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Katie Owens, A&E Editor

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Everyone knows that one of the biggest hassles in college can be the food. These days it isn’t usually the quality of the food, but the lack of variety if you’re eating in the dining hall everyday for four years.

Making your own food sometimes too difficult, or out of your budget, but there are actually many easy, affordable ways to keep your diet healthy and disverse while living on your own.

One simple recipe that can be made in a dorm using only a microwave is bagel pizzas.

A great idea to go along with anything you make in your room is to add a side dish to make it feel like a real meal. In this case, maybe cut up an apple or get yourself some cracker chips.

You can even change this up slightly and use small soft tortilla shells instead of bagels.

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