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    Never tried it as I have more time to cook now being semi-retired plus if I don’t cook we always have stuff in the refrigerator to grab. Just ate breakfast out Saturday with friends and my French toast with sausage patty was 5.80 before tip. We also have a ton of good places that do cheap happy hour

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    We tried BA back when they first launched a few years ago. As others have said, the quality of ingredients is good, everything was there, the recipes work well. We're definitely in their target demographic. All that said, we didn't stick with it. It was nice but not nice enough to keep spending the money. We generally spend less when cooking at home.

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    I looked at their website to day and was happy to see you can get their recipes through there. Just buying the ingredients is what would have to be done.
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