slow food vs. fast food

i am someone who really likes eating out. part of it is laziness, part of it is variety. however, eating out (usually) costs a lot of money. i would like to try for the rest of this month to cook my own meals at home. i will fight the urge to order take out, to pick up something quick on the way, or to intentionally dine out. in an attempt to keep myself from food boredom, i think i need to try some new recipes. if i find any i like in particular, i will make sure to post them.

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One thought on “slow food vs. fast food

  1. It is easy to get lazy when it comes to preparing foods at home. Suggestion – on one of your weekend days, make a salad with lettuce, mushrooms, onions, etc (Leave out anything wet – cucumbers, tomatoes, etc.) Grill or bake some chicken and cook some steaks (I eat only grass fed, chem free.) Put all in the fridge. At night, during the week, make up a salad, topped with meat and a baked potato or have a piece of chicken, salad and baked potato…

    For your salad, add your tomatoes, cucumbers, cheeses, dressing, fruit, etc. when you put it on your plate….

    Also, boiled eggs are good protein to add to your salad, as is any type of drained, canned bean…

    Salad ideas:

    lettuce, purple onion, blueberries or strawberries, mushroom, bleu cheese and dressing;

    taco meat (made in advance), cheddar cheese, onions, mushrooms, tomatoes, crumbled tortilla chips, pinto beans all topped with salsa as a dressing;

    lettuce, cucumber, tomato, mushroom, purple onion, feta cheese, Italian dressing.

    Just some thoughts.

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