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>tfw don't know how to cook and only eat out >tfw

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>tfw don't know how to cook and only eat out
>tfw spent $500 last month on food
>15% of my after tax salary
how do i learn to cook /ck/?

>look up ingredients in food
>vegetables decompose as soon as you buy them and begin losing nutrients
>so need to go grocery shopping at least once a week
>chicken is expensive
what do? is there a starting cooking?
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>>8430145
Fuck off Richie rich
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>>8430145
What I like to do when I buy many of my vegetables is to cut them up into slices and then freeze them in freezer bags. That's so the vegetables will not only last a whole lot longer but I can also skip a step in preparing my meal. I can just dump the cut up vegetables in my pan and save time when cooking.

As for the chicken, most grocery stores sell premade rotisserie chicken for about $4-7 dollars for the whole chicken. If you live on your own the rotisserie chicken should last for a few days. You can cut up leftovers to use for a sandwich or stir fry.
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>>8430145
lentils
beans
quinoa
rice

Stock up on em, and they last u for days.

Learn to make sum gud eggs.

Start with poultry. Chickum breast, things, and legs. Season them and grill em in a pan.
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>>8430173
>last u for days.
months* (dry ingredients)

Do you have any more specific questions?

I tend to eat pretty healthy and low fat meals.
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easiest way is to look up youtube etc tutorials, where they show you HOW to cook, so you can't fuck up
cooking is experimenting, try something simple, a basic recipe, if you like it, start adding shit to it
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>>8430236
for example, 2-3 times a week i prepare an omelette for breakfast
i used to just do eggs+fresh veggies
now i add ham, onion and different colored bell-peppers, fry that shit up, then i add the eggs
super tasty and inexpensive for me
add some high fiber content bread with meat or just on its own, some cucumbers, salad, tomatoes=healthy(i think) and delicious breakfast
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>>8430145
holy crap thats a big mushroom
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>>8430263
ill show you a big mushroom(tip)
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>>8430263
for you
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