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When Delivery Is Not a Luxury

For people with chronic illnesses, having food delivered to their door can be a lifeline Today, Eater's Delivery Week examines how our view of delivery as a luxury for the lazy or the overly harried impacts people for whom it is more than an extravagance — it's a necessity. I f I’m too nauseated and feverish to focus on eating, I chug a chocolate meal replacement before falling back into a delirious sleep; if I’m too dysfunctional to make food while my husband Chris is away, I might rely entirely on our stock of Ensure to make sure I don't starve.
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