subreddits related to r/aldi
r/Slowcooking is a food-related subreddit for sharing ideas, recipes or pictures in which a "slow cooker" was used in the preparation of meals. Many people think a slow cooker is named a "crock-pot," however this is a trademarked name of just one manufacturer. Slow cooking is an ideal method for cooking less expensive portions of meat to make them more tender and tasty than by other forms of cookery. Vegetarian and vegan dishes can also be made via slow cooking. - crockpot, slowcooker, crock
/r/MealPrepSunday is a subreddit dedicated to meal prepping. This is a space to discuss all things about meal prepping. Whether you're looking to prep to save time, money, or to get in those gains, this is the place to ask questions, get answers, and share your meal preps with the world of Reddit! Happy prepping!
The /r/FastFood subreddit is for news and reviews of fast food (aka quick-service), fast casual, and casual restaurants -- covering everything fast food from multinational chains, regional and local chains, independent hole-in-the-wall restaurants, convenience store and gas station prepared food, food trucks and food carts, the neighborhood taqueria, street vendors, etc.
Are you tired of paying too much for cable television? Join us and become a cordcutter today. We offer advice on live streaming and on demand services, antennas, and OTA DVRs. Get help with your Smart TV, Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, and Android TV. Discuss Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon. Learn about Sling TV, PS Vue, FuboTV, DirecTV Now, YouTube TV and Philo.
For women and gender non-binary redditors who are fit, want to be fit, like reading about fitness to put off getting fit. Feel free to discuss your own personal experience related to fitness, exercise, dieting, gaining weight, body image, and health.
Advice, challenges, questions, inspiration and discussions about how to be able to handle all the stuff you have and how to get rid of things you no longer need or want. For people who want to tidy up and get rid of their clutter (physical, visual, digital, or otherwise). Designed to be a related site to /r/minimalism, however it's up to you to decide how much or how little you want.