Whether you live alone, with a partner, or with a family every night poses the anxiety-ridden question: What’s for dinner? More often than we would like to admit, hectic schedules and fatigue get in the way of meal planning, and we often end up scrounging for costly, convenient, and highly caloric options at the last minute. Len Penzo, a write for Time, offers a three-pronged solution to both make your dinner diet healthier and to slash your grocery costs. Read on and start living lighter.
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