Why are all recipes so costly. Where is poverty cooking.

Why are all recipes so costly. Where is poverty cooking.

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    We have poverty cooking at home.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Cheap, easy, delicious. Corrrr fook it lads who needs to learn how to fookin cook anything

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Cooking that properly instead of buying frozen sloppa is expensive though and a waste of oil tbh

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        in what world are fish sticks and french fries not considered slop?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          When they are homemade.
          Slandering simple dishes is a psyop to get the plebs to pay more and become more dependant on the growing ghost kitchens and food delivery companies.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >homemade
            who in the world makes fish sticks at home? you need a ton of chemicals. don't you read the packaging?

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Bro you can make battered fish easy what the frick is this godforsaken board.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                you must be some science teacher having a ton of wacky potions at home. no normal person has e621 or e338 at home

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                The frick are those? I don't speak youro.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                > e621
                What the frick does furry porn have to do with food and cooking?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                You're telling me you never cooked naked with furry porn in the background? Missing out, man. Call yourself a real chef?
                All the best chefs have an e621 account. How do you think they get all those cumloads they dump into bad customer's orders?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >e621 or e338
                why is EU like this, just call it what it is you clowns

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >fish sticks
                >battered

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              You don’t need to add preservatives to homemade food you fool.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                If you buy a piece of fish and bread it yourself then sure. But buying packaged fish sticks and sliced potatoes from a factory is not home cooking and it's not all that cheap. Buy a bag of rice, a bag of beans, a bag of potatoes and your own fish for a meal that isn't much more effort but is a fraction of the cost.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >ghost kitchens
            they have to exist somewhere. usually it's just mcdonalds dressed up as a mid-low tier fast food or something like that.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        get an air fryer or a toaster oven. also oil can be reused quite a few times and is perfectly economical if you arent frying a cup of food in a gallon of oil. you can also easily make home fries for the cost of a potato and a tablespoon of oil. crack an egg into some home fries and you have a hearty poverty meal for like 60 cents.

        and if youre poor enough that any of this even matters to you then you should be going to a food bank or getting food assistance

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          All talk, no action. Make it properly at home without using packaged sloppa and post pics and budget or stfu.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            potato 30 cents
            egg 16 cents
            oil 10 cents
            I'm getting ready to go to work so no I'm not cooking a potato to prove that grass is green

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              i can second you anon, my gf used to make home fries/huevos rancheros lots (and then she started dieting sadly)

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Congratulations, that's a great recipe for not what that image depicted.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >waste of oil
        you're supposed to filter it and save it for next time you need to fry something

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Ngl a plate of fish sticks with a dipping sauce would be really nice rn

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      the beautiful colours of orange and brown. but why is it fish and beans?

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I don't dictate food costs anon, please don't kill me :3
    You could try to make your own bread and eat more beans and peas, that's what I do and I can stretch $50-60 worth of groceries for quite a while.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >cook pasta til al dente
    >add cetchup

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYRx9e6PeSoJ7Bjn24q_AMSiWzCqEH962

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >buy pork shoulder roast
    >brine and season
    >roast
    ????

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    FRICK ANIME!!!!!!

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      [...]
      FRICK ANIME!!!!!!!

      lol

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    you can get a loaf of bread for a dollar, and rice is cheap. pair with beans and vegetables. you can make a soup out of any combination of beans and vegetables with a simple aromatic base (mirepoix, holy trinity, scallion/garlic/ginger/, sofrito, etc) and a thickener. You can even use the beans, rice, or bread as thickener.

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The frick are you following recipes for? Learned helplessness moron.

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Make bread. Make rice. Make beans.
    Make soups. Make pasta.

    Basically you make do with whatever you have on hand, using cheap as frick ingredients. That means cheap carbs, beans and other cheap shit. And it also means baking your own bread.

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Don't know how useful this chart will be during Biden's runaway inflation, but it gives you an idea of how to pick your protein on a cost basis.

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous
  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous
  14. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Where is poverty cooking.

    https://www.budgetbytes.com/

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >$6 recipe
      Alright, cool. Sounds good.
      >go to store to buy 1 tbsp of rice vinegar for $0.12
      >have to buy the whole bottle
      >costs more than the whole recipe
      Guess I'm drinking rice vinegar for dinner.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        So don't make the recipes that require rice vinegar.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        yeah and what if that rice vinegar goes bad before you can use all of it? dumbass

  15. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >

    [...]


