Food Comparison

September 2011 Issue

EN’s Best Picks for Grab & Go Eating

Sure, ideally, every meal you have would be eaten at home comprising a variety of wholesome ingredients. But for most of us, the ideal world and the real world are miles apart most of the time. So, we do what we can with what we have; sometimes that means the occasional meal from a convenience store or filling our bellies while we’re filling our gas tanks. At one time a meal from such an establishment meant either a week-old donut or that lone hotdog that looked as if it had been spinning on the hot dog cooker since the day the store opened. But, not anymore. You can still find donuts and hotdogs, but you can also pick up chicken wings, brownies, fruit, hardboiled eggs, and much more.

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