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Old January 11th, 2013, 08:17 AM   #61
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It's legit. I use boxed spuds LoL
And it's a one pan dish! Bonus points
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Old January 11th, 2013, 08:18 AM   #62
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1lb hamburger browned, 2 cans tomato soup with just enough milk to rinse cans, over instant spuds
Mmmmm Sounds like cabbage rolls without the cabbage!
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Old January 11th, 2013, 11:03 AM   #63
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Wat?!!! I went salmon fishing and brought home about 40lbs of fish! My whole family got to the point of being sick of salmon dishes including me!

Oh and I use real noodles and home made broth

I just use the word "ramen" as a layman term, but since you want me to skip it I can't marry you. I'd rather marry Bones. He has a sweet ride.
Salmon - yum

Sorry no grains even if homemade currently allowed in the house. But if you marry bones he would eat your noodles
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Old January 11th, 2013, 11:20 AM   #64
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I think I gained 17 lbs just reading this thread.
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Old January 11th, 2013, 11:20 AM   #65
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I love sloppy joe nachos.

Cook meat in pan and drain and add sloppy joe mix packet
once done put them over nacho chips and add shred lettuce, sour cream and onions and stick in the oven to melt cheese quick.

BAM!
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Old January 11th, 2013, 11:21 AM   #66
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open can of spaghetti-o's with franks

eat
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my personal favorite is "cheap tacos" brown hamburger, sprinkle cheese on it, put into tortilla shell
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Old January 11th, 2013, 01:01 PM   #67
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Now I see why most of you are all fat fukkers.
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Old January 11th, 2013, 01:25 PM   #68
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mac and cheese, tuna helper, tuna, the very cheap thing of hotdogs, cheese, ketchup, very cheap bread, 2 liter mt dew, apples, pears, pineapple slices in the can, single small soup, oyster crackers.

I would treat myaelf to a LC $5 pizza or BK hershy pie from time to time

I averaged a $40/month food bill.

Now driving in the truck i eat a little better with a varried diet. I make soup most of the time with unsalted crackers and drink alot of water. Getting and keeping fruit is very hard though. I still end up spending over $200/month.

Many days I would rather have tuna helper then steak or nasty subway. Just not possible unless I use the TS,s microwave and I don,t want to be one of those guys.

I do not have a microwave. I have a small 12v fridge but it sucks the batteries down causing me to idle the truck after 6hours. I have a single burner propae that i use most days.

I use to use idle air all the time planning my trips so I hit one almost every night. I had a large microwave, GF grill and skillet, and mini fridge with freezer. Then Idleair's network went down and that junk became useless .
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Old January 11th, 2013, 01:29 PM   #69
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mac and cheese, tuna helper, tuna, the very cheap thing of hotdogs, cheese, ketchup, very cheap bread, 2 liter mt dew, apples, pears, pineapple slices in the can, single small soup, oyster crackers.

I would treat myaelf to a LC $5 pizza or BK hershy pie from time to time

I averaged a $40/month food bill.

Now driving in the truck i eat a little better with a varried diet. I make soup most of the time with unsalted crackers and drink alot of water. Getting and keeping fruit is very hard though. I still end up spending over $200/month.

Many days I would rather have tuna helper then steak or nasty subway. Just not possible unless I use the TS,s microwave and I don,t want to be one of those guys.

I do not have a microwave. I have a small 12v fridge but it sucks the batteries down causing me to idle the truck after 6hours. I have a single burner propae that i use most days.

I use to use idle air all the time planning my trips so I hit one almost every night. I had a large microwave, GF grill and skillet, and mini fridge with freezer. Then Idleair's network went down and that junk became useless .
No cerial?
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Old January 11th, 2013, 01:38 PM   #70
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mac and cheese, tuna helper, tuna, the very cheap thing of hotdogs, cheese, ketchup, very cheap bread, 2 liter mt dew, apples, pears, pineapple slices in the can, single small soup, oyster crackers.

I would treat myaelf to a LC $5 pizza or BK hershy pie from time to time

I averaged a $40/month food bill.

