If you can't feed yourself you'll either starve or spend a lot of money on takeaways, or even more on eating out. You could of course become dependant on someone else, like your sister or your mother in-law, however, I don't recommend giving your power away to a well meaning relative, when you can easily learn to feed yourself.
To feed yourself you need to know something about food and cooking, so I'm covering this in two parts: buying food and preparing meals.
You probably know where to go to buy food: the supermarket, the butcher's, the baker's, the greengrocer's or fruit and veg shop. If your life has been anything like mine, you've probably been sent down to one or more of those places with a list at some point.
Now that you're on your own, the challenge is writing the list before you go. And, writing a list is essential, if you don't want to blow your budget or wind up with a lot of stuff that you'll end up throwing out.
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