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eating out costs

There's a deli near my office where you can get a breakfast for $5-6. Say $5. 6 of them would be $30.

From the store, a dozen eggs is under $2, decent bread is under $5, call it $7 including butter costs. 6 sausages can be $6-9, so $13-16 for six almost-equivalent breakfasts.

Almost because I think the deli breakfasts include potatoes, which I'm not cooking fast for breakfast anyway. Unless I microwaved frozen hash browns. Another $3-5 for that.

Of course, this deli seems unusually cheap for Boston. Probably more common to be $8 menu, $10 after tax and tip, after which you're looking at $60 for 6 of those.

The same place sold me a basic pastrami sandwich for $7. From McKinnon's I can buy pastrami for $8/lb; a quarter pound in a sandwich would cost $2, under $3 including bread. I don't know how heavy the deli sandwich was, though it probably included a pickle. Again, it's cheap; other places would be $8-12.

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