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February 29, 2008

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Reading over all of these meals makes me understand why I do feel like I spend so much time in the kitchen! We work so hard to set up for meals, eat the meals, clean up the meals! I'm so glad that you are joining the conversation.

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Thanks so much for sharing! I love that you included what you threw away. I needed to be reminded of that aspect of meal planning so that I can waste less. Though, fortunately, my boys are little vacuum cleaners and eat whatever is in sight.

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