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 Post subject: Re: Your Bachelor(ette) Meals
PostPosted: Mon Sep 26, 2011 4:37 pm 
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Simmer red beans over rice (or potatoes).

Garlic, onion, cumin, coriander, oregano, bay leaf, chili powder, oil.
Toss in the pan, cook.
Add 3/4 of the tomato which is not moldy/spotted.
Cook more.
Add beans/some cooking liquid.
Simmer, adding salt/chili powder as needed.

Serve as soup or over starch

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 Post subject: Re: Your Bachelor(ette) Meals
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Potato salad. Leftover potatoes, the nayonaise that's been in the fridge way too long, mustard, dill/celery seed/salt/pepper/chili powder/garlic. Shake into a take out container.

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Frozen broccoli, whole wheat pasta shells, queso sauce.

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 Post subject: Re: Your Bachelor(ette) Meals
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16 oz can beans (your choice)
~equal amount corn
some taco sauce or salsa
dash oregano
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Cook beans and corn with taco sauce and oregano until hot. Heat burritos as directed on package. Wrap beans/corn in burrito with sliced avocado. [I'll add some canned asparagus or frozen okra sometimes during the bean/corn cooking.]

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Thanks to mrsbadmouth's blog, I will be having Liz Lovely cookies. And thanks to her zine, I will be having wings as well. A rounded meal, I think.

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 Post subject: Re: Your Bachelor(ette) Meals
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baked beans are disgusting, so I have spaghetti hoops or childish shapes on toast instead.


Thank you! Someone else who thinks baked beans are revolting. I can't understand the weird love some people have for them at all.
And Hdog, are US baked beans seriously sweeter than UK ones? Cos the ones here are sickeningly sweet, and I always figured we'd have British-style.... Hmmm.

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 Post subject: Re: Your Bachelor(ette) Meals
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Last night I had AFR's Butternut coconut rice, which should be a meal for when I am alone in the future, judging from my boyfriend's lack of enthusiasm for the dish. I thought it was quite good and not at all disgusting, however.


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The Vegan Slow Cooker's Pumpkin White Bean Lasagna. I'll be eating off of this for the next few days...


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 Post subject: Re: Your Bachelor(ette) Meals
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I should probably find real food, since all I've had today was a couple of spoonfuls of crunchy peanut butter.

Probably gonna eat some instant oatmeal w blueberries and a dash of almond milk. At least it's nutritious?


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 Post subject: Re: Your Bachelor(ette) Meals
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First I start frying up some cubed potatoes in corn oil (covered). Ten minutes later I throw in some generous helpings of onions and jalapenos. Five minutes later pretty much whatever I have on hand (possibly including, but not limited to: mushrooms, kale, celery, garlic, seitan, tofu pups, beans, corn, etc.). Once everything looks cooked I add salt, nooch, and Southern-style hot sauce. Then I eat. I call it the Louisiana Fry-Up. It's a dressed up version of what I used to eat in undergrad before I learned to cook, so it has the bonus of being comfort food!


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gunk wrote:
baps wrote:
baked beans are disgusting, so I have spaghetti hoops or childish shapes on toast instead.


Thank you! Someone else who thinks baked beans are revolting. I can't understand the weird love some people have for them at all.
And Hdog, are US baked beans seriously sweeter than UK ones? Cos the ones here are sickeningly sweet, and I always figured we'd have British-style.... Hmmm.

Yeah, the UK beans are in a tomato sauce. US beans are generally in a brown sugar, molasses, and corn syrup sauce, sometimes with a hint of tomato. Bush's Vegetarian Baked Beans, for example, have nearly twice the sugar content of UK Heinz.

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Tonight, I had a Gardein burger on toast with vegenaise. I didn't even prep the burger well--I just microwaved it.

I desperately want to make a giant dish of mac daddy or mac 'n' shews to live off of for a week, but that requires buying ingredients and finding the time to cook it all. Hurr.

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 Post subject: Re: Your Bachelor(ette) Meals
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I'm a big fan of combining a bunch of stuff in bowls. Some kind of grain + sauteed or roasted vegetables + lettuce or greens+ hummus or guac + some kind of sauce + daiya or seitan/tofu/whatever if I have it. Bonus points if most of those are leftovers.

edit: Tonight I had the plate version of stuff in a bowl. I was roasting butternut squash to puree for baking and I roasted some pieces in olive oil and salt. Topped with guacamole and daiya. with some pretzels. I was eating the guacamole with chips while waiting for the squash.

