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  • All the goodness of home cooking, with the convenience of micro-meals
  • All the goodness of home cooking, with the convenience of micro-meals
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Meals in a Jar: bridging the gap between quality and convenience

In an age where time is as valuable as money, many consumers are economising on both. Convenient and healthy, Meals in a Jar demonstrates that quality needn't be sacrificed for speed.

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In an age where time is as valuable as money, many consumers are economising on both – but remain reluctant to sacrifice quality for speed. Julie Languille's Meals in a Jar demonstrates how the absolute convenience of pre-prepared meals can be combined with high-quality, healthy food – two things that once might once have been considered anathema.

In line with an increasingly fluid approach to routines, these pressure-canned home-cooked meals can be eaten at any time, with a minimum of preparation – leaving people with more time to spend on other things. Meals in a Jar advocates self-sufficiency ...

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