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not a treatise on the relative merits of the river street whole foods

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not a treatise on the relative merits of the river street whole foods

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tomgaroo | | Nov 14, 2008 12:15 PM

However, I am bewildered by the move toward prepared foods at the expense of inventory. Does WF know something about the economy that the rest of the world doesn't? Are we to assume that buying prepared food at unreasonably high prices somehow trumps the purchase of ingredients at unreasonably high prices to be used in the preparation of home-cooked meals? Are they in league with the restaurateurs around town in an effort to make people forget how to cook? Are there any answers? Am I alone in bemoaning this dumbing down of the inventory?

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