3Resources for Meal Planning timeenergyskillsequipmentavailable foodmoney
4Resources for Meal Planning Planning healthful meals ahead of time helps you:make the most of your time.stay energized.take advantage of each family member’s cooking skills.build meals around seasonal and less expensive foods.ensure good nutrition.
5The Food Budget Food budgets help families manage expenses. Influences on food spending include:income.number of family members.age of family members.available time.food preparation skills.frequency of dining out.amount of food wasted.budgetA plan for managingmoney.5
6The Food Budget Cost-cutting strategies include: eating at home. cooking economical dishes.browsing food ads.reducing waste.Government programs give food to the ill, the elderly, and the unemployed.
7Planning for Convenience Meals made from scratch take time and energy.Preparation time savers include:one dish meals, such as salads or casseroles.convenience foods, which can be a part of healthful, balanced meals.convenience foodsFoods that have been processed to make them easier and faster to use.
8Planning for Convenience How do convenience foods compare to less processed, or whole, foods?CategoryConvenience Foods Versus Whole FoodsUsing convenience foods can save hours of cooking time.TimeConvenience foods cost more than whole foods, because they require more processing.CostProcessing foods for convenience can remove nutrients, or introduce unhealthful ingredients.NutritionProcessing changes a food’s flavor, color, and texture, which may reduce its appeal.Meal Appeal
9Planning for AppealFlavor, color, texture, shape, size, and temperature affect a meal’s appeal.Foods should complement each other.complementElement or ingredient ofsomething.
10Weekly Meal Planning Planning meals ahead of time: helps keep meals varied and interesting.helps you follow a healthful eating plan.makes grocery shopping easier and quicker.
11ReviewDo you remember the vocabulary terms from this chapter? Use the following slides to check your knowledge of the definitions.The slides in this section include both English and Spanish terms and definitions.Start
12rolepapelA set of responsibilities based on your different relationships to others.Conjunto de responsabilidades basadas en las diferentes relaciones con otros.Show Definition
13A plan for managing money. Un plan para manejar el dinero. budgetpresupuestoA plan for managing money.Un plan para manejar el dinero.Show Definition
14staples artículos comunes Basic items that are used on a regular basis, such as milk, cereal, eggs,and bread.Artículos básicos que se usan regularmente en condiciones normales, como la leche, los huevos, los cereales y el pan.Show Definition
15A product of agriculture, often surplus food purchased from farmers. commodityproducto básicoA product of agriculture, oftensurplus food purchased from farmers.Un producto de la agricultura, generalmente es el excedente que los agricultores venden.Show Definition
16Preparing a dish from basic ingredients. scratch cookingcocina caseraPreparing a dish from basic ingredients.Preparar un platillo desde sus ingredientes básicos.Show Definition
17Foods that have been processed to make them easier and faster to use. convenience foodscomidas convenientesFoods that have been processed to make them easier and faster to use.Alimentos que han sido procesados para que su uso sea fácil y rápido.Show Definition
18Shelf-stable foods sold loose in covered bins or barrels. bulk foodsalimentos a granelShelf-stable foods sold loose in covered bins or barrels.Alimentos no perecederos que se venden sueltos en botes cubiertos o en barriles.Show Definition
19speed-scratch cooking cocina casera rápida An approach to cooking that uses a few convenience foods along with basic ingredients for easier meal preparation.Método de cocinar que usa unos alimentos ya preparados e ingredientes básicos para preparar fácilmente una comida.Show Definition
20Que sigue uno después de otro. consecutiveconsecutivoFollowing one afteranother.Que sigue uno después de otro.Show Definition