Each week CKUMB feeds 150 local folks in Dorchester and we have some restrictions with meal planning. We focus on nutrition education, so our meals must be healthy and because grocery bags with ingredients and recipes are given to families on Wednesdays, the meals must be fairly quick. We don't have refrigeration space right now, so they also must be non-perishable with the exception of veggies. Ideas?
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