|Breakfast oatmeal & egg|
|small amount of leftover |
lentils & rice
|green beans & 2 eggs|
Breakfast: oatmeal and a hard boiled egg
Lunch: Leftover rice with leftover lentil soup (and a lot less than I thought!)
Dinner: Green beans, 2 Eggs.
Dinner: I thought I was going to make these oatmeal rice patties but when I got home from work at 8pm I decided I wanted to eat NOW and not in an hour! So I just fried two eggs and microwaved some frozen green beans. This is probably the level of difficulty I would continue with if I had to do this challenge for more than a week.
I'm so over cooking and staying up late to make lunch or cook rice. It's just not realistic to think this is easy. It's just not realistic to think that $4.72 is a lot! Some of the comments on this blog act like $4.72 is totally doable...I challenge them to prove it. It might be doable, but it's barely sustainable and requires a lot of attention. It's not the easiest way to live. It adds a level of stress to an already stressful life. Stress, about something as wonderful as food. One more thing to worry about, it's just another "bill" to pay. Not fun at all.
|frozen blueberries & yogurt|
Dessert: The rest of my plain yogurt and some frozen blueberries
My Grocery List:
Frozen Blueberries: $2.99 (I cheated, I already had these and they are from Trader Joes) 3/4 of the bag left