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I wanted to start up a topic for those of us who are lazy about preparing food. :P

This is my lazy way to eat; :D

Buy a Farberware Stack'N Steam vegetable steamer. Cook brown rice in the bottom and steam vegetables in the top. That way the drippings from the vegetables go into the rice for maximum vitimins, and you can eat off what you cook all day. Granted it takes up 45 minutes in the morning, but it frees up the rest of the day for other things. :D

I add a small can of Chicken of the Sea Salmon, or a precooked (that I cooked from fresh) chicken breast, etc., to the mix for my protein source.

It's fast and easy, and the laziest way I have found as of yet. ;)

I would love to here from others who have fast and easy ways of preparing food. Thanks. B)


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Lots of stir fries and other things made in a skillet or on our grill. I cook all the time, and usually don't spend more than half an hour at it... Just takes practice. (And experimenting.)


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