What do you make for food thats quick, simple, and good, robots? I have roughly $50 to spend a week on food and I live by myself. $200 a month seems like a lot but its not enough to where I can eat out very much.
Making a grilled cheese or frying up some hamburgers is too much work for me. Even making chili where all I have to do is let meat cook in the pot and then throw in the spices and tomato sauce and let it sit for an hour is too hard.
Also, what should I drink instead of soda? I go through a 24 pack in like a little under a week and I think I am addicted. What else can I drink that's cheap and sweet and tastes good?
The only part I hate about living alone is having to buy my own food and things..
Drink water along with your soda. Drink enough water until you feel satisfied, then have a swig or two of soda afterwarda, so you'll taste it for a while.
Are hot boiled hot dogs too much work for you? They cook very quickly and all you have to do is boil water.
>fibrous breakfast cereals
>bread with deli meats and cheese
>various vegetables to cut up and put on your sandwiches
>just drink water you dumb faggot
There, problems solved, idiot OP. Relatively cheap, somewhat healthy.
i just bought these items and it came out to exactly 50$
1 beef roast
a pack of chicken breasts with bone
pack of carrots
5 red potatoes
pack of Dewshine
5 Diet Pepsis
a pack of frozen salmon
and like 5 cans of vegetables oh and a bag of chips and some chicken tendies
get your fucking shit together.
1) Don't eat unhealthy shit often. Makes you feel better (more sensitive receptors, more energy, etc) and it makes unhealthy stuff taste GODLY when you can only eat it occasionally.
2) SWEET POTATOES NIGGA. Toss a nigga in the microwave and salt and butter it up (use iodized salt to cheekishly get some iodine in your diet)
3) Whole milk. Lots of nutrition and goodies for cheap
4) Dark chocolate. Taste good as fuck, easy as fuck, good for you and gets you high (mild high)
5) CANNED FISH MY FUCKING NIGGA. (ideally tuna and sardines for selenium and niacin, and omega 3 respectively)
6) Some fuckin' almonds
7) FUCKIN eggs (making them is EZ)
8) Yogurt muh nigga
ez but pretty healthy neet foods
btw all those meats all you do is put garlic salt and pepper and then throw them into an oven, the tendies you just put into an oven.
if you're too fucking lazy to set a timer, you need to seriously Darwin yourself.
This is the kind of hotdogs my family buys.
$4 for 30 whole hot dogs.
Stick them in the freezer so they stay good for a long time. When you go to make them, just let them sit out on the counter for a while or run them under warm water or something to unfreeze them so you can pull them apart.
Diet sodas are disgusting and still unhealthy as fuck. Just get some damn orange juice and learn how to ration it, like get half a glass for two meals a day or something. I usually drink only enough to cleanse my palate when eating, and it's nice to start the day with breakfast and OJ. Also, I'm lazy as fuck as well, but making stuff like eggs, pasta, and grilled cheeses is easy and they're tasty.
Finally, a question for others: what do you guys think of canned shredded chicken?
Okay so I will do hot dogs and eggs. The thing I don't like about buying fresh meats is you have to know when you are going to use them, set them out for a day, then if you change your mind you have to refreeze them and stuff.
How easy is pasta? You just pour water into a pot, boil it, then stick the noodles in? You then strain the water out and put the sauce in the pan and you're done?
the roast is 4 meals, its a huge roast
the salmon is a pack of salmon
the tendies is a pack, there's like 7 breasts of chicken in the pack also.
the roast is already 4 meals, i think you might be tarded boy.
Pretty much, but I don't even use sauce. Just butter and cheese is enough for me, or even a spritz of virgin olive oil for some pastas, although I'm not sure that's something you should get if you don't like cooking.
I dont know for you OP but im really not picky when it comes to food, what I est most of the time is stuff like this:
2eggs with some egg white, cooked in the microwave then I add mustard, a can of tuna straight or maybe with some lettuce and mayo, these are the two meals I eat for most of the week. Other thant that its mostly ham, fruits vegetables, nuts and yogourt when its cheap
>I have rougly $50 a week to spend on food
If you have a 99 cent store near you, mine sells lettuce for 99 cents.
Weekly shopping list
>3 heads of lettuce - $3.00
>Bottle of cheap ceaser dressing - $1.00
>frozen carrots - $1.00
>2 bags of frozen peas - $2.00
>5 packs of ramen - $1.00
>24 eggs - $4.00
>4 small boxes of microwave sausages - $4.00
>Assorted bags of chips+popcorn - $7.00
>5 piece of candy for each day of the week - $7.00
>a 2 liter of soda every other day - $3.50
I never spend more than $40 a week on food
>not just moving back in with your parents so mommy makes your meals and buys your tendies
rice+frozen vegtables (peas are good)
instant noodles (lots of salt/fat, aren't too healthy, but cheap and good for something different that you can make instant)
eggs (mix with rice, make omelletes, on toast)
cheese (put on any food, will make it taste better, but it's not too good for you).
you can easily buy those for less then 50 and last a week.
the rice+peas will last you 2 weeks+ if you ate for every meal and only cost around 10 dollars (rice is cheaper by bulk).
if you want you could buy some meat but it's expensive compared to other foods.
but with meat, stir fry rice is easy to make and my favourite... just cook the rice, defrost vegetables (you can buy stir fry ones which have whats used in stir fry). while those are cooking/defrosting, cook whatever meat you use (cook it just under but not too undercooked, i just cook it till its done but recipe says to do just under), then cook 2 eggs and chop/scramble them and throw in the vegetables/rice/meat and then put some sweet chilli/soy sauce over it all and stir/cook for a bit.
that will give like 2-4 meals worth depending how much you cook and it's easy to do.
only hard part is cooking the meat and rice.
cereal/oats are fairly cheap too. fruits are pretty expensive depending on what you buy. lemons are good to use in cooking though
if your too lazy to cook and want ready meals then you'll pay more.. most of that stuff is expensive (except cereal/canned food).
stop drinking soda and you'll get over it. i used to drink it a lot and hated not having any... but after not having for a while you realise it's not that good
Tortillas (specifically, the kind with the Bell Logo)
Canned Fruit (fresh fruit is expensive)
Kale/spinach (Popeye ate 'em for a reason)
Fuck soda, but if you're gonna get it, get the 3-liter bottles from the dollar store.
>$200 a month seems like a lot but its not enough to where I can eat out very much.
I AM LIVING ON 200$ A MONTH
AND I WILL TELL YOU WHAT TO EAT
1) keep 2 frozen pizzas in freezer at all times, they stay good for a long time
2) instant noodles, STOCK UP
3) porridge flakes that you boil/microwave with milk, cheap (cheaper still if you use water instead of milk)
4) potato!! very cheap and very carbs
5) NEVER EVER BUY SODA
6) DONT BUY ANY SUGAR DRINKS DRINK ONLY WATER (and coffee)
7) PASTA AND RICE !!!!! cheap !! healthy !!!
8) if you have store nearby, get the HOT FOOD SECTION and buy premade food its FAST but a bit expensive