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>fourth day at new job
>"So what kind of stuff do you like, anon?"
>Uhh, I like the Twilight Zone
>"Twilight? That movie with vampires and werewolves?"
>everyone starts laughing
>second week at job
>start mealprepping my meals at $2.50 a meal
>take 2 packages of minced chicken/beef/pork (~300g each)
>put them in a pot and let the meat cook in the meat fat oils
>add 4 diced carrots
>add 4 diced potatoes
>add water and mix with a generous amount of pepper, paprika, chilli powders and other seasonings
>mix them up and leave the stove on for 15 minutes
>enough food for 4 meals
>eat by myself at my desk at work
>coworkers laugh and ostracize me for being a boring loser that eats the same thing everyday
>meanwhile they go out and eat at restaurants and spend $8 a meal followed by a Starbucks(tm) coffee for $5


Anyway, what are some simple meals to mealprep?
My "stew" usually tastes spicy so I don't even bother adding salt or using broth.
I usually used minced meat because they cook faster and I can eat the first serving immediately after it's doing "stewing" in the pot.

>> No.10770621

>add water and mix with a generous amount of pepper, paprika, chilli powders and other seasonings
>My "stew" usually tastes spicy so I don't even bother adding salt or using broth.
yeah i wonder why that is.
Chilli powders paprika powders onion powders all known never to include salt and sugar
i would post that pic with the drooling no brain guy but jokes on you i dont safe retarded shit like that for worthless trash like you.
What a waste of 45 seconds

>> No.10770622

cool fake story, fag

>> No.10770625

>>10770621
yeah but would using broth instead of water really make a significant difference? it's already delicious as it is

>> No.10770627

>>10770611
I'd hang out with you anon. Try chicken breasts chopped up and whatever with broccoli and whatever else you want. Rice and beans are a staple in my house because they're cheap and I'm poorish. 'deens are also a good bet, but people meme that they're gross, so you'll have to just grow a pair.

>> No.10770630

>>10770611
>He still watches the Twilight Zone.
My man!

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>>10770625
u got me

>> No.10770676

>>10770621
>Chilli powders paprika powders onion powders all known never to include salt and sugar

I cant tell of youre being sarcastic, but if you are, they really don't. What brand of garlic powder are you buying that has sugar?

OP is very much retarded, don't get me wrong, but at least they're making sense.

>> No.10770685

>>10770611
add salt to everything dummy

>> No.10770690

>>10770676
i 5% unironically cant tell if your being serious right now
basically ALL combination of powerds which are not purely 1 type of shit like grinded up onions /paprika include salt and sugar.
The overwhelming majority does

>> No.10770713

>>10770611
I like the Twilight Zone, too. I have a boxed set of every episode, and end up watching most of the series over the course of each year. It doesn't spring to mind as a self-defining hobby, though.

Anyway, if you boil your food one night you can eat the solids and save the stock for the following night. Then you boil something basic in the reserved stock, like lentils, and eat the lentils along along with the broth. It's a good and economic technique.

>> No.10770733

>>10770690
You seem to think OP was talking about those shitty McCormick brand seasoning bags. For some reason. My mistake.

>> No.10770756

>>10770611
Mealprep a few different meals at once and rotate them :))))
All you have to do is use 60 dollars of ingredients in one session :))))

>> No.10770767

>>10770611
Hey OP, don't worry about it. Dunno the whole situation but it might just be social anxiety paranoia. If they really are a bunch of assholes fuck em. Don't wanna be friends with an asshole anyway

>> No.10770801

You sound like a whiny faggot and if your co-workers excluded you from week one, I guarantee it's because you act like an awkward loser.

>> No.10770808

>>10770801
People in routine workplaces kind of like awkward losers. When you're at the bottom of the chain, the sight of someone marginally lower than you is gratifying, and there's an ironic instinct to gratify them in return.

>> No.10770814

>>10770801
you bully the awkward loser at your work? At my work we roast each other but it's no more than busting balls really, we never exclude anyone.

>> No.10770875

>>10770627
Kippers are a gateway to enjoying deens. Worked for me.

>> No.10770954

>>10770801
>>10770808
>>10770814
I'm the one who chose not to hang out with them because it was draining my wallet

Also, none of you gave me recipes

>> No.10771017

>>10770690
Your fault was assuming that op was using blends when they mentioned garlic and paprika. Though "other spices" might be salty blends, also the pork may be salted.

>> No.10771028

Do not listen to the deenz fags. They aren't wrong, sardines are delicious. But don't take them to work, your coworkers will just bully you even more because of the smell.

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