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#31 Old 10-13-2004, 11:28 AM
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Who here likes cold seitan? Salted and rubbery? anybody?
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Who here likes cold seitan? Salted and rubbery? anybody?



I LOVE salty things, so I probably WOULD like it. But I am extremely sensitive to sodium (I swell easily, etc) so I have to watch my intake.
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cut up veggies and mustard

lots of fruit and veggies--frozen fruit is good too

jelly..

peanut butter

nuts

heated vanilla soymilk with cinamon (hey, it's good)

I snack lots on dry cereal out of the box, soymilk from the carton and random pieces of fruit and spoonfuls of peanut butter... hmm.. didn't realize i was quite that ghetto.



I do this all too, especially the snacking and the veggies with mustard....yum mustart is good on some many things
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I'll eat mustard on just about anything, lettuce and mustard sandwiches, mustard on crackers, sometimes I'll be in a hurry so I'll just eat a veggie burger patty with mustard on it, because bread takes too long (lol). I also make this "stew" out of corn, morningstar farms veggie crumbles and flour, water and a little oil all boiled together until its thick like gravy. The coloring in the crumbles gives it this greenish cast, but its really good, I went through a phase where I ate this at least twice a day.
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Hmm...I put hot sauce on a bowl of lettuce and call it a salad.
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Anything that takes less than 2 minutes to prepare (and hopefully to cook), preferably in the microwave and using no more than two dishes and little or no work is my specialty.
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long (lol). I also make this "stew". The coloring in the crumbles gives it this greenish cast.



Inticing! No, i'm serious.
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it's not really ghetto,



but when i buy rice, especially brown rice b/c it takes so darn long to cook, i buy those "boil-in-bag" things. i feel so dirty.
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it's not really ghetto,



but when i buy rice, especially brown rice b/c it takes so darn long to cook, i buy those "boil-in-bag" things. i feel so dirty.



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I believe that instant rice + frozen veggies + some black pepper = a good meal
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it's not really ghetto,



but when i buy rice, especially brown rice b/c it takes so darn long to cook, i buy those "boil-in-bag" things. i feel so dirty.

Theres rice by lunberg that cooks in about 20 minutes and turns out perfectly.
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Boil in bag rice that takes like three minutes

Nuked potatoes with pepper on them

Spoonfuls of peanut butter!

my idea of a salad is lettuce and carrots. Anything else optional

Raw green beans. Mmmm

DRY cereal, out of the box

If I'm really hungry, spoonfuls of sugar



You know what is really ghetto tho? Duct tape..wait, you don't eat duct tape...or DO you??
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#43 Old 10-13-2004, 04:02 PM
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You know what is really ghetto tho? Duct tape..wait, you don't eat duct tape...or DO you??

*looks around at present wrapped in duct tape, duct tape card, duct tape folders, duct tape book covers, duct tape wallet, duct tape belt, and roll of duct tape* Obsessed, who me?





Fancy is when you heat up the canned tomato sauce before you put it on the pasta.
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i have my cereal with water too. the cereal is already so sweet!

& i have mustard sandwiches.

& sometimes i'll mix some almond butter & water to make cheap almond milk.
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#45 Old 10-13-2004, 07:29 PM
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Is having shells & chreese and collard greens for dinner ghetto, or just southern?

I wouldn't really call that Southern and I'd definitely not call it ghetto. ... I'm thinking it would be ghetto if you used iceberg lettuce instead of collards though.

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Top Ramen, a can of mushrooms, a can of spinich-green beans-or peas,a can of tomato soup..Walah-! Call this and variations of it "Muck"..I am the muck master.. Work folks even know the term..."So...what sortta muck are ya' having today dude-?"

Tash, I think your version of voila is the most ghetto thing in this thread!
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Top Ramen, a can of mushrooms, a can of spinich-green beans-or peas,a can of tomato soup..Walah-! Call this and variations of it "Muck"..I am the muck master.. Work folks even know the term..."So...what sortta muck are ya' having today dude-?"

Tash, I think your version of voila is the most ghetto thing in this thread!
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When I'm feeling particularly lazy, I plop in front of the computer with a bowl of rice, soy & wasabi, and full sheets of nori. Then my lazy butt just rips pieces and scoops.
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I like to make Rice-a-roni and throw in frozen broccoli and corn.
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(Canned Some-Kinda-Bean* + Bowl of Lettuce w/Dressing + Torn-Off Hunka' Pita Bread) x 7 = My Dinner for the Week







*sometimes substituted w/ hummus if I'm feelin' crafty in the kitchen

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how 'bout soup out of the can with a knife 'cuz you can't find a spoon?
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Hm.. some of these aren't very ghetto at all.. More like "simple".



Dude, potato chips and BBQ sauce = SO YUMMY! No need to buy other dips... I tried it once because I wanted french fries and BBQ sauce, and I thought that chips would be close enough as I had no potatoes, or money to go buy fries.



BBQ sauce is an awesome condiment.
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Ha! I totally forgot about my ghetto alfredo!



I made some ramen noodles, with a bit of margerine, soymilk, and garlic powder. It was all I had on hand! All microwaved. Mm. hehe.
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I gotta have some lube.. My tongue is so big, so I can't dry swallow anything!



I need to stop being a perv.
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I believe that instant rice + frozen veggies + some black pepper = a good meal



Hells yeah!
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I need to stop being a perv.



You naughty girl! Actually, I wrote it like that on purpose.
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I forgot to mention my top ramen enchilada. Thats as ghetto as it gets. I get top ramen in a pack, (oriental) crush em up and put em in a plastic cup and pour boilin water on it. Let it sit for a few mins...then drain em off really good. Then take some "chreese" and put it in the noodles, stir, take a 30 cents bag of fritos (original) and crush em up and put em in there too. Mix. It will be thick. Pour it all in the frito bag, flatten it out, and let it sit for two mins. Open up the bag, and ya got an enchilada.
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or a baked potato ghetto vegan style.



Take a bag of 30 cents orignal lays potato chips, crush em up, add a lil bit of hot water..(just a bit until its all mushy but thick) put some chreese in the bag, some bacos, mix with spoon, and eat. But since I dont have anything else to do, I just put the stuff in a bowl and shape it like a potato.
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or a baked potato ghetto vegan style.



Take a bag of 30 cents orignal lays potato chips, crush em up, add a lil bit of hot water..(just a bit until its all mushy but thick) put some chreese in the bag, some bacos, mix with spoon, and eat. But since I dont have anything else to do, I just put the stuff in a bowl and shape it like a potato.



Instant mashed potatos!
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Yep Yep!
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I love this post...



can Crushed tomatoes (69cents) w/ crackers and/or instant tatoe mix, (mixed) and 3 green peppers (what at MOST 99cents each) (stuffed w/cracker tom mix)... And an onion if i have it.. MMmmm



Boiled peanuts, like someone else said, i eat popcorn like it's going out of style, noodles w/ butter and tons of salt, mmmm salt.... Refried beans sandwich (add fake sour cream!), instant tatoe mix w/ rice/soy milk w/ spices w/ onion and it's ghetto tatoe soup my partner makes it great CHEAP, uuuhhhhh



Tons of stuff... We are poor veganish people.
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