How to use Pre-packaged in a sentence

pre-packaged
  • Many pre-packaged sets, especially for twin beds, come with only one pillow case.

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  • Select cosmetic companies, such as Bobbi Brown, offer foundation samples in pre-packaged sleeves.

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  • If a prepared mix is more your style, you can use a pre-packaged product to make corn bread.

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  • Many pre-packaged favors are available at your local party store.

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  • Pre-packaged gift sets and media bundles help you to save money when you purchase items together.

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  • If you buy a set of pre-packaged bed sheets, make sure there are enough pillow cases inside the package to meet your needs.

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  • Mr. Solar - Mr. Solar sells a number of pre-packaged commercial, home, industrial, and RV solar kits.

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  • Even the pre-packaged kits in the drugstores may always seem not to turn out quite like you'd planned-or how they show it on the picture.

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  • While fondant does not have a reputation for being the best tasting frosting, homemade always tastes better than pre-packaged.

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  • They sell webbing, but it was all pre-packaged and ugly, and I was disappointed at the selection.

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  • Trivia for senior citizens does not have to be come pre-packaged.

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  • It's a sturdy replacement for the pre-packaged stylus and offers both style and functionality.

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  • If they dislike certain items in a pre-packaged basket, consider creating your own.

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  • Air-popped popcorn does not contain the artificial ingredients and high amounts of fats pre-packaged microwave versions do.

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  • Learning how to use this type of grill can help you prepare nutritious meals quickly and easily instead of resorting to fast food or pre-packaged meals.

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  • Coffee comes pre-packaged in individual servings and a cup can be made on-demand in mere seconds.

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  • Pod coffee makers require special pre-packaged pods that contain the coffee.

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  • If you're looking for pre-packaged gluten-free varieties for graham crackers there are a few options to choose from.

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  • Homemade graham crackers may offer the taste you're looking for, but pre-packaged gluten-free varieties offer convenience.

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  • Cooking for yourself, rather than buying a lot of pre-packaged food, is healthier and less expensive.

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  • In addition to their pre-packaged offerings, these stores offer bulk store containers.

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  • This group includes most of the pre-packaged snack foods like potato chips and crackers, as well as sugar treats like candy and cookies.

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  • Try using fresh herbs, fruits and vegetables in your dishes; you won't miss those pre-packaged diet foods that you've been eating with little success.

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  • In fact, vitamin B12 is one of the more commonly-used vitamins for fortification in pre-packaged food products, and it is also found fairly easily in a broad range of common foods.

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  • Several of the pre-packaged foods contain artificial sugars which can have a laxative effect for some people.

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  • Even if you aren't participating in a particular diet, like the Jenny Craig Diet which incorporates pre-packaged foods, your pantry and refrigerator may not be stocked with healthy foods that will help you lose weight.

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  • Pre-packaged meals and snacks available from Lean Cuisine involve no estimating, so portion size is not at issue.

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  • Like other pre-packaged meal plans, Lean Cuisine tends to be somewhat high in sodium.

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  • That's how many of the diets work that sell pre-packaged foods.

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  • Avoid pre-packaged, flavored oatmeal, which contains excessive sugar, thus adding empty calories.Oatmeal is high in fiber, which aids in digestion and allows you to feel fuller, longer.

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  • Some snacks like chips are clearly high sodium foods, but often things like sauces, ready-made foods and pre-packaged frozen foods contain more sodium than you should eat for a healthy heart.

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  • Diet plans that emphasize frozen or pre-packaged meals may contain too much sodium.

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