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Re: Im not taking care of myself enough

Posted by alexandra_k on April 29, 2019, at 15:56:43

In reply to Re: Im not taking care of myself enough Lamdage22, posted by baseball55 on April 21, 2019, at 18:23:26

I only resent cooking if I am not particularly thrilled about what I've made.

I am not a particularly good cook. I would not feel comfortable cooking for others.

I prefer to make pot roasts in my slow cooker or oven roasts and then live off of it cold over the next couple days. Have roast chicken and vegetable sandwiches, or whatever.

I make soup from chicken bones / some of the meat that is left in the slow cooker. Lots of split green peas and some barley. Even better for a rasher of bacon, if I've got some. It makes a thick soup that is pretty good for a couple days, again.

It is a way of living off of mostly meat and veges and only adding as much salt as I choose to add and no sugar.

I go through phases with other things, really. I need to figure out beef soups instead of eating so much chicken. I feel bad for the chickens...

I have been going through a hamburger phase lately because I've been able to get 2 decent grass fed serloin steaks for around $12 which will feed 8 steak burgers. That't lots of steak burgers :) Then I can make pan fries while I'm cutting the spinach and tomato... Decent aged cheddar and some caremalised onion... I was pretty excited about that.

I basically eat the same thing over and over until I make something else.

I guess I am my own family of 6, or whatever.




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