Investment Cooking is a way of preparing meals by organizing your shopping, preparations and cooking in the most efficient way. You can simply double or triple the meal you are preparing for dinner tonight and put the other meal(s) in the freezer for another night. You can organize a cooking session based on a protein that you found on sale such as making several meals featuring chicken. Finally, you can devote an entire day to cooking resulting in a month or more of food ready and waiting in your freezer. Other names for investment cooking are bulk cooking, cooking for the freezer, or once a month cooking.
What are Whole Foods?
Whole foods are foods that are found as close to nature as possible. They include but are not limited to: freshly ground whole grains, purified water, beans, organic fruits and vegetables, “clean animals” as commanded in Leviticus 11 such as chicken, fish, beef, and venison, honey, unrefined oils such as olive oil and virgin coconut oil, butter, eggs, dairy products (preferably raw and certified), yogurt, kefir and other cultured dairy products, whole grains such as wheat, corn, spelt, barley, brown rice and many others.