March 5th, 2008

Freezing Macaroni and Cheeze

I've been wanting to make some macaroni and fake cheeze with the recipe from http://blog.fatfreevegan.com. The thing is I'm not sure my other half will have any interest in eating it and I don't want it to go to waste.

So...has anyone ever frozen the stuff fresh from the stove? I was thinking of freezing portions to take for lunch during the week and enjoying every last bite of the macaroni goodness for myself.

Healthy Meals with Limited Resources

Hi all-
Starting Sunday I am going to be moving to Allentown, PA to live with my father. He just informed me that he has 'a really big microwave' but not much else. I am currently training for a half marathon, so that is also a huge factor. Monday through Friday I will be at the local hospital from 9-3 doing a partial hospitalization program (they said lunch is provided..the vegan food I received in the hospital two weeks ago has prompted me to bring my own lunch). ANY ideas would be greatly appreciated! We are by a Wegman's I know and I hear they've got some great stuff.

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the tofu spectrum

A couple of weeks ago, I opened and drained a block of tofu, and in haste, put it in a plastic container with a badly fitting blue lid I could not for the life of me get to seal shut, and stuck it in the freezer. About a week later, stuck it in the fridge to defrost it, noting it had discolored somewhat to a yellowish color, but hoped it might just be attributed to freezer burn. Today I looked at it again, and the yellow color has mostly gone away, though the top seems to have mysteriously become covered with splotches of pink. All signs point to Throw Away, but I still really want to eat it... but I also still want to live. It still smells pretty benign. Should I chance it?

Darn my terrible kitchen maintenance skills.