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Old 08-04-2011, 07:29 PM   #3
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Yes, I can sacrifice some time. However, with gas prices being what they are, I don't think it makes sense to drive a long distance to save some money on food that is already cheap. So yes, I can give up "fast" if it means the food can be "cheap and healthy." Do you have any examples? Energy is a concern for me, by the way. Cooking does require electricity and pots and pans do deteriorate. That said, if it is at all possible, I can consume food in the raw form if it still has the same or similar nutritional value.

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