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    Potato bread lasts forever.

    Same with some tortillas, just toss them in the fridge and make wraps. Grill/cook about a weeks worth of chicken breast and toss those in the fridge for salads/wraps/sammiches.

    That's what I do. I hate cooking so much. Bring on the food pills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    Yes, oven.
    That should work too! Although it might take a while longer to heat it up. Also, with an oven you could make some awesome garlic bread! Take the bread out of the freezer, smear some garlic on it and drizzle some olive oil on it. Yummy!

    I really love ovens because you can prepare a lot of food in there using only one pan.

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    With no microwave, you need to invest in, like, pyrex containers to freeze your food in. Take your homemade frozen dinner out of the freezer and put it in the lowest part of the refrigerator while you're gone, and then put it in the oven when you come back, and it shouldn't take more than about 20 minutes to heat up.

    Do you object to microwaves?

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    We could just eat Jock.
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    Now that's just mean!

    I'd be way too stringy anyways.

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    Fruit!


    Mac n Cheese or other pre made dinners by Stouffers -all natural (i think)


    Cereal


    Pre packaged smoked salmon


    Pre cooked & packaged rotisserie chicken
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    i used to live off canned chili, straight from the can.

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    You can get SO MUCH out of a rotisserie chicken. You can have open face hot chicken sandwiches, cold chicken salad with raisins and grapes and scallions and celery, with Triscuits, then throw the carcass into a pot of water and boil all the meat off, to make stock. From the stock, you can make tortilla soup, chicken noodle, chicken & rice, etc.

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    Very true. I just made chicken & dumplings with the remains of a rotisserie chicken we tucked into a couple days ago.
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    Better yet, roast your own chicken. Sooooo easy. Wash chicken under tap water, then pat dry. Sprinkle with salt, pepper and rub some garlic on it. Melt a little butter in a sauce pan with a small amount of olive oil. Rub all over the chicken.

    Roast in a preheated 325 degree oven breast side up, until the juices run clear when you slice between the thigh and the body. If it's a fryer chicken which are smaller than a roaster, around an hour.

    Now you have meat for any number of days depending on how much you eat. I like to slice the meat into thin slices, package in portions and freeze for sandwiches at any time.

    The bones you can simmer into soup stock which can also be frozen for future consumption.

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