    $1 for kale
    $0.50 of spaghetti
    pennies' worth of olive oil, salt, black pepper
    $0.25 of parmesan
    $0.25 for a quarter of a lemon, lime or orange

    easy, quick, tasty, healthy...perhaps TOO healthy considering the disinterest. "it must not be tasty" youre thinking. youre wrong. make it, youll love it...or you can choose to stay amerifat if you really want to.

  16. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Poverty cook
    >Store picks up on what your buying
    >push it to sale.
    >more poors buy it
    >price increase

    This is why im not sharing. Happens to the best foods. Luckily, beef liver will always be unpopular.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      ox tails are outrageously priced

  17. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >read the weekly supermarket ad
    >pick out what's on sale
    >know how to cook it
    it's literally the gold standard of knowing how to cook anon, don't expect it to be easy

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      yikes
      Even as a poorgay you shouldn't live that desperately. Buy what you want and cook what you want, sales are a trick to fool you into thinking you're saving money while also making you live like a slave who has to eat the scraps he's allowed to purchase with his meager salary. Just buy regular shit and know what you'll do with it.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        i buy sales just for the entertainment, even when im not broke. always be eating different, its the key to success.

  18. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Why are all recipes so costly
    Because they aren't pulling their weight.

  19. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    get a job fatty

  20. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Because youre' dumb.
    Chicken Legs go at $2.20 per pound if you by in bulk
    You can get 20 pound bags of flour for $10
    Cheddar and Mozzarella for $7 per pound
    So on, so forward
    Buy in bulk

  21. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Most recipes are to make fancy stuff to impress others. Use them as guidelines and buy cheap products. I usually start by getting cheap meat and shop from there. Once you pick the meat you can decide what vegetables, sauce and other sides would go well with it and pick the cheap ones that look good

  22. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I am convinced that some people deserve to be poor

  23. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    We've been tricked into eating plants. Cooking is actually one of the best ways to save boatloads of money when you realize that plant foods are for farm animals and not human consumption.

    For example bacon gives you FREE cooking fat for eggs. Both keep you so full you'll be able to skip lunch. A ~$5 meal NOT full of seed oils like fast food slop.

  24. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It's not expensive as long as you average out the cost of ingredients like spices over all the dishes they will be used in instead of just the one recipe you are trying to make right now.

  25. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    you dont need recipes for it op

  26. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Enjoy!

  27. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    What are you looking for? My stomach is thrashed so I've been eating super cheap. Today I had turkey burgers with spinach, feta, and kalamata olives, and coconut ginger rice (pre-mix) as a side. This made lunch and dinner for 2 1/2 days for $10.

    Really you can base your entire diet around meat, rice, and frozen vegetables but if you want actual tasty food use this place for recipes and once you learn shit just use it for ideas.
    https://www.budgetbytes.com/
    I also like that they CLEARLY explain shit like using bullion over store bought broth, its important to know this shit.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/56UMLRJ.jpeg

      I like how 16th century cooking chad jas townsend and son has told Culinaly this for the last 2 months straight and it still hasn't sunk in.
      No one writes down recipes for poor people.
      Also Sex with Elda.

      FRICK ANIME!!!!!!!

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      budgetbytes is pretty much the perfect site for learning how to feed yourself

  28. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >be me
    >go to grocery store for the umpteenth time
    >buy celery, kidney beans, rice, bag of potatoes, 4 vegetable stock
    >......and your bill is $35.56 cents
    >go home and never touch it and eventually throw it in garbage
    >continue to eat waffles at night and mcdonalds in the evening because can't cook good food that's palatable or genuinely tastes good

    I feel like its impossible to cook. Im sitting here eating waffles with a glass of water

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      baked potato in the microwave. pretty much as low effort as it gets.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      So buy stuff to make waffles and burgers idiot.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      skip the beans,
      rice goes in a ricer cooker after you rinsed it out 3 times (fill with water, swirl around, then lightly strain without losing much rice using your fingers)
      potatoes go in a pan after you cut them into chunks or into a pot after you slice them, or into an oven. These are some of the easiest vegetables to cook.
      >celery
      >other vegetables
      onions basically dont go bad most of the time so keep a few around but if you are struggling to throw a meal together out of autism dont buy a lot of perishable vegetables.

      [...]

