CTC031 – Freeze Foods and Save Money Part Two

CTC031 – Freeze Foods and Save Money Part Two

Freeze Foods and Save Money Part Two

Hello and welcome. So in my part of the world we are in a heat wave right now. It’s been reaching temperatures as high as 38C or 100F. It’s so important to stay cool and hydrated in this weather. I’ve recently written a blog on the dangers of dehydration, I recommend you give it a read.

And just for fun, here’s a hot weather joke.

As George got out of the shower he said to his wife “honey, it’s too darned hot to wear clothes today, what do you think the neighbors will say if I mow the lawn naked”. “That I married you for your money”.

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Today is part two of freezing foods and saving money and time, I’ll be sharing 12 more foods for you to freeze.

In this episode we talk about

  • 5 natural ways to help deal with and prevent heartburn
  • Start thinking about food in the long-term not short-term
  • Is healthy food too expensive
  • 12 more foods you can start freezing to save money and time

Listen to Episode 31


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Music credit: Dedicated (Celtic Flute Mix) by Duck.  If you like the intro music, I encourage you to listen to the entire song here.