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The Power of Meal Multiplication
Our goal in Crunch Time is to share ways to take one meal, one effort and give it exponential life across a few meals.   We start with one weekend plan that will give us a couple of meals throughout the week.   For instance,  on prep day we: roast a chicken and extra chicken breasts with tomatoes and potatoes; cook pasta; wash and cut: lettuce, cucumbers, broccoli, and garlic, basil, strawberries, oranges.
Meal 1 - Roast Chicken, tomatoes and potatoes
Meal 2 - Margarita Pasta - cut chicken, garlic, roasted tomatoes and pasta, basil
Meal 3 - Greek Salad (sliced chicken breast, lettuce, fresh tomatoes, cucumbers, feta cheese) and sliced oranges
Meal 4 - Chicken Breast (reheated), steamed broccoli, smashed roasted potatoes, and strawberries
Chicken Apple Sausage²
Tuna Steaks³
Grilled Lobster²
Zucchini Ribbons²


Possibilities Waiting to be Created

Possibilities Waiting to be Created
Santa Monica Farmers Market

Crunch Time

Gives any well-intentioned cook, completely possible ways to get more real, fresh food onto the table without being shackled to a recipe or breaking the bank or getting an uprising from finicky eaters.
We are big on quick food prep - Chop Therapy - to make real food into fast food and we use what we term flavor savors that give a flavor punch to foods instead of using preservatives or processed ingredients.
We love getting the whole family involved in the food preparation effort. We also use some momgenutity for presenting real food in our homes so it stands a chance against the marketing assault of the Happy Meal.
Please share your ideas and share our posts with anyone you know who might want more real food in their meals.

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