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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    $250 a week

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Too much, I should learn to cook. I would still spend a lot because I love good food and I'm very active. Right now I probably spend at least 200 a week just on random restaurants or fast food, job has driving me here and there. That's not counting my dinner which I usually cook, today it was bbq chicken, rice, corn on the cob.
    I don't care about bulking or cutting I just eat and lift and I feel better than I did when I wasn't lifting or eating.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      get avocado oil, sugar, salt, a pan, and eggs, and learn to cook omelettes on an oventop. Easy, fast, delicious, easy to fit into any sane diet, there's a lot of room to vary the recipe, and you can start looking at other pan recipes.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        you put sugar in omelettes?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >200 a week just on restaurants
      What the absolute frick? Go make some fricking scrambled eggs

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >poorgays be like

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >spending $800 a month on slop is what wealthy people do
          Nta, put that shit in an index fund, save yourself an extra $10k a year.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >slop
            He said "restaurants", you're just projecting.

            >eating healthy simple food is a poor thing

            Placing so little value on your time that you don't see a problem with spending an hour or two a day cooking for yourself is a poor thing.
            >in b4 b-but you
            I'm on a plane with nothing better to do.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >cooking eggs takes two hours

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I'm sorry? You eat nothing but eggs for three meals a day?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I cook once for an hour and eat for 3 days because I'm not an incompetent moron

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                So you spend an hour making a big batch of slop which you then eat for the next 9 meals? And you think that this isn't poorgay behavior?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Being responsible and forward thinking is the opposite of poor behavior

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Anon what you are really describing is low time preference behavior and high time preference behavior. Low time preference behavior is akin to seeking instant gratification and is associated with poverty and high time preference behavior like investing getting a degree or starting a business is associated with growing wealth but our time preferences change all the time for all kinds of reasons. Your time preference changes with age, time of day, location, and situation. Kids have low time preferences, the middle aged have high time preferences, the elderly have low time preferences. Convenience stores like 7-11 exist by being able to satisfy the low time preferences of individuals near them. People are more likely to spend more money on food in the middle of the day when they are far from home.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Son, it's ok to admit that you're autistic and poor and are comfortable eating out of the same pot of slop for three days straight. Surely you realize that normal people would, at the very least, prefer more variety in their diet? There's nothing "responsible" about eating the same slop every day. You're just lazy.

                If you don't want to eat the same meal for three days straight and you don't want to pay other people to prepare food for you then you need to spend a significant amount of time cooking. Some people place a higher value on their time. Taking pride in how much of your life you waste taking care of basic necessities and denying yourself simple pleasures is, again, pure poorgay behavior.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Anon what you are really describing is low time preference behavior and high time preference behavior. Low time preference behavior is akin to seeking instant gratification and is associated with poverty and high time preference behavior like investing getting a degree or starting a business is associated with growing wealth but our time preferences change all the time for all kinds of reasons. Your time preference changes with age, time of day, location, and situation. Kids have low time preferences, the middle aged have high time preferences, the elderly have low time preferences. Convenience stores like 7-11 exist by being able to satisfy the low time preferences of individuals near them. People are more likely to spend more money on food in the middle of the day when they are far from home.

                Not reading your blogposts sorry

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >the phoneposter is threatened by posts longer than two sentences
                embarrassing

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous
              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >You're just lazy.
                You're just trolling.

                Aside from that: I do hope you realize that batch cooking saves time, money, and energy when you don't have the resources to spend on more frequent consumption. It doesn't have to be slop, either; I frequently prepare my vegetables and grains for later meal assembly, limiting fresh serving to things like meat, sauces, wine, and spices. Mise en place, anon. It's a fundamental culinary skill. You'd know if you actually bothered to make yourself a fine meal once in a while.

