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It'll depend on the particular recipes, but generally you should be able to cut recipes in half fairly easily. You could also look for recipes that keep well for a few days and have leftovers for future meals. Also remember that not everything necessarily needs to be a recipe. As a single person, I keep frozen hamburger patties on hand, I can cook one of those pretty easily on the stove while I've got vegetables roasting in the oven. Or I make a salad and top it with a can of tuna mixed with some mayo. Or scramble some eggs with whatever vegetables you like in them. Any of those are meals that you can kind of throw together pretty quickly.

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