So do any of you guys have/know a healthy meal that you can eat every day that covers everything you need to put in your system? I'm looking to start eating healthier but i just feel like there's an overwhelming amount of variety out there. I just want set meals for breakfast lunch and dinner that i can eat every single day that provide me with all the nutrition i need to make it to the next morning.
You can use my fitness pal to help with calories and to see how much protien fat and carbs you are eating. There is a nice list of healthy foods i have seen on fit, you could ask there for it
So I never come to this board but I have been thinking about starting cooking all my meals more and more and want to know some starter ideas. I have a decent budget for a college student but I would like to here the best meals for a good price that are relatively easy to make. Hopefully better than pic related
Delicious soups is the way to go. Very easy to start making them, there's an infinite number of easy recipes. If you like ramen or are into weeb cooking, the nips actually have tons of hearty soup recipes with meat and noodles.
A basic pizza dough and sauce recipe made in bulk and frozen allows you to make pizza in 20 minutes with whatever toppings your imagination can fathom and your stomach desires.
What would happen if I don't flip the fries in the oven?
Hey I'm looking for an old brand of chips/crisps whatever you wanna call it. They looked like pic related but had "holes" in them. I think they were supposed to be healthy or "low fat", in a white bag. I bought them at a grocery store in Sweden about 10 years ago and have forgotten the name of them. Any ideas?
By "holes" I mean like these, but the ones I'm looking for were completely round, kinda like wheels
What flavor? What did the bag look like? Were they still rice cakey, or chip form?
That's the problem, I can't really remember what the bag looked like exactly. But it was white, and there was a bowl with these snacks in it, and some lying around it.
I do believe it was popped rice or something like that, with cheese flavour (maybe something more combined)
sup /ck/. making chicken falafel again. no time for advanced faggotry so pic related and maybe a final product pic.
onions, dried, 1/8cup
about 8 cloves garlic
cumin/coriander about 2:1
habanero tabasco healthy splash
plenty of salt and black pepper
breadcrumbs enough to bind
fried then baked in a pan
things I learned: chicken thighs are stupidly easy to debone, I did a whole pack/5lbs in 10-15 minutes
you can dry bread in a microwave in a pinxh for breadcrumbs but you need to watch it like a hawk.
my grill just ran out of gas while i was trying to make steak. how do i cook it now, /ck/?
Why Do they call it blue steel /ck/? I love Shun, used a classic 10" for the better part of 3 years and I splurged on a Kiritsuke (recommended for home use, not commercial; unless you're rich).
What do people normally eat for lunch? I need ideas. Backstory:
>been living alone for around 2 years
>duing that time I've only eaten healthy sandwiches, baked potatoes, storebought meat pies and potato chips for lunch
>getting fucking tired of all 4 options
>don't have much money to spend on food
>want something decently healthy that doesn't take too much preparation
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My work lunches are usually just leftovers of whatever I cooked the day/morning before, the fallback being a sandwich on homemade bread. I don't worry about lunch being particularly good as long I'm having a proper breakfast and dinner.
ITT: We talk about grilled cheeses.
>No melts allowed
>What do you guys like in yours?
I like to add tuna salad and a few thick slices of fresh tomato to my grilled cheese.
it's a grilled cheese
by definition, it's two pieces of bread with cheese in the middle, toasted
you can change cheeses, you can change breads
once you add anything else to it, it is no longer a grilled cheese
I'm going to McDonald's later because I was given a gift card. I haven't been in a pretty long time
What should I get? What are the best deals? Will they try to jew me on sauces?
Making some pasta for me and a work friend on Sunday, basically I'm gonna fry some cut bacon in a pan with some olive oil, then throw in some coarse garlic, then the cooked pasta, then chilli flakes and oregano, and stir it all around for a while and chuck in some chunks of feta which I'll allow to melt a lil before taking it off the heat. Then I'll put it in some Tupperware and add mozzarella. Anything you'd add to this to improve it? I'd normally go for anchovies but the supermarket near me doesn't sell them. I might throw in some smoked salmon though. Thoughts?
Chef gives us a list of menu ideas for upcoming seasonal veg and my co-worker told me broccolini and rapini is the same thing
God tier sandwiches you made
Pic not related
What is the best zero-calorie sweetener?
Any sweetener with the main ingredient ending in 'ol' will give you gas and could cause digestive issues if consumed regularly and in excess.
But it's your body so do what you want.
There's nothing wrong with natural sugar when consumed in moderation.
It's better to use high calorie, natural unrefined sweetener sparingly.
Sugar is up there with crack and opiates. Just get used to food tasting like jej or eat a lot more potassium and put salt on everything if your family doesn't have heart issues.
What brand of pasta do you usually buy?
I usually get Barilla or De Cecco because it's what we use at work.
>inb4 lol make your own, fgt
I've done it before and it's very delicious, but I don't want to do it every time I want to eat pasta.