at the continual use of pork in "healthy" recipes. Not to mention the Levitical wisdom but just google American commercially raised pork and it's effect on ones health. Just yuk.

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    1. If you don't want to consume pork then please sub out the recipes that call for it with something else. Personally I don't normally buy pork. I prefer Turkey bacon and ham etc.

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  40. Do you unfreeze your bags before putting them in the crockpot ?

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    1. If I remember. :-) Usually they are frozen when I put them in.

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  41. Thank you so much. My oven broke and I need this. Did you save money by doing this?

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    1. Yes! I rarely go out to eat because I have everything ready to go at home... sitting there waiting for me. :-)

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    1. Trim Healthy Mama. Its a "diet" that many of us have chosen as a life long change. :-)

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  43. How do I avoid freezer burn inside my bags even when using freezer storage bags?

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    1. I squeeze out as much air as possible.. and I double bag.

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  44. It would really be great to have recipes for one or two. Those of us who live alone constantly are looking for crockpot recipes for one or two. Even tho we may be retired and have "oodles of time," it would be great to find some good recipes for us to use. Can these be cut down for that - or maybe divide a recipe into two packets to freeze? Would it affect the taste and/or cooking times?

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    1. My sister is married and without children. She just split the recipes in half. She thought it worked really well.

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    1. Great. Thanks for sharing. I changed the ingredient list. I think it was modified a little because I only was missing a few items. Thanks for sharing your experience.

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    2. Thanks Justin, That is great! Any chance you've done it for session 2?

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  46. I love all the recipes but am gone for work 7:30-5:30. the recipes do not cook that long. any suggestions on how to avoid over cooking or much by adding too much liquid?

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    1. Maybe try cooking it on low? Or getting yourself a timer that will start the cooking at a certain time?

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    2. I just bought a new crackpot at walmat that switches to warming mode when the cooking time is up....just an idea :)

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  47. Have you thought about packaging & selling them? Shipping them too? :)

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    1. I have thought of it often actually. Not sure how practical it would be though.

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  48. Do you have a shopping list for Aldi's?

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    1. So sorry I don't. I just did a general shopping list and you can choose where you want to buy the items.

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  49. This is wonderful. Thank you for posting. 1 question, I need to budget my groceries, how much were all these groceries at Aldi's? I would hate to get to the store and only be able to get half of them. Lol

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    1. I honestly don't know how much these were at Aldi. I generally only spend $40-$50 when I do a cooking session but that is because I have a stocked pantry and freezer. :-) I think most people that did this menu did it for around $200 or less.

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  50. Thank you, thank you, thank YOU! You may have just saved my sanity!!

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  51. Also do i need to purchase this book for the recipes

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    1. My first session does not. The 2nd one does. I used all recipes from the sister's book... .Trim Healthy Mama.

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  52. I know this may be repetitive but if I only want 10 meals I need to cut shopping list in half correct?

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  53. Can you tell me code to the letters at the end of each meal title please?

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    1. There is a file on the Trim Healthy Mama FB page that is called building blocks that might be helpful to explain what E and S mean. The simple version is that S meals are Fats and E meals are carb meals.

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  54. This is wonderful but there is only one of me and I would need to figure out individual servings or two at the most. Any suggestions?

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    1. My sister is married and without children. She just split the recipes in half. She thought it worked really well.

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  55. Do you have the carb count for any of the recipes?

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    1. Sorry I have no idea. I don't count carbs with THM.

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  56. Thank you sooo much! just completed my first OAMC experience, and it was so stressful on my own. Too many steps to complete (I am not the naturally organized type). However, it was worth all of the stress, considering that now I don't have to worry about cooking for the next few weeks. Will you be so generously posting more of your menu plans and shopping lists? If so, I would be very inclined to follow your blog! :D

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    1. I have more cooking sessions. I don't always have them in my menu plan in any kind of order but they are in it. :-)

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  57. Are these recipes in the book that's for sale on Amazon?

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    1. No. These are just ones I have collected and put together on my own.

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  58. Is brown rice on the THM plan???? If so, which one do I buy? I started THM last year - lost some weight, then got discouraged by the dinner meals (many of them take too long for me to prepare daily with my crazy work schedule). So, your THM freezer crockpot plan could be a miracle for me!!! Thanks so much!!!!

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    1. Yes, the long grain. Don't get the quick kind. :-)

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  59. Is each recipe your entire menu for a meal or do you add other items to your meal? For instance, the moroccan beef -- what do you eat with it? Perhaps you have another blog which gives the whole menus...apologies if i missed it

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    1. I usually eat it with salad. Or cucumbers. We eat very simply. I do have menus on my blog :-)

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  60. My family made these crock pot meals and boy did we enjoy the handiness of having a meal in the freezer to throw in. We actually enjoyed all the meals except the Chicken Curry with Cabbage and Peppers. I could never tweak it to make it good. My family would not eat that bag. Also, if I were to do these recipes again, I'd split the ingredients between more bags. I have a family of 4 and we always had at least 2 nights of food. There was too much food in some of the bags. Over all, this recipe collection and shopping list was awesome and provided well for us.

