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February 2006 Issue

Dining Alone or at a Table for Two? How to Make It Easier

Eating alone doesnít mean you canít eat well. But it is often more challenging to buy and use produce and other fresh foods before they go bad. And it can be hard to muster up the motivation to cook every night for just one or even two. Here are ENís tips to deal with these obstacles and still eat healthfully.

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