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What is the cheapest and fastest meal you can prepare?

2 cans tuna, 1/2 cup cottage cheese, diced pickles, mustard. tastes like tuna salad, but with less fat since no mayo, and more protein from the cottage cheese. Ive eaten his at least once a day for the last 15 years
 
Please share it if you have one....

I like the canned Salmon from Costco, don't need any mayo or mustard, I just open a can and eat it with a fork. I'll usually have a few club crackers with it, but that's it.
 
2 cans tuna, 1/2 cup cottage cheese, diced pickles, mustard. tastes like tuna salad, but with less fat since no mayo, and more protein from the cottage cheese. Ive eaten his at least once a day for the last 15 years

That's easy! I'll try it next Sunday! Let's see..
 
I like the canned Salmon from Costco, don't need any mayo or mustard, I just open a can and eat it with a fork. I'll usually have a few club crackers with it, but that's it.

I like it too. It's good to eat. Others have commented on high levels of sodium. Cans are often lined with BPA ( bisphenol A ) to avoid the metal of the can leeching into the food.
 
I almost live on lean ground beef meatballs rice and mixed veggies (green beans and carrots) throw that in a rice cooker and season to your liking... if I'm gonna really treat myself ill throw a little spaghetti sauce !

That's amazing treat! :winkfinger:
 
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I almost live on lean ground beef meatballs rice and mixed veggies (green beans and carrots) throw that in a rice cooker and season to your liking... if I'm gonna really treat myself ill throw a little spaghetti sauce !

So you put the ground meat, vegetables, and rice in the rice cooker? How do you handle the rice to water ratio? Could you explain more how you do this?


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So you put the ground meat, vegetables, and rice in the rice cooker? How do you handle the rice to water ratio? Could you explain more how you do this?


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I think you should try on YouTube then you will find more than 6 clips.
 
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