      So buy stuff to make waffles and burgers idiot.

      burgers can be tricky to do well enough for the average moron who burns fire but not being able to do waffles is genuine brain rot and i think you may as well have a nice day if you cant figure it out. almost every quick bread box in the world comes with a waffle recipe on the back. anyone who knows how to turn a computer on and type on it should be able to follow those instructions.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >burgers can be tricky to do well enough for the average moron who burns fire
        >set oven to 400F
        >put burgers in oven
        >flip after 10 minutes
        >cook for 10 more minutes
        >done
        its like using a microwave but it takes longer

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >celery
      You can eat that raw
      >kidney beans
      If you buy them canned in sauce or sth, they're already cooked, so you can just eat them right away too
      >vegetable stock
      You could eat it raw, but it's probably better to boil it in some water and drink it like a smoothie
      >rice and potatoes
      Put water in a pot, put a good portion of rice or potatoes in and boil them until they're edible. (taste the rice and poke at the potatoes (don't taste them raw!) to check if they're soft and ready for eating)

      You really don't need to do more than just throwing edible stuff together and eating it. You don't even need to throw the ingredients together if you're lazy. Eating them separately will sate your hunger too. And if not, add more butter.

      >It's not tasty enough
      Then buy food you like. (and add more butter)
      Cooked noodles or bread with some canned, pre-cooked slop is best in my opinion. Or tomato sauce and canned tuna.
      >threw food in the garbage
      Pasta, rice, canned foods and frozen foods last pretty long. If you have a freezer, you can buy really low-effort dishes that have simple instructions on the package. Probably healthier than canned food and definitely healthier than just eating waffles or instant noodles every day.
      >I refuse to cook
      You can always just eat cooked stuff directly from the can. You can also buy eggs pre-cooked. Or just eat more fruit and bread with plain cheese or something. You can put pretty much anything on bread, honestly. If it tastes bad, just add more mayonnaise. That's also how you make plain salad tasty if you're lazy.

      https://i.imgur.com/Gxaq7Zp.jpeg

      Why are all recipes so costly. Where is poverty cooking.

      Flour with macaroni?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Also, add more ketchup if you're lazy and picky. My kid cousin eats rice, noodles and eggs with only ketchup because he hates almost everything else. If you have to add ketchup to everything, you know you have a problem. Cooking really isn't that hard once you know the basics though.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >If you have to add ketchup to everything, you know you have a problem.
          I like to add "spreadable butter," soy sauce and ketchup to everything because it tastes good.
          It can transform even the worst kitchen mistakes into something palatable. Like if you tried to make a cheeseburger out of wienerroaches and soy cheese.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Get a Wok, take the ricepill. Electric is okay if you don't have a gas stove.

      Buy in bulk, giant bag of rice, giant thing of soy sauce, cheap frozen cuts of chicken, frozen veggies. Prepare the chicken properly with the washing and MSG. Enjoy cheap and good fried rice at home all the time.

      Curry too, not the britbong shit, steal recipies from actual Indian places. A few shakers of good spices from a shop or online will last you a year. Egg and potato curries, laugh at rising meat prices from atop your mountains of rice bags. You can even make your own naan with shit you should keep in your kitchen.

      Those homosexuals in the east stretch cheap food far because they had to in order to have their gajillion strong peasant armies slaughter eachother all the time.

      The initial investment may look like you're spending the same insane amounts on groceries, but when months have passed and you still have more rice, you will celebrate with more vidya.

      Soup pill yourself, now. Make a loaded potato soup at the start of the week, or a clam chowder, freeze whatever you do not eat or pack for your next set of meals. Invest in the spice rack, it will save your cooking. Once you have trained yourself to make a good and hearty soup, the rest will be natural. Curry is also easy once you have the required spices.

      Also don't buy boxed stock, buy the better than bullion jar shit. In the fridge it will last forever, and just takes a spoonfull to scoop in.

      >why thick soups and chowders
      They freeze good. You need to get yourself over that first hurdle of cooking something that you can eat, and not having it go bad before your eyes. Freezing it will make you feel better and that it's not going to waste.

      Every soup can teach you a small part of cooking to build upon. Need to caramelize? French Onion soup. The entire point of the soup is to caramelize onions and you can watch them do so in real time. It is the beginners way.

  29. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I like how 16th century cooking chad jas townsend and son has told Culinaly this for the last 2 months straight and it still hasn't sunk in.
    No one writes down recipes for poor people.
    Also Sex with Elda.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >No one writes down recipes for poor people.
      Uh, from Townsends videos:
      https://archive.org/details/TheArtOfCookery/page/n69/mode/2up
      And yes he concedes many of the recipes are to acculturate rather than feed mouths most efficiently, but it's a pretty diverse book with economical recipes.

