The saying goes the more you buy, the more you save! This marketing ploy is dangerous but has an ounce of credence. Who doesn’t like to save money?
The idea of saving money by buying in greater quantities is the underlying message of those bulk clubs. Their claims of offering great savings, partly due to the fact that you’re buying volume truly helps save money.
However, at times, you may buy more than needed. With food that is never a good thing because the excess spoils and must be thrown away. If you buy ground beef in bulk, this will be perfect for you—small portion ground meat storage ground beef Japanese style.
First, she places the ground beef into a large freezer bag and flattens with a rolling pin, but you can use a bottle of wine if a pin is not available. Then she takes a chopstick, and presses into the meat. Use the back of knife if chopsticks are not close by. She presses vertically, dividing the meat into half, then vertically making six portions.
She then freezes the bag for 30 minutes. The result is six bricks of meat that can be thawed and used individually when needed. It reduces the storage space, and helps with portion control.
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