Okay, I signed up yesterday for the National Healthy Challenge (I am SO psyched) and was immediately discouraged. This really rots. I'm taking a look at some of the recipes. They look really good. The thing is, I'm cooking for one. No way in the world Tink will eat it. So first inconvenience is a lot of prep work, cooking, and clean up for a little bitty meal. But, I could get past that. Now, some of the stuff...I look at it, and I think that there is no way I could purchase a single person serving of an ingredient. A fresh ingredient. Be is fish or produce...or like a chicken sausage. Who buys one chicken sausage? So I'd have to buy it in whatever amount it is sold in. Stick with me now. As I go further through the menu, I see that you use something once and then it are not going to be used again for a long time or at all. Which is wasteful, because say you buy broccoli in a bunch, but you only eat 1/2 cup on Wed for lunch, and then no broccoli again for 2 weeks. That's a waste of a lot of broccoli. I go to food pantries because I am broke. I don't want to be throwing away all but 3 leaves of swiss chard because I could not use it. Are you feeling me? I don't have a huge kitchen or a deep freeze. I have a little apartment sized fridge and freezer. Have any of you had this issue? How have you dealt with it? I'm looking at the recipes, going "yeah, I can do chicken, but sheesh that will get boring after awhile if I don't change it up now and then". If I can't afford the "accessories" to change it up, then what the heck? Sigh. I think this is why it was pizza rolls for so many years.