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Eating out is more beneficial than a home cooked meal because it is less timeconsuming all you have to do is pick a restaurant It is also easier to decide what youwould like to eat however eating at home is cheaper a family could make two meals outof twenty dollars Eating at home is also healthier than fast food dining because you areOne night my family and I decided to eat at Burger King and we already knewwhat we were going to order I chose a Whopper large french fries and a soda The foodwas ready in only five minutes After we were finished I did not have to worry aboutwashing dishes all we had to do was throw away our trash and we were out of the door ItHowever the only thing that was not thanking me was my wallet Eating out sureis expensive I paid 1572 for three people to eatForget about maintaining a diet too The Whopper has 35 grams of fat I will notmention the fat content of french fries since they are fried in grease Perhaps I will startOn the other hand today was not as easy I pondered on the idea of what to cookfor hours I finally decided on baked chicken mashed potatoes and french bread I tookout the chicken to defrost and four hours later it was thawed enough to start cookingAfter I had peeled the potatoes another twenty minutes had passed Finally one hourlater dinner was served It took approximately 8 12 hours to decide what to eat and tocook the food Now that dinner was finished I though that I could relax I was wrong Istill had to clean the mess I had made in the kitchenNow that I am finished cleaning the kitchen I can sit down relax and order thatnew dress I was looking at on QVC since I have money left over Today dinner only costme 985 and I even have food
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