When I lived in a dorm I lived off of my blender and my quesadilla maker. I ate wraps for every meal, or a smoothie. I stocked my fridge with cheap, fresh produce and tortillas, and I was set for every meal!
I may decide to get about 5 meals a week since I have an extremely packed schedule. I'll most likely stray away from Ramen unless money gets really tight. Thanks a bunch for the suggestions though. I do have a mini fridge to share with 3 other people.
Fitness Minutes: (9,226) Posts: 713 5/29/11 5:31 P
Do you also have some sort of meal plan or are you cooking only at home? Can you store things in the fridge? Maybe grab some ingredients for salad. Items like Garbonzo Beans & Tuna are awesome to have. Eggs, Lentil Beans (you can make lentil soup), yogurt, some things like mac and cheese...
I recommend staying away from Ramen Noodles!
current weight: 140.8
Fitness Minutes: (766) Posts: 3 5/27/11 8:55 P
I'm new on here and just waiting to begin a healthy lifestyle. I'm moving into an apartment this weekend and I have no oven, only a stove top and a microwave. I also have a George Foreman grill. My freezer availability is almost non-existent since 4 people are sharing one mini-fridge. If anyone has any experience or tips for working with these constraints I would appreciate any suggestions.
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