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Unread 10-02-2011, 10:27 PM   #28
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Originally Posted by dini View Post
I read in a magazine yesterday that Americans spend an average of 30 minutes a day cooking. Is that true? Here I am making everything from scratch...
We cook and bake WAAAAAAY less in the summer than the winter - hubby doesn't like me heating up the house while we are paying for the AC to run, but in the winter it helps heat up the house... and make it smell good... Plus, for some reason, I just have more energy in the winter than summer, heat seems to zap all my energy.

Also, a lot of folks cook BIG quantities on weekends when they are off work to reheat & eat all week - since it is an average maybe that accounts for some of it too? (trying to help us not look so lazy here...)
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