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buzz wrote (edited )

  1. toast
  2. rice

i am living a good life


selver wrote

A version of this black bean & rice recipe. Usually throw it in a wrap. Easy, cheap, and makes enough for a bunch of lunches for work.

Also chicken + broccoli chow mein.


GaldraChevaliere wrote

Outside, rice with whatever mix-ins I've got and ramen bombs. Inside, I fry cabbage, potatoes and onions in a skillet and eat that. I used to add chorizo but I've cut meat mostly out of my diet for the time being, at least until I'm somewhere to rear or kill my own.


retiredshared2 wrote

grilled cheese is satisfying and easy

it is my lifeforce


OldHippieChick wrote

My kid is getting sick of kale+onions+tofu over rice. I thought I was going to have to either blender mine or give it up.

I also make lasagna with the leftover okara from DIY soy drink and homemade noodles and enchiladas with homemade tortillas and prefab tortilla sauce.

Polenta with home-canned tomato sauce.

Oatmeal with home-canned fruit that is a bit too sweet and too processed to be a kid-friendly standalone snack.

Oh well; none of my adult kids are ever going to complain about their partners' cooking anyway.

< cringe >


ConquestOfToast wrote

I fixate on certain textures or flavors so my diet ends up being fairly diverse, albeit I have a tendency to remake that same item over and over until I get to exactly how I like it. This week it was spanakorizo.


robottroymacclure wrote

tacos are the ultimate general purpose meal. simple is always best. meat, cilantro, onions, tortilla. thats it.