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    both the lighter and heartier

    What better way to celebrate the end of summer than by getting your fill of both the lighter and heartier products while stocking up on good memories?

    What does the underlined part mean?

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    Jason

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    Re: both the lighter and heartier

    It's best to link to your original source, but I'm presuming you're referring to this magazine article. "Lighter" products in this case means healthy, low-calorie foods that don't make you feel too full or bloated after you've eaten (like vegetables, salads, fruits, things like that). "Heartier" are robust foods; heavier meals that "stick to your ribs" like stews and roasts with potatoes and gravy.

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