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10 Ways to Cook Once And Eat Twice

Eat This, Not That! Logo By © Provided by Eat This, Not That! of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 12: <p>By The Editors of Eat This, Not That!</p><p>You might not use the terms "pizza box" and "serving dish" interchangeably, but if you’re like most people, you probably could.</p><p>That’s because 64 percent of people spend little to no time preparing their meals. Unfortunately the inexpensive, time-saving foods that people choose most often are also the ones that are the highest in sugar, fat, and calories. Thankfully, we have a culinary solution that’ll perfectly fit your budget, schedule, and diet: Set aside 20 minutes on Sunday to check off our 17-item shopping list (listed at the bottom of the article), then forget about your collection of takeout menus.</p><p>With our 5-day menu, you’ll have the precise number of ingredients to create 10 fast, flavorful meals, all of which are designed to help melt fat while saving you money. (The average price of ten meals eaten out: about $120; the total price of our meals: $47.96.) Each night, you’ll simply prepare a quick and easy dinner and then creatively use the leftovers to assemble the next day’s lunch. Call it the mixologist’s guide to eating. These double-duty meals are surefire ways to save cash and keep leftovers from making it to the trash. Looking to get even more bang for your buck? Don’t miss these <a href="http://www.eatthis.com/save-at-grocery-store">30 Ways to Save at the Grocery Store</a>.</p>

10 Ways to Cook Once And Eat Twice

By The Editors of Eat This, Not That!

You might not use the terms "pizza box" and "serving dish" interchangeably, but if you’re like most people, you probably could.

That’s because 64 percent of people spend little to no time preparing their meals. Unfortunately the inexpensive, time-saving foods that people choose most often are also the ones that are the highest in sugar, fat, and calories. Thankfully, we have a culinary solution that’ll perfectly fit your budget, schedule, and diet: Set aside 20 minutes on Sunday to check off our 17-item shopping list (listed at the bottom of the article), then forget about your collection of takeout menus.

With our 5-day menu, you’ll have the precise number of ingredients to create 10 fast, flavorful meals, all of which are designed to help melt fat while saving you money. Each night, you’ll simply prepare a quick and easy dinner and then creatively use the leftovers to assemble the next day’s lunch. Call it the mixologist’s guide to eating. These double-duty meals are surefire ways to save cash and keep leftovers from making it to the trash. 

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