                NTA, btw.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >healthy organic food is slop

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                https://i.imgur.com/s5KMnka.gif

                I cook once for an hour and eat for 3 days because I'm not an incompetent moron

                I would love, absolutely LOVE to see you tell us exactly what this "healthy organic" meal is that you spend an hour cooking and then eat for the next three days. Please anon, tell us what your diet looks like. You can even post more israelite cartoons if you want, I know you have a lot of them saved.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >getting mad at merchant memes
                Confirmed bad actor, every real person left and right hates the israelites now

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >You can even post more israelite cartoons if you want
                nobody asked your permission, chud

                >tfw the right is now way, way more easily triggered than the left ever was
                >literally just mention the weird and sad fact that they unironically have a folder full of cartoon caricatures of israelites and they'll start raging
                what a joke

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                cute

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                meat, potatoes, eggs, vegetables, fruits, nuts, you know, the staple of human diet for the past 100k years

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Oh ok, so you were lying. Can't say I'm surprised. Last chance to not be that guy who made up obvious bullshit lies to impress anonymous people on IST!
                >I cook once for an hour and eat for 3 days
                What do you cook during that hour?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Meat, potatoes and eggs, you fricking moron

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                You cook a pile of unseasoned meat, potatoes, and eggs? Are you just pretending to be moronic, or...?

                What type of meat? How do you cook it? Do you bake it, do you fry it, etc. How do you season it? What kind of potatoes? Do you bake them do you boil them? How do you cook the eggs? Do you combine these into some kind of dish? How many potatoes do you cook during this single hour to have enough to last you half a week?

                I think we both know that you're full of shit and even if you actually do just do one single meal prep and eat that meal for the next three days, it takes you much longer than an hour, which is why you're pretending like you don't understand what I'm asking you.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >throw 2kg of meat on pan
                >throw 2kg of potatoes in the pot
                >wait for an hour
                Wow, that was hard, maybe if you spent more time learning to live and less time jerking off you wouldn't sound like a moron

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >he still can't say what kind of meat he cooks or how he cooks it
                I'm just starting to feel bad for you now.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >what kind of meat
                https://www.britannica.com/topic/meat

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >he's doubling down this hard
                Anon, despite all falling under the category of "meat", chicken breast, ground beef, and brisket all need to be cooked in different ways. The fact that you think
                >oh uhhhh i just throw a 2kg of meat on a pan and cook it, what else is there to know?
                just outs you as someone who's never cooked a meal in his life. It's a weird thing to be this devoted to lying about, though.

                [...]

                There's no meat in your recipe, anon.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >chicken breast, ground beef, and brisket all need to be cooked in different ways
                Like heating them up until they're cooked?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                lmao ok, i guess we're done here

                cooking meat isn't complicated anon

                I never said it was but if I was doing meal prep and someone asked me what I was cooking, I'd tell them
                >oh yeah i was making a bunch of burritos so i fried some ground beef and onions
                not
                >i cooked meat
                >what kind of meat? uhhh meat
                >i just heated it up until it was cooked
                >took me about an hour
                >what do you mean, what kind of meat?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >vegetables are part of a healthy diet
                >UUUNNGGHH WHAT VEGETABLE
                >vegetables, you know, in general
                >UNGGGHH WHAT VEGETABLE IS?`?
                literal crayon eating moron

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                When someone says very specifically

                https://i.imgur.com/s5KMnka.gif

                I cook once for an hour and eat for 3 days because I'm not an incompetent moron

                >I cook once for an hour and eat for 3 days
                and you ask them for more details on what exactly they cook that only takes an hour and lasts them for three days and they can't give you anything more specific than
                >i cook meat
                >i eat vegetables
                then the only moron is you. How hard is it to give a specific example of one of these meals? Not very hard.

                maybe he cooks different kinds of meat. looked to me like he was talking about what he generally does. cooks a large amount of meat and veggies at once. doesn't seem unrealistic that he might do a bunch of chicken thighs in the oven one day, and a bunch of steak another day

                >doesn't seem unrealistic that he might do a bunch of chicken thighs in the oven one day, and a bunch of steak another day
                Could have easily said it if either one was the case. I mean, I'm at work so I'm getting paid for this but is this just ESL hours or something, nobody understand what "specific" means?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I told you exactly what I cook, not my problem you're an illiterate moron

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                You literally didn't but that's ok, I hear that English can be a complicated language for non-native speakers. I'm sure it's not easy being brown.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                see

                meat, potatoes, eggs, vegetables, fruits, nuts, you know, the staple of human diet for the past 100k years

                Being brown must be very hard for you, indeed

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Before I go I'll give you a quick English lesson, my ESL friend. In English, there are the words "general" and "specific". Something is general if it refers to an entire group or category. For example,

                meat, potatoes, eggs, vegetables, fruits, nuts, you know, the staple of human diet for the past 100k years

                the words "meat, vegetables, fruit, nuts" are general terms. They refer to a broad category of things. There are many different types of vegetables, many different types of nuts. If you say, "I eat meat," that is a "general" statement.

