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The smart way to stock up your kitchen during coronavirus lockdown

Many New Yorkers swear by the city’s takeout and delivery culture, which brings just about anything to their apartment doorstep, including fresh-pressed juice, pan-seared branzino and fine wines. Yet as public health officials urge residents to hunker down in their homes to mitigate the spread of the novel coronavirus, many have found themselves with more time and less cash on their hands. That’s why some are taking this opportunity to save a buck and explore their home kitchen — possibly for the first time ever. Don’t succumb to pandemic panic. If you’re hoping to expand your domestic skill set, here’s your crash course in stocking your home with healthy, affordable and versatile eats. Before you go to the store First th ...