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First thing every morning, Ellen Talles starts her day by draining a supersize Styrofoam cup filled with Diet Coke and crushed ice. The 61-year-old from Boca Raton, Fla., drinks another Diet Coke in the car on the way to work and keeps a glass nearby "at all times" at her job as a salesclerk. By the end of the day she has put away about 2 liters.
"I just love it," she says. "I crave it, need it. My food tastes better with it."
Talles sounds a lot like an addict. Replace her ever-present glass of Diet Coke with a cigarette, and she'd make a convincing two-pack-a-day smoker. In fact, she says, she buys her 2-liter bottles 10 at a time - more if a hurricane is in the offing - because if she notices she's down to her last one, she panics "like somebody who doesn't have their pack of cigarettes."
While you're frying up some eggs and bacon, we're cooking up something else: a way to celebrate today's food holiday and the most delicious finds on TV.
No time? No oven? No cooking skills? No problem. March is National Frozen Food Month.
From Salisbury steak to giblet gravy and sliced turkey, broccoli with cheese sauce to cut okra, the frozen food aisle is filled with everything you could ever need. It’s easy to transport, prepare and eat.
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