There's been a lot of discussion about the right and wrong food to store in the refrigerator and freezer. Once you've cleared up what belongs where, the next step is knowing how long the food will last.
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A shaved vegetable salad -- it holds up well, even on the second day. Try sturdy vegetables like fennel, celery, and radishes, then toss them with herbs and dressing. Then add a protein, like tinned fish.
Chicken and onions roast quickly while staying moist in a steam oven. Then the roasting juices and onions are combined with bread cubes, currants and arugula to create a lighter variation on stuffing.
Each recipe serves two hungry people with too much self-respect to survive on ramen and Easy Mac. Your safest bet is to make them all within a week of grocery shopping to ensure that the ingredients stay