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Making quiche is a great way to have ready made meals for several weeks if necessary. I found a basic quiche recipe years ago and replace the ricotta cheese (8 oz) with cottage cheese (8 oz) and use any combination of par-boiled and sauteed veggies and spices with meat,other cheeses, 3 eggs and sometimes cow's milk or soy milk and bake for 35 min. I make 2 quiche(s?) and immediately freeze one wrapped first with alum foil and then a solid plastic bag. Most often I only eat one slice per meal preferably accompanied by salad and greet tea. For years I had not used dairy products but would make an exception for quiche and use the cottage cheese but excluded the other dairy products. If I make 3 or 4 large dinners (be it quiche or black bean soup etc) I get to rotate my meals and save money and calories. Oh, by the way...I hate making pie crust so I purchase the frozen ones. Its worth it.