Food Comparison

October 2011 Issue

Help with Dinner, the Healthy Way

There are some people who cook every meal from scratch, and there are others who eat every meal in a restaurant. But most fall somewhere in between these two extremes. And, for that majority, there are nights when neither extreme is an option. Those are the nights when a little extra help from the store is needed. You want to cook your meal, but need all the prep—cutting, seasoning, and sauce-making—to be done for you. That’s when those handy-dandy “helper” boxes or frozen skillet meals in your grocery store come to the rescue.

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