I usually make pasta or bake a frozen pizza. Worst case scenario it's ramen and I throw whatever vegetables I can find in with it. It's not good with broccoli, celery, or green beans, but it still counts as vegetables, and in an oh shit no food situation I'm usually just happy to find any kind of vegetable. Kale is my favorite, followed by spinach then mung sprouts, baby corn, bamboo, and so on. The worst was frozen bell peppers. The most surprising was cabbage, it actually went very well together. So well in fact that on a couple occasions I put in coleslaw mix instead of my kale. So easy to make, but I find excuses to use coleslaw when it's on sale forfor like $0.6 a bag. It's just shredded cabbage and carrots. I didn't have any flour so I made an egg roll salad. I just stir fried the slaw, shredded up any other interesting leftovers, and put a little soy sauce on it with a teensy bit of lemon juice. Add some wontons and it's potluck able and something no one has ever had before,but not so weird as to be intimidating. Some people are really weird though. Once I brought a baby quiche made in muffin tins, I thought they were cute. These people didn't know what regular quiche was. I should have said omelette because they were grossed out by the name when I said it's eggs and spinach and wouldn't even try it.
Toast or potatoes because if there's no food in the house it means I'm broke and that's all there is. Some times I have to go to the dumpsters behind stores and get stuff they just threw out but hey it gets better...r right guys?
>>25761407 No. It gets exponentially worse. You watch everyone you love get sick and die. Then your body fails you and you die too. You actually die. It's going to happen to you. And it happens fast. When it comes it won't even feel like that much time has passed.
>>25761503 Oh I was just kidding about that post I know it doesn't get better and I've learned it year after year. I don't even know why I try anymore, why am I even bothering digging food out of the trash or doing anything to live? I just don't want any physical pain when I die, is there a way to off myself for free without feeling a whole lot of pain?
Obviously not all of those would be present at the same time, but there's always something to throw together in an unexpected way. Those are just the better combinations. No one is interested in stupid shit like pasta and hot sauce sad casserole, soup from potatoes, flour, and milk, or white rice boiled with chicken bones. It just takes a little creativity and sometimes you stumble on something worth intentionally repeating.
If you don't even have ramen and some kind of vegetable and you mean literally no food then you don't eat anything. I believe op meant what do you throw together when you don't have the ingredients for a proper meal. Y'know, makeshift shit.
>>25760117 One time, between shopping trips I was hungry for a snack and decided to binge on raw almonds. Little did I know I had some sort of allergy to them and spent hours in agonizing pain in my stomach. It was horrible.
I usually always have spare boxes of Barilla's pasta. Cellentani is preferred Boil all the pasta. Drain. Put pasta into large mixing bowl or something Mix in Italian dressing, hoisen sauce, Sriracha, and either ypshida sauce or ponzu citrus sauce.
Eat until no more pangs of hunger. Repeat daily until you get new groceries
Also, sometimes I play what's in the fridge? Then just make hella shit I find into 1 big meatloaf or casserole or whatever
>>25766372 If I have any frozen hamburger stashed in freezer for sadness times, in instead make spice chili noode
Boil noodle, wheel or bowtie shape will be best for chili Fry up hamburger with garlic salt and onion powder, drain like half the fat out add 1 can chili and 1 can manwich to make it feed more people Serve on top of all that pasta Inhale chili concoction from mild starvation because you don't eat enough or with any regularity
It can keep well enough to be microwaved for a few days
While staring into cooking microwave at college, tell yourself we're all gonna make it Sit alone Don't cry
I usually always have peanut butter and jelly in the house, but no bread, so i put 2 spoons of each in a bowl, warm it up for about 30 seconds, or until its nearly completely liquid, get a spoon and stir it up until there is a consistent mixture. Then i get some crackers, usually we just have saltines and eat it like chips and dip with a side a milk. Really good snack i guess.
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