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5. Go with a Better Flow

The smarter your kitchen work setup, the easier it is to make meals at home. Restaurant fare is typically bigger, fattier, and more expensive than home-cooked meals. And when you make a meal yourself, you know exactly what you're getting. According to a recent study in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association, even the lighter-fare meals at many leading chains contain more calories than the restaurants claim.
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