THE most important job every wife and mother has is that of feeding her family. Many women consider planning for these meals a tedious task and not worth the time. This is a big mistake. It has caused many families to be ill-fed and sickly. Meal planning can be fun and very rewarding. Why It Is Important? The physical well-being, the mental alertness of your family depend largely on what they eat. It is the job of the homemaker to plan and prepare the kind of meals capable of achieving this. Menus hastily planned before serving may result in inadequate meals. Develop the habit of planning the family's meals several days or a week ahead. Planning saves you money. "Impulse buying" - buying on the spur of the moment because something looks attractive or is on "special - can raise your food costs.
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