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From Freezer to Table - 75+ Simple Whole Foods Recipes for Gathering Cooking and Sharing - cover

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From Freezer to Table - 75+ Simple Whole Foods Recipes for Gathering Cooking and Sharing

Polly Conner, Rachel Tiemeyer

Publisher: Rodale

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Freezer cooking has never been so easy, fun, and totally delicious.
 
From Freezer to Table is the ultimate guidebook for transforming the way your family cooks, eats, and freezes. The chapters are packed with freezer cooking basics, practical tips for Freezer Cooking Parties and Freezer Clubs, and plenty of motivation and tools to make freezer cooking second nature. With more than 75 simple, family-friendly recipes--all made from whole food ingredients--this book shows how you can stock your freezer with favorites, like Mixed Berry Oat Scones, Parmesan and Herb Chicken Tenders, and slow-cooker Killer Carnitas.
 
Prepare to reclaim your kitchen from processed foods, all while saving your wallet, your waistline, and your time! With a freezer full of the easy dishes in this book, you can enjoy tasty, stress-free meals around the table with those you love, even on your busiest days.

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