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Sharing is caring! Since you cannot eat it all, share your meals with others.  If you are at a restaurant, eat part of your meal and have the rest packed in a take home bag. Give that to someone who is asking for money on the streets. Or, bring it home for the next day’s meal.

 

If you enjoy cooking at home, yet can’t possibly finish a recipe’s worth, think of someone you can share with. Prepare some to give to a neighbor or friend who is under the weather. Another option is to find a local homeless shelter and find out how you can share with their mission. Feeding programs, like Meals-On-Wheels, often have their volunteers cook meals at home before they are brought in to be separated and distributed. 

This tip is courtesy of: Resolution Health

 

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