      But I get the general vibe - the context of the 18th century average homecook is such that recipes would just as likely be passed down orally or intuitively from the necessity of cooking with what you have.

  30. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Anon, lucky for you I am here! Here's an EZ-PZ recipe you can follow at home!

    Ingredients:
    (Two) pieces of bread! Any kind!
    (One) slice of cheese! Feel free to use more!
    Butter

    Put that shit in a frying pan. Make a grilled cheese. Now you can live forever. Add deli meat, mayonaise, ketchup, or anything else you like for flavor!

  31. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Proper food costs. A lot. And poor people aren't willing to pay for it. They rather buy a new smartphone or designer t-shirt to look cool. And buy wholegrain bread from the supermarket (which is just white bread with colorants). They die 7 years earlier and get chronically ill 10 years earlier than other folks.

    Make your own. Grow your own. Pool together with others. Never ever settle for less. You can't get cheaper than that. And rarely better. You'll look better, feel bdþer and your kids will be much better off too. Grow your own.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      where i live (part of america) poor means burning 8k calories a day working, eating 1k at breakfast, 1k at lunch, 4k at moms for dinner and the last 2k from a family pak of golden oreos snacked throughout the day. youre talking about "benefits poor" which is a sort of modern concept meaning "kept from starving no matter what cause we can afford it and would rather pay than watch you suffer from your own decisions and/or the vagaries of fate." thats a noble effort: all im saying is that people in most of the world who actually need to work to literally eat are a different set from those who are fed.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Make your own. Grow your own
      Farming/gardening is an expensive and time consuming hobby, moronic larper.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >buy pack of seeds ($2)
        >get like $1000 worth of tomatoes back out
        Weird cope. Have you seen how much they charge for fresh herbs at the store? Not growing absolutely everything you possibly can is moronic.

  32. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Just stop being moronic it’s that simple.

  33. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Cook in batches and freeze down what you don't immediately eat for appropriate recipes. What I do is make chicken/pork breaded cutlets for general use purposes and freeze them down in freezer bags to use as either DIY mc chickens, chicken parm (only really need cheese, pasta sauce and boiled noodles beyond rebaking the frozen chicken if scrimping), or make things like katsudon curry over rice with vermont curry bricks. Very versatile and scaleable. And cheap, most of all.

  34. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Just get ramen and throw some cheap protein on top.

  35. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >poverty cooking
    https://www.youtube.com/@YouTubes_Original_Grandma

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Most of the budget staples from the depression are expensive today.
      Funny how that works. Almost like these shortages are manufactured.

  36. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Protein pick 1
    >Eggs
    >Beans
    >Cheap canned tuna
    >Ground beef
    >Cheese
    Carbs pick 1
    >Potato
    >Rice
    >Pasta
    >Bread
    Vegetables pick one
    >Frozen
    >Canned
    >Onion and garlic
    >Squash
    Cooking method pick one
    >Soup or stew
    >Grilled
    >Baked
    >Fried
    >Sauteed
    Ex cheap tuna with baked potato and canned vegetable salad

  37. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Just don't listen to elitist women and you'll realize how ridiculously cheap and simple "casual food" is. Casual food was what allowed humans to win entire fricking wars and create colonies.
    >boil cereal grains and eat the goop
    >soak dry beans -> stew it in tomato paste for something even cheaper than baked beans
    >put a ridiculously tiny amount of yeast in flourwater for no-knead bread
    >do a bunch of other blah blah shit for nutrition; I'm just a newbie so I can't tell you everything

  38. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I wrote this up for a friend the other day.

    Chicken broth:
    1 Whole Chicken
    2-3 Carrots
    4 Celery Stalks
    1 Onion
    1 dry red chili pepper
    1 tbl Whole Black Peppercorn
    2 tsp Salt to taste (you will probably need more)
    1/2 head of garlic, sliced in half or crush all.
    1 bunch of Parsley
    1 Leek
    1 tbl Vinegar (apple cider or white, or use double the amount of pickle brine)
    Optional:
    A small knob of ginger, smashed.
    1 Leek

    Prepare the chicken by flexing the wings and cutting them at the joint. You may need to cut through some skin. once you have exposed the joint, cut through. The wings and tips will be reserved for the broth because they contain a lot of fat and bone, and some meat.

    Expose and remove the thigh quarters by working the thigh of the chicken, finding the joint, and cutting through the joint. Separate the drumstick from the thigh at the joint, and use the drumstick for the broth for the same reason as the wings. You can also choose to use the drumstick for the soup if they are particularly meaty.

