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I thought this would be like her other book- Cook Once Eat all Week and man was I wrong! There is zero meal prep involved unless you consider cooking a lot of meat one night to be used the next. They are two-recipe chunks essentially. Some of the biggest issues I have with the book- 1) the recipe portions are inconsistent. Meal 1 one day will serve two and the Meal 2 will be for four. Or Meal 1 will be for 6 and Meal 2 is for 2. I am trying to feed my consistently numbered family and now have to figure out if I have to add more or less to make it the correct amount to feed people. I have made the mistake more than once of not having enough food because I didn't read the portion size assuming feeding 4 would be a minimum. 2) the cook times are wrong. I have made 8 things out of the book and 3/4 of the Meal 2s were still cold after baking. The cheeseburger casserole was especially disappointing- literally still completely cold. 3) a lot of the recipes are from her previous book :( 4) For a working mom- spending an hour cooking/prepping dinner is really hard. I was hoping for a CookOnce type version and it's completely not that. I have to spend my time writing a grocery list off the recipes and then doing my own prep on Sundays. You don't "cook once" you essentially cook a lot every other day and cook a little on the second day.
On the pro side- the recipes I have made taste decent and are more of a meal than the avocado with chicken on top type thing from the previous book. :)