                When someone asks you to tell them what "specific" kind of meat you cook, they are asking about the explicit, particular kind of meat. Examples of "specific" meats would be chicken, beef, lamb, etc. If you say, "I eat beef," that is a "specific" statement.

                Anyway, good luck, keep studying!

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Except you never asked for anything specific

                [...]
                I would love, absolutely LOVE to see you tell us exactly what this "healthy organic" meal is that you spend an hour cooking and then eat for the next three days. Please anon, tell us what your diet looks like. You can even post more israelite cartoons if you want, I know you have a lot of them saved.

                fricking moron lmao, go back to school

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Oh no, he needs another lesson! Ok, since we've gotten to know each other and I want to help you avoid this kind of confusion in the future:

                While I may not have used the exact word "specific", I consistently asked for a specific response. All of the phrasing you see in these posts:

                [...]
                I would love, absolutely LOVE to see you tell us exactly what this "healthy organic" meal is that you spend an hour cooking and then eat for the next three days. Please anon, tell us what your diet looks like. You can even post more israelite cartoons if you want, I know you have a lot of them saved.

                >tell us exactly

                You cook a pile of unseasoned meat, potatoes, and eggs? Are you just pretending to be moronic, or...?

                What type of meat? How do you cook it? Do you bake it, do you fry it, etc. How do you season it? What kind of potatoes? Do you bake them do you boil them? How do you cook the eggs? Do you combine these into some kind of dish? How many potatoes do you cook during this single hour to have enough to last you half a week?

                I think we both know that you're full of shit and even if you actually do just do one single meal prep and eat that meal for the next three days, it takes you much longer than an hour, which is why you're pretending like you don't understand what I'm asking you.

                >What type of meat?

                >he still can't say what kind of meat he cooks or how he cooks it
                I'm just starting to feel bad for you now.

                >what kind of meat

                When someone says very specifically
                [...]
                >I cook once for an hour and eat for 3 days
                and you ask them for more details on what exactly they cook that only takes an hour and lasts them for three days and they can't give you anything more specific than
                >i cook meat
                >i eat vegetables
                then the only moron is you. How hard is it to give a specific example of one of these meals? Not very hard.

                [...]
                >doesn't seem unrealistic that he might do a bunch of chicken thighs in the oven one day, and a bunch of steak another day
                Could have easily said it if either one was the case. I mean, I'm at work so I'm getting paid for this but is this just ESL hours or something, nobody understand what "specific" means?

                >what exactly they cook

                is a request for a specific rather than general answer. We just covered specific vs general, so I hope you still remember the difference. When someone asks you something like
                >tell me exactly what kind of meat
                then they are asking you what specific kind of meat. Even if they don't use the literal word "specific", there are many different words and phrasings in English to convey the same meaning. I hope this helps you understand!

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                You asked what exactly do I eat and I told you exactly what I eat, then you went on an autistic tirade because you got BTFO like a b***h

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Yeah, I'm gonna have to refer you back to

                Before I go I'll give you a quick English lesson, my ESL friend. In English, there are the words "general" and "specific". Something is general if it refers to an entire group or category. For example,
                [...]
                the words "meat, vegetables, fruit, nuts" are general terms. They refer to a broad category of things. There are many different types of vegetables, many different types of nuts. If you say, "I eat meat," that is a "general" statement.

                When someone asks you to tell them what "specific" kind of meat you cook, they are asking about the explicit, particular kind of meat. Examples of "specific" meats would be chicken, beef, lamb, etc. If you say, "I eat beef," that is a "specific" statement.

                Anyway, good luck, keep studying!

                >If you say, "I eat meat," that is a "general" statement.
                >If you say, "I eat beef," that is a "specific" statement.
                Well, like I said, English is a complicated language. I'm sure you'll get the hang of it someday.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                And in the context of cooking it does not matter what kind of meat it is you fricking mongoloid, you asked what I cook and I told you what I cook, then you went on an autistic tirade about specifics because you got BTFO like a little b***h

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >you never asked me for anything specific
                >ok maybe you did, like 5 different times, but the specifics don't even matter!
                I accept your concession.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Concede to what, you haven't presented a single coherent argument, you asked what I eat that is healthy and I told you exactly what I eat that is healthy, then you went on an autistic tirade and started moving the goalposts because you got BTFO like a little b***h, literal crayon eating moron lmao

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >I told you exactly what I eat
                This is the last (you) you're gonna get since I guess you're just too ESL to understand the distinction until you study more but at no point have you given an exact answer.

