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Old 09-29-2014, 05:42 PM
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I'm living my parents right now (mom rarely cooks) and I like to spend my money on food at Trader Joe's and Whole Foods. I'm health cautious. Right now, I have breakfast at home twice a week and one meal at work and my other two meals at home. I hate it when I buy fresh produce that green beans I cooked the other day and I don't finish it all and then it goes bad. So I need suggestions for stuff I can cook and eat within the next couple days and not go bad. I'm also looking for the most reasonably priced options at Whole Foods. Also, there is a locally owned grocery market around. So if it Whole Foods doesn't have it, I'm willing to check there too.

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