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By Cathy Pearl
1 In the freezer section of a grocery store, there are many types of frozen meals to pick from. There are meals for people who have a big appetite. There are also meals for people who are trying to lose weight. The choices seem endless.
2 One of the first things you have to figure out is what you like to eat. There are simple frozen foods, like pizza or macaroni and cheese. There are full meals that include vegetables and desserts. Buy what you like.
3 Frozen foods need to be kept frozen until you are ready to cook them. This means you will have to have room in your freezer for all the food that you buy. One good thing about most frozen meals is that they are sold in boxes. The boxes are easy to stack and store in the freezer. Other frozen meals are sold in bags. The bags may take up more room in the freezer than the boxes. The bags of frozen meals usually feed more than one person. Buy these if you aren't eating alone. You can also buy bags of frozen meals if you like leftovers. You can eat a portion one time and save the rest for a different time. You might eat the leftovers for lunch the next day.
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