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Embrace the Lawlessness of Quarantine Eating

Nothing else makes sense, so go ahead and eat three breakfasts

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II used to think I knew how to feed myself. My meals followed a routine: I started each morning with oatmeal, had a lunch I’d meal-prepped the Sunday before, and went out to dinner on the weekends. If I baked a dessert or bread, it was because I expected guests. None of these felt like…

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Julia Pugachevsky

Julia Pugachevsky

freelance writer with work in VICE, BuzzFeed News, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, Insider, and more.

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