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As a staple of life our need to eat has developed from a basic form of simply feeding our bodies with the fuel it requires, to a complicated art of presentation and taste combined with our intrinsic need to experiment with everything we see, touch, smell and of course taste. Cooking at home has become less of a choice and more of a chore. With the large amount of ready meals available, the option of spending time in the kitchen becomes less and less appealing. People are spending more of their time and money in the world of fast foods and restaurants. Although some believe this to be a bad thing, it has fuelled a new market in available meals that are only a phone call away. As long as the health and hygiene departments vet these establishments and our choices are varied, of good quality and healthy, their use can be a good alternative to cooking our own meals. In today's busy world where leisure time has become more and more important, the less time spent working and preparing to eat allows us more available time for our pursuit of our leisure activities. Source: http://www.streetdirectory.com/food_editorials/snacks/snacks/the_importance_of_fast_food_restuarants.html The most evident advantage of fast food is that it saves time. In today's fast-paced life, there is nothing better than getting a ready meal. Besides time, cost saving gives fast food an edge over the meal prepared in the kitchen. Fast food is a quick and easy way to get something to eat that is why it is called fast food fast food is not expensive and is relatively common to be eaten on a day out or on someone’s lunch break at work or sometimes even on the way to work if you missed breakfast fast food is very accessible
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