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After Deidre saw the tiny balance on her ATM receipt, (A) she realized, (B) that her meals for the next week would consist of cheap food, (C) such as peanut butter sandwiches and instant soup.

You wanted to do this:

After Deidre saw the tiny balance on her ATM receipt, she realized, that her meals for the next week would consist of cheap food. Such as peanut butter sandwiches and instant soup.

A period after food makes a fragment. Such as peanut butter sandwiches ... is an afterthought phrase which cannot stand alone as a complete sentence.

You might want to review the rules.

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