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    Uegh, cup noodles...you might as well just pour vegetable oil and styrofoam and eat it.

    EDIT: Oh yeah, salt that baby up, too.
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    No one appreciates good food nowadays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    No one appreciates good food nowadays.
    "There's no need to be embarrassed about it, Mr. Spock. It happens to the birds and the bees!"

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    Lol I specifically said no Ramen... seriously. Ugh. xD

    Then again you're INTJ male, you're robotic enough to not let it bother you.
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    .....no one appreciates good food nowadays.

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    Lol I just made you highlight text!!! ZOMG! LOOK I SAID PENIS!

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    Hot pot and stews are best. Easy and cheap. Nutritious too.

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    As people have already pointed out, a lot of cheap foods are mostly grains, but you can add meats and vegetables to make them more well-rounded meals. When I wasn't working last year and didn't have any money, I ate a lot of rice or noodles with chopped veggies and a little bit of chicken.

    Rice-A-Roni was good for this. At about $1 a box, it made for two meals with veggies and chicken added. Good old spaghetti is cheap too, and you can make a cheap simple sauce with canned tomatoes, tomato paste, onions, olive oil, garlic, salt and pepper. Some other nutritious and cheap foods are beans, canned vegetables, tortillas and eggs. Hot dogs can be pretty cheap, and while not exactly nutritious, they can be okay if you eat them with healthier foods.
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    Rice and beans, all day, every day.

    Also, crock pot cooking is good because you can cook large quantities of a stew and reheat it for the following week.

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