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Some 'Rachael Ray' Magazine Readers Feel Tricked

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The November edition of Every Day with Rachael Ray is arriving at subscribers' homes with a little surprise inside: a letter saying it's so packed with recipes, it counts as two editions. Reader's Digest Association says some readers were not satisfied, and when they complained, their subscriptions were extended by one issue.
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