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Batch cooking can save you a lot of time because you are preparing or cooking food in large batches that can be spread out over the course of a week (or even a month). You can learn more about the benefits of batch cooking (and meal planning) here.
But, what if you don’t like to cook? What if you downright hate it?
You may dislike cooking because it takes you away from other more interesting activities. You may not like to cook because it makes a huge mess in the kitchen and you spend as much time cleaning as you do cooking. Or, you just may not be any good at it and your dishes never turn out the way they’re supposed to and you’re just too frustrated to step back into the kitchen.
Whatever your reasons are for not wanting to cook, there are some tips to help you face your kitchen demons so you can start preparing and cooking healthy, nutritious meals for you and your family again.
Batch cooking is every cook’s (and non-cook’s) dream because you only have to set aside one day a week to do all the cooking. Then the rest of the week is a cinch to throw dinner together, 20-30 minutes tops.