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    I truly love the title of this thread

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    Sloppy Joes. Ground beef, and either a can of sauce (which I personally hate) or make your own sauce with ketchup and mustard (And I like adding barbecue sauce).
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    oatmeal
    apples
    eggs

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    taco seasoning,refried beans, canned tomatoes with chili's (aka rotel), and cheese combined is edible and satisfies mexican food cravings

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    taco seasoning,refried beans, canned tomatoes with chili's (aka rotel), and cheese combined is edible and satisfies mexican food cravings
    so does taco bell.
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    i don't have a taco bell near me.

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    1 can of navy beans - under a dollar
    1 can of diced tomatoes - under a dollar
    1 tsp. garlic (optional)
    1 cup onion (optional)
    Frozen cheese raviolis - 2 -3 dollars

    Mix beans, tomatoes, garlic and onion in a pot on the stove for 45 minutes.. (low heat)

    Boil water, throw in the pasta, cook until they float to the top.

    Done. And there are usually leftovers.
    So you get 2 hearty and healthy meals for around 5$
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    Omlettes man, seriously, egg, bit of cheese, tomato.

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    Not been able to find a good link or reference for butchering stray cats and dogs but hey, depends how broke you are I imagine.

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    When Im broke:

    -pbj sandwhich with milk.

    -cereal.

    -hotlinks, a side of rice, and eggs over medium.

    -hotlinks mixed with boxed mac n cheese.

    -turkey, chedder, onion, toasted bagel sandwich with mustard.

    -deviled eggs.

    -cheese quesadilla.

    -spaghetti.
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