    Extract the bone from the thigh by cutting around the thigh. Save this bone for the broth. If you are saving the drumstick for the soup, shave off meat from the drumstick and save the bone for the broth.

    Along the sides of the chicken, possibly underneath a layer of skin, is a line of fat. Cut along this line to remove the entire front of the chicken and to separate it from the whole back of the chicken. If you wish, you may remove the oyster of the chicken, located near the hips. Cut the front breast of the chicken in half to separate out the whole chicken breasts. You may find that the back of the chicken is too big for a pot, so consider breaking it down by cutting it in half or into manageable chunks. The back meat and bones will be used for the broth, and the breasts will be used for the soup.

    1/3

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Place all of your broth meat on a greased cookie sheet, and spray the meat with spray butter or spray oil. This will help transfer heat into the meat to deepen how it roasts. Roast all of your bones and meat in a 400 degree oven for 30-45 minutes, until the meat and bones are browned, not golden. This step will enrich the flavor of your broth, and reduce the amount of scimming you have to do for the broth, because you are breaking down many of the proteins that cause the scum. You do not have to roast the chicken's feet.

      Place all of your meat and bones into a large stockpot. Deglaze your baking pan lightly with water, adding a good amount of water to the pan and scraping gently with a flat-edged wooden spoon or a chopstick if you are desperate. Add this fond and liquid to your broth.

      Process all of your broth vegetables as follows:

      Break carrots into halves or thirds by hand. Cut celery into roughly the same size. Smash your garlic or cut in half. Smash your ginger or cut into 1/4" slices. Cut your onion into 1/8ths. Cut your leeks in half and wash the green tops very well. Cut the bottom almost in half lengthwise, sparing a small amount on the bottom, and do it again so that your leek is split into 1/4's still attached at the root. This assists in cleaning the leek, which tends to be very dirty.

      Add all of your spices to the broth. A single red chili pod adds background warmth to the broth, and vinegar helps extract nutrients from the bones and meat. Chicken's feet adds collagen to the soup.

      Cover your broth ingredients well with tap water with an extra inch or two to spare. Set to high heat until it comes to a simmer, then lower the heat until the broth comes to only a bare simmer. Simmer this broth for 3 hours.

      When finished, fish out all solids and discard.
      2/3

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Soup Ingredients

        Chicken broth
        Chicken meat
        Carrots
        Celery
        Onion
        Salt/Pepper to taste.
        Optional: Rice and/or potatoes.

        Cut your meat into manageable, bite size chunks, as well as your vegetables. Add all to hot broth and boil for ~30 minutes until all are cooked. Do not add rice to the broth, or it will suck up all of the broth.
        ------------------------------------------------------------------------
        Noodles
        3 eggs
        1 tsp salt
        3 tbl milk
        2-3/4c AP Flour

        Mix all, then rest the dough covered or in a ziplock bag for 10 minutes. Roll out the dough and cut into noodles or dumplings. Dust the cut noodles with flour so they do not stick. Cook the noodles in the soup for only the last few minutes, as they will finish cooking in as few as 2 minutes, depending on how thin or thick they are cut. So taste them as they cook to know when they are done.

        Serve the soup with bread and cheese, or with rice if you need even more filler.

        I ran the math on how much everything costs, and it's like ~$20-$30 for shit I bought mostly at a Walmart, and it comes out to something like 10 servings, give or take.

        3/3

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          If a poor person was able to read and follow all those instructions they'd have a job and not be poor. They're poor because they're moronic

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I don't want to agree with this, but I do. You're right. While it's near impossible to become Wealthy starting from a poor background for a number of reasons, if you're literally too broke to eat in the modern world, you are a moron for sure.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              You're dumb as frick so it's hard to understand but the vast majority of jobs filter out intelligent applicants. The very few entry jobs that aren't nepotism hires are all given to the most disabled.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                You might be a sad ass terminal wagie but assistant manager at taco bell makes plenty to live on. If you got IQ you got no excuse to starve

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I never get recipes like this. Its a ton of work for mediocre food that doesnt even cover a full nutritional range and what's the point of this when it will go bad well before a single person can eat half of it? Chicken isn't going to last for 10 days so what's the point of spending $30 to make ten servings?

  39. 1 month ago
    Doann_Goddess

    Scrambled eggs for breakfast, pasta or some meat for lunch and leftover pasta or pizza for dinner.

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