                You’re a complete and utter imbecile.

                I have a stove with 4 heating elements, an oven, an air fryer, a microwave, and a kettle. Here’s how I cook a whole week’s worth of food in an hour.
                >fill 4 pots with water
                >boil 1 pot of potatoes
                >boil 1 pot of pasta
                >steam 1 pot of mixed frozen vegetables
                >steam 1 pot of rice
                >take chicken breast filets and fill an entire oven tray, apply salt, pepper, a touch of seasoning and put in oven
                >take packets of beef mince and fill an entire oven tray, apply salt, pepper and put in oven underneath the chicken
                >monitor all the shit I have on the stove and stir it for 10-15mins
                >take out a dozen plastic containers
                >vegetables and pasta are usually done first and are the easiest to take out of the pots and put away
                >by the time I’ve done that the rice and potatoes are good to go
                >remove potatoes into containers and take the rice off the heat while scooping it into containers
                We’re now only at around the 20min mark btw
                >take chicken tray out and turn filets over and put back in
                >take beef out and flip and return
                >start putting my portions of vegetables, pasta, potatoes and rice into my freezer
                >meat is done and goes into containers
                now at 40-45min mark
                >allow meat to cool while I start making gravy with instant gravy powder and the runoff from the meat trays
                >gravy goes into a cup
                >meat goes into the freezer
                >minimal washing except the rice pot
                Every time I want to eat something I choose the meat, vegetables, carbs, and maybe open a can of beans to go with it. I also have 425g cans of tuna in the cupboard for when I want variety in my meat.

                You’re an idiot

                is what an exact answer looks like.

                Also, just a tip for next time, having a folder full of cartoons and shit that you post every time you respond is pure third world behavior, India-tier. Is that why you're so scared of telling us exactly what you eat? It's some weird ethnic shit?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >at no point have you given an exact answer

                meat, potatoes, eggs, vegetables, fruits, nuts, you know, the staple of human diet for the past 100k years

                If you need more clarification than this as to what humans eat then you are quite literally mentally handicapped, what's next, you're gonna start asking what fricking atmosphere I cook my food in?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                NTA but do you really not understand what a specific answer is or are you just fricking with him? Because you're ether dense as frick or one of the most devoted trolls I've seen in a long time and I can't tell which.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Yes, I should've specified that I eat meat off jupiter's toes, because that is definitely an option, if you're so dense you don't even know what humans eat you should take a step back and reevaluate your life choices which led to you being a massive moron

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                lmao I told you, he's either ESL or literally autistic because he doesn't even understand what he's being asked.

                [...]
                I’m not the other poster you were seething at, I’m just a normal human being who can cook food in 1 hour because I’m not a mouth-breathing moron who eats fast food 3x per day and spends 1/3 of his pay on Uber eats.

                It’s actually hilarious that you think cooking is this gargantuan effort or some kind of unattainable feat that only professionals can do, I bet you would sit on the side of the road and call your insurance company rather than change your own tire you limp-wristed pathetic onions b***h.

                The goyslop you eat every day is called fast food moron, it’s made in even less time than it takes to cook basic meals or were you under the impression that French fries from McDonalds take 96 hours to cook and require a team of chefs from Michelin star restaurants.

                Post body

                >you think cooking is this gargantuan effort or some kind of unattainable feat that only professionals can do
                Please provide one(1) example of a post where I said or implied this.

                Meal prep is pure incel poorgay behavior and no amount of cope on your part will change that. Normal people enjoy having a variety of foods each day, not just pulling a pile of unseasoned steamed vegetables out of the freezer. I'm glad you've figured out a "system" that works for you but I think I'd rather keep spending my money paying other people to cook a variety of foods for me than eat the same pile of frozen/reheated slop for a week straight. I understand that not everyone can afford this option, so keep working on your career so you don't have to do this for the rest of your life, ok?

                >I bet you would sit on the side of the road and call your insurance company rather than change your own tire
                My car doesn't have space for a spare tire so yeah, I would. I feel like we addressed this earlier in the thread but taking an excessive amount of pride in wasting your time doing extremely simple things (cooking, changing a tire) is poorgay behavior. Anyone can learn how to change a tire. If for some reason someone didn't know how, a 15 second youtube video would teach them.

