10 Times Eating Out Is Cheaper Than Cooking

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A couple of years ago, an informal study came out about how groceries had gotten so out of hand that eating out was cheaper than cooking. Granted, the first person to test the mettle of the theory found it pretty lacking, since it apparently assumed you were going to make one meal with your ingredients, then throw everything else away. Still, there are a couple of high-pressure, high-stress situations where eating out might work in your favor. 

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