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Broke bored and hungry

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by deterrent, Mar 15, 2005.

  1. deterrent

    deterrent 12oz Veteran Member

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    Broke bored and hungry

    Discussion started by deterrent - Mar 15, 2005

    I'm broke and sick of pasta and soup. I'm trying to spend $1-2 per meal.

    Got any suggestions?
     
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  2. saraday

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    saraday - Replied Mar 15, 2005

    when i'm that broke i either eat ramen or something off a 99cent menu.. i.e. wendys, taco bell, etc.. although i hate resorting to the latter, sometimes it's my only option
     
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    fatcappycap - Replied Mar 15, 2005

    shit.....u better go to white castle....or go to taco bell and just drive right passed the first window....works everytime
     
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  4. Schnitzel

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    Schnitzel - Replied Mar 15, 2005

    I'm keeping to that sort of budget so my suggestions are
    Rice fried boiled fills you right up!

    Potatoes
    chips,mashed, boiled, baked with toppings, roasted!


    lentils with a bit of oil and onion, water, turmeric you can make dhal (lentil soup) half of india lives on the shit! cost you like 50c a meal

    work out your menu for the week and combine your ingredients so you don't waste stuff.
    vegatable soup finishes off the leftovers at the end of the week.

    Meat always blows the budget but if you bulk on veggies and get by with very little meat you'll be laughing

    Not vegetarian but basically vegetables are cheap as!
     
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  5. deterrent

    deterrent 12oz Veteran Member

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    deterrent - Replied Mar 15, 2005

    I'm a vegitarian, I do the lentils for a while they're packed with protein.

    Driving past the payment window works? That too funny. I've always wanted to do the
    Jackass move were a car places the order and you runpast intersepting the passoff.
     
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    fatcappycap - Replied Mar 15, 2005

    cky used to be cool until every 8 year old turn in to bam or die!
     
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  7. saraday

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    saraday - Replied Mar 15, 2005

    Oh, buy boxes of jiffy mix.. they're cheap and good. you can make muffins, cornbread, etc..

    i buy the pizza dough mix, and get one of those jars of pizza sauce.. home made pizza is yummy and you can basiclly use whatever's in your fridge as toppings (onions, ground beef, bacon, leftover chicken, etc)..
     
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    !@#$% - Replied Mar 15, 2005

    word to the jiffy on the PANCAKE tip
    filling as all get out, good with jelly or syrup or even just butter
    easy to make

    RICE & BEANS
    stoopit filling, this shit is super healthy also
    feeling rich? add cheese

    RAMEN.
    classic poor man's meal

    SUBWAY
    meatball subs 2.99

    EGGS, WITH TOAST & MILK
    scrambled, hardboiled, or a big omelette

    GRILLED CHEESE
    PEANUT BUTTER & JELLY
    BANANAS & PEANUT BUTTER
    MAC & CHEESE

    the PIZZA is a good idea too.
    but you can get crazy cheap if you actually make the dough and sauce from scratch.
    takes a bit more time, and some planning, but flour, water and yeast are super cheap.
     
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    saraday - Replied Mar 15, 2005

    i know this doesn't SEEM cheap.. but a good way i save money is by making a large roast on a sunday.. they're 8-10 bucks depending on how big it is, but you can eat off of it for at least a week..

    make the roast in a crock pot.. YUM.. you can make sammiches/po-boys (or hoagies as all you northerners call them) out of the leftovers and it's super yummy.

    lots of garlic helps :)
     
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    fatcappycap - Replied Mar 15, 2005

    go all out and crash at a homeless shelter for a week or 2
     
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    fermentor666 - Replied Mar 15, 2005

    At the supermarket they sell these 1.19 bags of flavored rice/pasta, those are pretty goood. It's a mixture of rice and pasta with different flavors. It's usually around where they keep the stuffing.
     
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    Fondles - Replied Mar 15, 2005

    just fuckin steal your steaks from winn dixie

    *this is a solution to all 3 of your problems!
     
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    whats wrong with racking?
     
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    CamAlmighty - Replied Mar 15, 2005

    Roadkill.
    Don't wanna touch it?
    Spend the $1-2 on a box of rubber gloves.
     
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    Neskoner - Replied Mar 15, 2005

    damn that sounds good..my mom used to make roast all the time,it got old after a while because i was eatting roast like twice a week,it fills up your stomach though..no complaints there.
     
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