                Please anon, for your own sake, do more with your life. I want to see you have something to be proud of other than the fact that you know how to unscrew a few lug nuts.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Normal people enjoy having a variety of foods each day
                And it still takes a little over an hour to cook all of them

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I feel like having beef wellington tonight. Never mind the fact that I just want a single serving, not an entire tenderloin that I have to eat on my own. Could I cook it for myself in under an hour?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >oh no I have to cook for an hour and 20 minutes instead of an hour, how will I ever recover, my gooning sesh is ruined!!

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >he isn't including shopping for ingredients, prep time, cleaning up, the fact that you would make more than the main dish for a nice dinner, etc
                Son, it's ok to admit that you were wrong. We're all anonymous here, there's no shame in it.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >MOMMY HELP ME I HAVE TO PUT ON MY CLOTHES AND GO OUTSIDE WAAH, I WANT TO TAKE NAPPIE AND SUCKLE ON MY PACIFIER GOOGO GAAGA

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >be you
                >homosexual
                >hungry after a 4 hour long gooning session jerking it to blacked.com and sissy hypno
                >crave goyslop seed oils and high fructose corn syrup
                >waddle out of bed
                >grab car keys
                >close all the windows and doors
                >lock the house up
                >get in your car
                >wait for the garage to open
                >reverse out
                >wait for the garage to close
                >drive out of the suburbs onto a 6 lane highway
                >drive for 20 minutes passing goyslop restaurant signs deciding on what you want to eat
                >cross multiple lanes and exit off the ramp
                >pull into goyslop place
                >carparks are full
                >10 cars backed up in the drive through
                >wait 35 minutes in line with the engine running
                >order goyslop
                >ice cream machine is broken
                >have to park outside while they prepare your order
                >wait another 10 minutes
                >wagie comes out with your bag of goyslop
                >tip wagie
                >drive back out onto the highway exit
                >merge onto the 6 lane
                >turn off into the suburbs
                >drive back to your house
                >wait for your garage door to open
                >park
                >wait for garage to close
                >get out of car
                >lock up car
                >unlock house
                >open all the windows again
                >go to the kitchen
                >put goyslop on a plate
                >it’s cold
                >still have to wash up
                Total expenditure $37.50 on food and $5.70 in petrol and depreciating the value of your car, all for a 50 minute round trip to buy a burrito

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >having a discussion about the prep time involved in a nice dinner like a beef wellington with a couple sides
                >anon can't cope without constructing a massive strawman about some completely unrelated person going out to buy fast food
                I don't know where you're getting this fantasy from but the beef wellington wasn't a hypothetical scenario; it's actually what I'm planning to have for dinner. The restaurant is about a 15 minute walk from my house.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >The restaurant is about a 15 minute walk from my house.
                And the store is about 5 minutes from my house and you still have to wait the same amount of time to get microwave heated shit instead of making it yourself

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >he's so poor that he can't envision a restaurant that doesn't use microwaves

                Yeah homosexual pay $26.70 plus 20% tip for some Mexican on a bicycle to peddle your portion of beef Wellington to your doorstep.

                There are no mexicans where I live. And $26 for beef wellington? No no my son, not even close. Try about four times that amount.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >instead of wasting an hour to cook myself I'll go to a restaurant where I'll have to waste an hour until I get to eat
                literally braindead lmao

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Post your $104 beef Wellington with a timestamp homosexual, it’s been 15 minutes you should be at the restaurant by now and we all know restaurants serve you your food instantly and you never sit at the table for an hour while they cook it or anything. Absolute moron

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Yeah homosexual pay $26.70 plus 20% tip for some Mexican on a bicycle to peddle your portion of beef Wellington to your doorstep.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Didn't get this far in the thread before posting my batch cooking example. Weirdly, I can afford to make stuff like that from time to time, even as a poorgay. Still not that anon though.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Hey moron, I make a variety of different foods from the base ingredients I cooked in advance. Cooking is what people normally do in white countries. go and give another $100 billion dollars to Israel you mutt abomination.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >I make a variety of different foods from the base ingredients I cooked in advance.
                Oh ok, so all that shit about
                >i cook all my food for the week in an hour
                was a lie and that hour was just you doing some of the prep work for your daily cooking? That's fine but lying about petty and pointless things is no way to go through life.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                lmao you are actually brain dead

