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There is a common misconception that personal chefs are unaffordable for the average person. If we do the math, you'll see that having a personal chef can actually save your money and priceless time. 


EATING OUT: Due to convenience, many Americans resort to eating outside of the home 4-5 times per week, according to the latest data. Aside from the known fact that frequent eating out is associated with obesity from foods higher in calories, sodium, sugar, and bad fats, tend to cost more. It's not cheap to eat out! An average meal with a beverage, appetizer, and entree for one person at a popular restaurant chain comes to about $30 plus tax and tip. Now multiple this by 5 times a week, and by the number of people in your family. Also, think about the time it takes you to get to and from said restaurant and the gas money involved. 


EATING IN: Even if you were to cook healthy meals at home, the USDA estimates that a family with two adults and two children would spend on average $250 a week. Now let's factor in time spent grocery shopping (1-2 hours), time spent preparing meals and cleaning up (1-2 hours each night), and gas money to and from the grocery stores (have you seen the price of gas these days?!). Using personal chef services, you'd still be paying the grocery cost, but you'd be saving 8-16 hours of time per week. You can use that extra valuable time to spend with your family, exercise, relax, or do whatever else you haven't had time for. And as icing on the cake, Chef Kat knows where to shop for the best value food and can help you cut down on your grocery bills substantially.  


A BETTER SOLUTION: If you're interested in saving money on grocery bills while avoiding the rat race of shopping, saving time during your week, avoiding overly processed unhealthy "fast" foods, and coming home to a clean kitchen with no dishes to do and a delicious, healthy meal made from scratch, then Natty Queens Cuisine can be your solution. 


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