Cheap Easy Food AKA College
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One of these days the weather is going to turn warm and sunny and we are all going to be busting out of the house to enjoy gardening, walking, biking, soccer, picnics, and much more.
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Making great meals using just a few resources is an art many of our grandmothers and great-grandmothers know how to do.
Most students don’t have a lot of cash to spend on food, but that doesn’t mean you have to go hungry.
To avoid late-night fast-food visits, keep a few of your favorite foods on hand. "Canned goods are good," says Carle, who suggests canned beans: "They always work very well in the microwave." Supplement with rice and you've got a meal.
We know you get it, logically at least.
When your mom told you to eat your greens when you were a kid, did you just push them around your plate until she gave up, or sent you to your room?
When I first left home, my diet was awful.
Whether you're a college student, single career builder, or parent with mouths to feed, we're all short on time. Luckily anyone, undergraduate or otherwise, can learn to cook easy, low-effort meals that are cheap, nourishing, and helpful at healing last night's indulgences.