Now driving in the truck i eat a little better with a varried diet. I make soup most of the time with unsalted crackers and drink alot of water. Getting and keeping fruit is very hard though. I still end up spending over $200/month.

Many days I would rather have tuna helper then steak or nasty subway. Just not possible unless I use the TS,s microwave and I don,t want to be one of those guys.

I do not have a microwave. I have a small 12v fridge but it sucks the batteries down causing me to idle the truck after 6hours. I have a single burner propae that i use most days.

I use to use idle air all the time planning my trips so I hit one almost every night. I had a large microwave, GF grill and skillet, and mini fridge with freezer. Then Idleair's network went down and that junk became useless .
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No cerial?

More like...no vegetables?

The beauty of whole food produce (all fruits basically, carrots, celery, peppers, cucumbers, cherry tomato, etc) is it really doesn't need much for refrigeration (cooler and ice) nor does it need much of anything but a wash/maybe cut for preparation.

When vegetables/fuit/nuts&seeds replace "convenience meals" it turns out they are actually extremely more convenient.

Want a protein/meat? Take some smoked salmon or quality jerky with you.

Just a suggestion.
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Old January 11th, 2013, 02:09 PM   #71
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I ate the shit out of spaghettio's with hot dogs when I was young. I tried some the other day and thought they were disgusting. I guess our taste buds change as we get older?
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Old January 11th, 2013, 02:47 PM   #72
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Pan sauteed filet mignon with carmel brandy mushroom sauce, mashed redskin potatoes, pan seared asparagus and a fine bottle of red wine.
I'm rich so I choose not to eat like poor people.
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Old January 11th, 2013, 02:51 PM   #73
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Then you obviously aren't livin!
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Old January 11th, 2013, 03:20 PM   #74
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Fawk, some of you guys eat some nasty shit.
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Old January 11th, 2013, 05:47 PM   #75
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I ate the shit out of spaghettio's with hot dogs when I was young. I tried some the other day and thought they were disgusting. I guess our taste buds change as we get older?
That sure is the truth! I use to love those canned Vienna sausages. One day for some reason I happened across them and bought like 4 cans!! Couldn't wait to eat some when I got home! I took a bite and was in disbelief that I actually liked that crap!
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Old January 11th, 2013, 06:11 PM   #76
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I has a hungry, that makes this thread dangerous.
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More like...no vegetables?

The beauty of whole food produce (all fruits basically, carrots, celery, peppers, cucumbers, cherry tomato, etc) is it really doesn't need much for refrigeration (cooler and ice) nor does it need much of anything but a wash/maybe cut for preparation.

When vegetables/fuit/nuts&seeds replace "convenience meals" it turns out they are actually extremely more convenient.

Want a protein/meat? Take some smoked salmon or quality jerky with you.

Just a suggestion.

I do fruit when possible it just goes bad really fast.
I do nuts and trail mix a lot varying it as a small meal replacement. It has a really high fat content.

Jerky has a lot of salt and is more of a treat. I love eating the stuff but I drink tons of water to keep my salt balanced when eating it.

I eat cereal next to never. Every now and then I will buy the small single serving of frosted mini wheat's and eat it on the go(no milk).

I like double entendre alias that's where cerial came from.

I did the same thing with spaghettios vaguely remembering them as a kid and some beef a roni thinking they would taste good.

They taste like soft noodles in a ketchup sauce. I stopped eating after half the bowl. I did not even bother with the beef a roni. That stuff can not be good for you.
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Yum all less then $3.00
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Here is another one that's cheep and good.

1 pound venison burger
1 large acorn squash
1/2 cup unprepared rice
1/2 cup dried cranberries
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 tsp cinnamon

Pre heat oven to 400•.
Put 1/2" of water in the bottom of a 9x13 pan.
Cut squash into 1/4's place face down on pan bake 40 min
While squash is cooking prepare your rice and brown burger
Bring a pan of water to boil. Remove from heat and soak cranberries for 5 min
Strain water from cranberries
Mix browned venison, rice, cranberries, brown sugar and cinnamon
Remove squash from over flip upright and stuff them with venison and rice mix
Return stuffed squash back to over and broil for 5 minutes

Takes about an hour to make and it is a good hearty meal.
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