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It would depend on the meal being made. An entire meal, if timed properly, a meal can be made in 15 minutes up to 3 hours.
The average meal would take about 1 hour from beginning preparation to serving. That's just an estimate.
52 minutes 23 seconds. But that's just me ... at least on a good day.
On a bad day, 5-10 minutes, depending on the size of the dish I'm nuking.
Serving Trail Mix for dinner is a snap. Just pour and eat.
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