There's no denying the fact that cooking at home more often will have a positive affect on your pocketbook. If that's not incentive enough for you to start making more meals at home, the folks at Fix.com have found five other benefits -- health and social -- to eating home-cooked meals. From reducing your carbon footprint to living a longer life, getting out your pots and pans is obviously a better idea than reaching for the take-out menu.
Now, we know that this is easier said than done. Lucky for all of us, our friends at Fix have also offered ideas for how to make this chore easier to incorporate into our daily routine. Check out their chart below for all that good information.
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