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 Post subject: Re: Your Bachelor(ette) Meals
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Yeah, the UK beans are in a tomato sauce. US beans are generally in a brown sugar, molasses, and corn syrup sauce, sometimes with a hint of tomato. Bush's Vegetarian Baked Beans, for example, have nearly twice the sugar content of UK Heinz.


That's disgusting. I thought Heinz was far too sweet as it is.

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hoveringdog™ wrote:
Yeah, the UK beans are in a tomato sauce. US beans are generally in a brown sugar, molasses, and corn syrup sauce, sometimes with a hint of tomato. Bush's Vegetarian Baked Beans, for example, have nearly twice the sugar content of UK Heinz.


That's disgusting. I thought Heinz was far too sweet as it is.

Eww, that does sound pretty rank. I find Heinz horribly sweet too- if I ever buy baked beans I get the store-brand reduced salt/sugar ones (and then chuck a bunch of salt in.)

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Mock chick'n (chickpea) salad with yellow mustard.


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PB&J sandwich and an apple. For dinner.

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hoveringdog™ wrote:
gunk wrote:
baps wrote:
baked beans are disgusting, so I have spaghetti hoops or childish shapes on toast instead.


Thank you! Someone else who thinks baked beans are revolting. I can't understand the weird love some people have for them at all.
And Hdog, are US baked beans seriously sweeter than UK ones? Cos the ones here are sickeningly sweet, and I always figured we'd have British-style.... Hmmm.

Yeah, the UK beans are in a tomato sauce. US beans are generally in a brown sugar, molasses, and corn syrup sauce, sometimes with a hint of tomato. Bush's Vegetarian Baked Beans, for example, have nearly twice the sugar content of UK Heinz.


Okay, this makes the whole toast thing sound a lot better. :)

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PB&J sandwich and an apple. For dinner.


This is what I eat like five days a week.


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 Post subject: Re: Your Bachelor(ette) Meals
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16 oz can beans (your choice)
~equal amount corn
some taco sauce or salsa
dash oregano
burritos
avocados

Cook beans and corn with taco sauce and oregano until hot. Heat burritos as directed on package. Wrap beans/corn in burrito with sliced avocado. [I'll add some canned asparagus or frozen okra sometimes during the bean/corn cooking.]

Geez...I'm such a dweeb (though apparently I'm the only one who noticed). This is to make a burrito, I wrap the ingredients in a fajita. Also, I usually just do beans, salsa, and a bit of oregano (no corn). This was the "fancy" version;)

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Whovian wrote:
Whovian wrote:
16 oz can beans (your choice)
~equal amount corn
some taco sauce or salsa
dash oregano
burritos
avocados

Cook beans and corn with taco sauce and oregano until hot. Heat burritos as directed on package. Wrap beans/corn in burrito with sliced avocado. [I'll add some canned asparagus or frozen okra sometimes during the bean/corn cooking.]

Geez...I'm such a dweeb (though apparently I'm the only one who noticed). This is to make a burrito, I wrap the ingredients in a fajita. Also, I usually just do beans, salsa, and a bit of oregano (no corn). This was the "fancy" version;)

I believe the word you're looking for is tortilla. :)

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interrobang?! wrote:
gunk wrote:
hoveringdog™ wrote:
Yeah, the UK beans are in a tomato sauce. US beans are generally in a brown sugar, molasses, and corn syrup sauce, sometimes with a hint of tomato. Bush's Vegetarian Baked Beans, for example, have nearly twice the sugar content of UK Heinz.


That's disgusting. I thought Heinz was far too sweet as it is.

Eww, that does sound pretty rank. I find Heinz horribly sweet too- if I ever buy baked beans I get the store-brand reduced salt/sugar ones (and then chuck a bunch of salt in.)


Beans on toast is a thing in Newfoundland, I guess we get the UK kind of beans? But its more of an old man thing than a poor student thing.

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interrobang?! wrote:
gunk wrote:
hoveringdog™ wrote:
Yeah, the UK beans are in a tomato sauce. US beans are generally in a brown sugar, molasses, and corn syrup sauce, sometimes with a hint of tomato. Bush's Vegetarian Baked Beans, for example, have nearly twice the sugar content of UK Heinz.


That's disgusting. I thought Heinz was far too sweet as it is.

Eww, that does sound pretty rank. I find Heinz horribly sweet too- if I ever buy baked beans I get the store-brand reduced salt/sugar ones (and then chuck a bunch of salt in.)


I'm weird and love U. S.-style baked beans (Heinz beans are pretty good, too, but I prefer Bush's and whatnot). One of my bachelorette meals is microwaved canned baked beans, with lots of hot sauce and optional sliced Tofu Pups tossed in. Putting them on toast doesn't appeal to me at all, though.

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