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Posted: Wednesday, May 30, 2018 9:12 am

Cooking for two can be a challenge, especially for those of us who have spent decades feeding a family. The shift from high volume to small portions can be a bumpy transition, with much food going to waste.

However, this need not be the case. With just a bit of planning, you can cook once and eat twice without feeling like you’re stuck with leftovers.

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