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6.02F Meal Preparation Strategies

6.02F MEAL PREPARATION STRATEGIES

Scratch

Semi-homemade / Speed-scratch

Finished / ConvenienceSlide2

6.02F Meal Preparation Strategies

SCRATCH COOKING

Meal preparation that uses a recipe and no convenience foods for most foods served.Slide3

6.02F Meal Preparation Strategies

Advantages of Scratch Cooking

One can choose what ingredients go in to flavor the dish and provides maximum variety, creativity, and more flavorful in meal preparation.

(Example:

-Like lots of onions, add extra onions to the casserole

-Add more spices if you prefer

-OR substitute chicken

instead of beef)Slide4

6.02F Meal Preparation Strategies

Are there recipes where ingredients cannot be changed?

Yes! Basic ingredients in baked goods CANNOT be changed such as basic flour, fat, or liquid ingredients.

Flavoring ingredients like cinnamon or vanilla can be changed.Slide5

6.02F Meal Preparation Strategies

Advantages to Scratch Cooking

You can control

ingredients

based on

health concerns. (Example:

someone in your family has high blood pressure;

change or omit the

amount of salt the recipe calls for)Slide6

6.02F Meal Preparation Strategies

Advantages to Scratch Cooking

Provides maximum nutritional value

Fewer additives and preservatives

Usually less waste in packaging

Uses quality fresh ingredients

Scratch cooking can be a way to relieve stress

Share time with family and friendsSlide7

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Advantages of Scratch Cooking

Saves you

MONEY!

While your time is worth money, the money you save buying your own ingredients can help trim your food bill.Slide8

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Disadvantages of Scratch Cooking

Takes more time to plan

Takes more time to shop

Takes more time to prepareSlide9

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Examples of Scratch Cooking

Making biscuits using a recipe with flour, shortening, and buttermilk instead of from a can.

Cooking pasta, adding milk, eggs, and cheese to make baked macaroni and cheese instead of using a box version.Slide10

6.02F Meal Preparation Strategies

Semi-homemade/Speed Scratch

Meal preparation that uses a convenience food, such as a mix or already prepared food as part of the recipe.

+

pancake mix = speed scratch pancakesSlide11

6.02F Meal Preparation Strategies

Advantages of Semi-Homemade/Speed Scratch

Saves time and energy by providing short cuts

Adds variety and creativity to recipes

Usually less expensive than convenience foods

Easier for inexperienced cooks to prepare recipes with more confidence than scratch recipesSlide12

6.02F Meal Preparation Strategies

Disadvantages of Semi-Homemade/Speed scratch

Flavor may not be what you wanted (example: too strongly flavored in some ways and not enough in others)

Mixes tend to be high in fat, salt, sugar, and refined grains—less good nutrition than scratch recipes

Less meal appeal than scratch

More preservatives and additives than scratch

Extra packaging

More costly than scratchSlide13

6.02F Meal Preparation Strategies

Examples of Semi-Homemade/Speed Scratch

Browned ground beef + canned beans + canned tomato sauce + spices = chili

-use dried beans to save money and sodium, but it takes several hours to prepare dried beans

-using canned beans takes only minutes

Baking a cake, cookies, or brownies from a box mix

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6.02F Meal Preparation Strategies

Examples of Semi-Homemade/Speed Scratch

Bananas + instant pudding + vanilla wafer = banana pudding

-use homemade pudding to control sugar and add nutrition with eggs

-instant pudding is ready in 5 minutes, preparing homemade pudding, even in the microwave, takes about 8 minutesSlide15

6.02F Meal Preparation Strategies

Finished/Convenience Foods

Meal planning and preparation that uses all precooked, ready-to-eat, serve and eat foods

Can be used as a whole meal or as parts of a meal

May be purchased at a store or restaurant.Slide16

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Advantages to using finished/convenience foods

Convenient

Time saving (macaroni & cheese)‏

Energy saving

Fear of cooking success is minimized

Usually more nutritious than fast foods (read labels) Slide17

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Disadvantages of Using Finished/Convenience Foods

More expensive than the other meal preparation strategies

Highest sodium/ fat content than the other meal preparation strategies

Flavor and appearance

may not compare as well as the other meal preparation strategies

More additives and preservatives than all other meal preparation strategies

More packaging than the other meal preparation strategiesSlide18

6.02F Meal Preparation Strategies

Examples of Finished/Convenience Foods

Roasted chickens

Bagged salads

Pre-cut fresh fruits

and vegetables

Canned foods

Frozen fruits

Frozen pizzas and other entreesSlide19

6.02F Meal Preparation Strategies

Examples of Finished/Convenience Foods

Bakery items-cakes and pies

Packaged cookies

Using as parts of a meal, items such as restaurant made salads, side dishes, or entrees.

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