Tuesday’s Tip Jar – Freezer Meat List

March 17, 2009 at 8:32 am 2 comments


I almost always buy meat in bulk. At home, I put the meat into quart size freezer bags (1 pound per bag), label each bag with the type of meat as well as the date and freeze. In order to know how much meat I have in my freezer, I have a list of my meat on my refrigerator door and how much I have of each item. This is very helpful to see what I have available, and works very well, as long as I remember to keep the list updated. 🙂

When I start to get low on an item, I begin keeping an eye out for a good deal in the ads.

My goal is to switch to grass-fed meat in the very near future and tdeally, I hope to only buy grass-fed meat from now on. Unfortunately, I have not yet found somewhere to buy it that is purely grass-fed and not super expensive. I am hoping that more meat will be available this summer and that I can begin to stock up then.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Becki@BlogMommas  |  March 17, 2009 at 9:29 am

    I like the idea of a list on the fridge – makes meal planning a lot easier as you don’t have to stand there searching through the freezer.

    Happy Tuesday!

  • 2. Jill  |  March 17, 2009 at 12:40 pm

    We would love to eat grass-fed meat at our house, too. It’s so expensive. Great tips!


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