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    small amounts of ingredients like spices and such at grocery stores in the bulk aisle--you can get just whatever you need for whatever dish you have planned. That way, the teaspoon you need only ends up costing like 8 cents. The hardest thing about cooking is you do have to do some planning, but you save so much money and eat much healthier, it's worth it. And as Lynn said, ANYONE can learn to cook. You may never show up throwing crazy things together on the Food Network, but you can make tasty, basic, healthy meals. Bittman's books are really good, and there are a few that specialize in recipes for one or two only, so you don't have tons of leftovers. You CAN do it!

    "No one has the right to spend their life without being offended." Philip Pullman

    by zaynabou on Thu Nov 15, 2012 at 02:48:33 PM PST

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