The main reason I stopped freezer cooking is because I don't believe it is healthy. I believe it contributed to my ill health that eventually came about, that along with stress.
I'm not talking about frozen food, such as vegetables, that are actually better for you frozen than fresh vegetables that have sat too long. When a farmer picks vegetables and immediately freezes them, it locks in more nutrients than when he picks fresh and is transported and sits at the store and by the time you eat it, it has lost a lot of nutrients. The BEST way to eat vegetables is from your own garden. Pick and serve that day or week for the best nutritional value. Second best is buy from a local farm within a week after they pick it. Third best is frozen. Canned is of course is the worst from all the studies I've read.
So, frozen vegetables are great but what is not great is buying store-bought vegetables, frozen vegetables or canned and then mixing them in a meal and freezing them. You really are going to miss over half, if not more, of the nutrient value.
Cooking raw meat and then freezing it is not a good idea either I believe. Stick with fresh or frozen raw meat.
Also, I used a lot of canned tomato products to make homemade sauces and I believe that was incredibly not-healthy! When you open a canned item, especially an acidic item like tomatoes - you should use it right away. Never use it to make homemade sauces that will be not be used within a few days! I believe there is a health danger to freezing open canned items.
Now you know why I quit freezer cooking. I believe it was a large factor in my ill health as what you eat for 3 months doesn't show up in your body till the next 3 months. It can take 3-6 months to rebuild your nutritional stores in your body and health. Fresh is usually always better - cook fresh meals for your family. Learn how to garden! We really need to get back to the basics in our country, not only for health reasons, but for financial and to develop a good work ethic in future generations.