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Cooking Hacks for Lazy People!!! (Vegan)

Watch the video above for cooking hacks for lazy people!   

I don’t know about you but I am always looking for ways to minimize the time I spend in the kitchen on a regular basis. Don’t get me wrong – I am all for making a nice, fancy meal… ONCE IN A WHILE. But on a daily basis, when I am running around trying to get things done, I don’t want to be spending hours in the kitchen to prepare a meal.

That’s why I want to share some must-know cooking hacks for lazy people who still want to eat relatively healthy and not be eating out all the time. These are definitely helpful for me, so hopefully they will be helpful for you.

Watch the video above for my lazy cooking hacks! 

The video also contains a VERY lazy pasta “recipe” (more of just a lazy idea for a very quick one-pot pasta). Literally one of those dishes that you would prepare with the scraps you have in your kitchen!

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4 thoughts on “Cooking Hacks for Lazy People!!! (Vegan)”

  1. My pantry and fridge are ALWAYS full. Even if it’s 75% full, I assume we’re missing something important and run to the grocery store to fill up that space! LOL! It’s definitely a great way to make sure that I don’t run out of food. I just make sure to use up everything before they go bad!

  2. You can freeze ginger and cilantro the same way! The easiest way to freeze garlic, cilantro and ginger is using mini ice cube trays. Put in a little bit of water to hold it together in the cube shape. Pop the cubes, once frozen into a freezer bag. Then, when it’s time to cook, just pull out a cube or two and toss it into your pot/pan. You can also use mini silicone ice cube trays with lids and just leave it in there til ready to use. Link: http://a.co/8ip98gH

  3. Lisa Criswell

    Just an fyi. I learned the very hard way that after being cut, onions create toxins that can cause severe reactions. My daughter at about 10 yo started getting very sick with intense, horrifically smelling vomit (I know…gross) this was happening frequently. I took her to many doctors who could not diagnose a problen. Then i read this about onions and realized it started happening at the same time I was cutting and freezing onions. As soon as u stopped using previously cut onions her illness stopped. You can read about how cut onions create toxins in sure by googling. Also please note not everyone us sensitive to onion toxins. But this could be a big problem…and costly from all the doctors you might see.

  4. Would love to hear in one of your videos about safety rules of prepping food ahead of time and/or freezing. I am a baby vegan and not a natural cook to begin with, so it would be very helpful to know tips for managing that. For example, how long can I keep that minced garlic in the freezer? What is the danger of keeping it too long anyways?

    Cooking hacks of my own– (actually I learned from my boyfriend lol) — when you mix pasta and or anything else with a sauce, put it all in a tupperware with the lid sealed and shake away! This is much easier than stirring by hand, especially if you have weak arm muscles like me xD

    Ps. If by chance you read this I am dying to ask you a fee questions. What would be the best format to do that? I did not see an FAQ section or contact section on your website 🙁 I know you are a busy lady, but please let me know!

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