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Food Assignment - for lunch and I skipped dinner the first...

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Elizabeth R. Katzki Two Days on $2.50 a Day Eating on $2.50 a day was nearly impossible. The more I tried to think about what I should eat and how to plan it, the hungrier I got. I ended up not eating much towards the end of the day because I would eat too much for breakfast and a little bit less
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Unformatted text preview: for lunch and I skipped dinner the first day. The first day, I ate a z-bar, which I thought would be worth the 75 cents, but turned out to be a waste, because I just got hungrier later because I ate breakfast....
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