My food choices involve many factors -- price, taste, health, transportation, distance, time to prepare and clean-up. Ultimately, most of my questions reveal that I have yet to secure a comfortable eating routine in my four years of college.
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There comes a time in every college student's life when the excessive snoozing that leaves you with only a few minutes before class and a painfully empty stomach just becomes too much.
My top tip for cooking during finals: plan ahead. Get some small quantities of basic, fresh ingredients (you're moving out soon anyways!) and get to cooking the Sunday beforehand.
Whether you're just starting college, headed that way or an upperclassman, here are a few tips that might help keep your weight in check away from home:
Slow-cooked food gets incredibly tasty, tough meats to grow rich and soft, and soups come away with extraordinary flavor. You have to plan ahead, but you get to do less work at the last minute.
It's been estimated that up to 30 percent of students experience eating disorder symptoms at some point during their college years and it's easy to see why.
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