    For prep day, my husband and 2 teen daughters helped me prepare the bags. It took around 2 hours if I remember right. I seemed to take forever, but it was our first make ahead prep that we'd done. Our fridge was stuffed with 1Gal Ziploc crock pot meals.

    Thanks a bunch for the work you put in up front!!!!

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  61. Strange question.......Are these meals good to do for the 24-Day challenge? My husband and I are getting ready to that and I thought this might cut down on some of the snacking we used to do if the meals were ready for us when we arrive home. Thanks so much!!!

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  62. These recipes are the berries:) I work long long cold days outside...and these things keep me smiling all day:)! You are awesome! And thank you very much!

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  63. These look awesome! Something my extremely picky husband might actually eat! Just one question. What does THM stand for?

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  64. How long are the bags good for ? If I don't cook them all in the 30 days ?

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    1. I think officially it is 3 months but I have kept things longer and they were fine.

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    2. try using a food saver which vacuum seals the bags. Last 6 MONTHS TO A YEAR OR MORE in freezer...well worth the price to buy one if you're going to freeze like this.

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  65. Hi,
    What size of crockpot for these recipes?

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    1. I use a large oval shaped one. Not sure of the size. I also have a round one that would work in a pinch.

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  66. my apologies if this question has been asked but I read through and I didn't see it but is there a compiled list of how much of each thing goes in each bag identified by recipe? Or do I just need to click on each individual recipe link to see what goes in any particular recipe? Tia

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    1. Each recipe link will tell you what to add.

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  67. my daughter and son in law are expecting their first child in April. I am going to make these for them to have on hand to throw in the crockpot for the first month or so. I also think these would be great to take to shut-ins and sick in my neighborhood. Thank you for sharing.

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  68. How long did it take you to prep all these meals? Did you do it in one day or over several days?

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    1. It took me about 4 hours to prep. I did it the evening before.

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  69. Oh wow I'm a Trucker driver and my sweetie is at home.. I've been cooking and freezing dinners for him and easy to eat meals ... I'm so excited I seen this on FB... I can't wait to get home and start this for him... And crookpot with timer wow I didn't know. . Then all I have to is walk him through it in the mornings till he get the hang of it.... I get home twice a mth some times more... but this way I feel I'm still taking care of him... thanks a bunch for the awesome idea....

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  70. Is there a PIN button? I really like to keep all my recipes in one place. Thanks!

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    1. I haven't done that yet? I am fairly new to Pinterest.

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  71. We have a few people in our household who have a sensitivity to spicy food do you have any sessions that do not have any hot items in them

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    1. Leave out the spicy things perhaps? No one says you need to add the spicy things if you don't want to. :-)

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  72. My family is really spoiled by my fresh cooking & my husband was sceptical about trying this--but we have had 3 meals so far & they have been a hit! I am excited to keep trying new things. I do modify & add some of our favorite spices or ingredients to get the flavors my family like--but so simple! My friend & I split the 20 meals and worked together so it was a fun way to spend a day.

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  73. HELP! The moroccan beef recipe is not coming up. Do you still have it? It was there a few days ago, but I'm getting a "File Not Found" message. I've made all of the Round 1 recipes except that one and have a 2 pound piece of beef ready to be cooked.

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    1. I just checked and it pulls up for me just fine. Perhaps restart your computer and try again?

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  74. Can be cooked from frozen in crockpot or no?

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    1. I think for safety reasons I wouldn't unless the meat has already been cooked. I personally have only done it a few times. Ideally get it out the night before and thaw before putting it in your crock.

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  75. I use my crock pot all of the time, and this is a fun concept to maximize time. However, I was told never to put frozen chicken in a crock pot or slow cooker because it can't come to temperature fast enough and the risk is too great for food poisoning. Do you cook all of your chicken first? Please advise. Thank you.

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  76. No I don't cook all my chicken first. It depends on the recipe. I don't usually put my meat in with my other items though. I tend to buy meat when it is on sale and when I go to cook it I drop it in. :-)

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  77. I have simultaneously begun freezer meals and THM. To happen upon this site this specific week was serendipitous! :)

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  78. I have been struggling with putting E and S meals together and really following the guidelines. I'm so glad I found this site. I can't wait to try some of the recipes! I bought a deep freezer just for these kinds of ideas. I love throw together meals. My husband and I will be using our travel trailer for the first time this year. This will be a great help with throwing pre-packaged meals in the freezer. Then I can stick to the plan even when traveling!

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  79. I was wishing I had something JUST LIKE THIS when I was prepping some meals for my daughter's family (she just had baby #4). I will pass these along to her, and use them myself. THANKS!!!

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  80. This is a fantastic recipe. goes together without a hitch and tastes outstanding.

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