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12 No-Cook Meal Ideas to Help You Get Through a Storm

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12 Tasty No-Cook Dinner Recipes to Help You Get Through a Storm
Here in NYC, we spent the day getting ready for Hurricane Sandy’s arrival on the East Coast. While no one is exactly sure what to expect, we’re ready with extra water, food, batteries, and flashlights. And, if the power really does go out, we’ll be prepared with these 12 tasty ideas for simple no-cook meals that happen to be very good in emergencies, and also on plain old busy nights. On a related note, yesterday we rounded up 20 of our favorite fall salads, many of which are also healthy and satisfying no-cook options.

Here’s hoping that Sandy isn’t as big as she seems, and that you and yours make it through the storm safely.


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12 Tasty No-Cook Dinner Recipes to Help You Get Through a Storm

Classic Salmon Salad

Forget tuna, next time you have a hankering for this classic sandwich, try salmon. Rich in omega-3 fatty acids and light on mercury, it's a healthy meal you can make from a can. 

Make classic salmon salad
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