October 2002 Issue
Cooking for One (or Two): Simple Steps for Healthful Meals
Solo living is on the rise. A growing trend since 1960, it’s not just due to young singles waiting longer to get married. Increasing numbers of older Americans are now living alone. Statistics show that about one-quarter of Americans age 65 to 75 live on their own, as do 4 of 10 over-75 seniors. Living alone brings advantages—particularly in the kitchen—that any generation can appreciate. You can cater to your own individual tastes and health needs. You save money.
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