                Tonight I had rice, vegetables and chicken in a satay sauce from a packet. Yesterday I had beef and spaghetti bolognaise from a jar of sauce I made days prior. It takes me around 3 minutes to microwave my food and maybe an extra 2 minutes to put some sauce on you fricking moron. You make basic preparation out to be like the season finale of some cooking show where I’m feeding a panel of judges

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                My point was only ever that once you reach a certain level of success in your professional life, you being to realize the value of your time and you lose interest in things like, say, having to eat frozen and microwaved vegetables with sauce from a packet. But as I said, I'm glad you've found a system that works for you and your budget.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Kek let’s look at your original post shall we.
                >I should learn to cook
                >I spend $200 per week on restaurants and fast food because I drive around
                >I still cook at dinner
                Lmao and you spent how many posts attempting to criticise me for microwaving food for 3 minutes? While insinuating that it was IMPOSSIBLE to cook food in an hour?

                Go on, tell me you make $1000 per hour in tech and you work from home and have an 18 year old virgin tradwife. You’re just absolutely dying to try to flex how much money you make and how that precludes you from cooking somehow. Truth is you’re a fat homosexual manchild who doesn’t have the self control not to eat chicken nuggets and pizza every day

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Kek let’s look at your original post shall we.
                That's not my post, though. You should be able to tell from the grammar alone, anon. Apply yourself; you're better than this.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                maybe he cooks different kinds of meat. looked to me like he was talking about what he generally does. cooks a large amount of meat and veggies at once. doesn't seem unrealistic that he might do a bunch of chicken thighs in the oven one day, and a bunch of steak another day

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                my fav meat are chicken thighs and bacon, anon

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                cooking meat isn't complicated anon

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                You’re a complete and utter imbecile.

                I have a stove with 4 heating elements, an oven, an air fryer, a microwave, and a kettle. Here’s how I cook a whole week’s worth of food in an hour.
                >fill 4 pots with water
                >boil 1 pot of potatoes
                >boil 1 pot of pasta
                >steam 1 pot of mixed frozen vegetables
                >steam 1 pot of rice
                >take chicken breast filets and fill an entire oven tray, apply salt, pepper, a touch of seasoning and put in oven
                >take packets of beef mince and fill an entire oven tray, apply salt, pepper and put in oven underneath the chicken
                >monitor all the shit I have on the stove and stir it for 10-15mins
                >take out a dozen plastic containers
                >vegetables and pasta are usually done first and are the easiest to take out of the pots and put away
                >by the time I’ve done that the rice and potatoes are good to go
                >remove potatoes into containers and take the rice off the heat while scooping it into containers
                We’re now only at around the 20min mark btw
                >take chicken tray out and turn filets over and put back in
                >take beef out and flip and return
                >start putting my portions of vegetables, pasta, potatoes and rice into my freezer
                >meat is done and goes into containers
                now at 40-45min mark
                >allow meat to cool while I start making gravy with instant gravy powder and the runoff from the meat trays
                >gravy goes into a cup
                >meat goes into the freezer
                >minimal washing except the rice pot
                Every time I want to eat something I choose the meat, vegetables, carbs, and maybe open a can of beans to go with it. I also have 425g cans of tuna in the cupboard for when I want variety in my meat.

                You’re an idiot

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Thanks for providing us all with an example of what a specific response to

                [...]
                I would love, absolutely LOVE to see you tell us exactly what this "healthy organic" meal is that you spend an hour cooking and then eat for the next three days. Please anon, tell us what your diet looks like. You can even post more israelite cartoons if you want, I know you have a lot of them saved.

                would look like. I'm not sure if it should have taken three hours but hey, like I said, I'm at work and I got paid for it so it's all good.

                But as for your specific meal prep, we can go waaaay back to

                So you spend an hour making a big batch of slop which you then eat for the next 9 meals? And you think that this isn't poorgay behavior?

                >So you spend an hour making a big batch of slop which you then eat for the next week? And you think that this isn't poorgay behavior?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >I told you exactly what I eat
                This is the last (you) you're gonna get since I guess you're just too ESL to understand the distinction until you study more but at no point have you given an exact answer. [...] is what an exact answer looks like.

                Also, just a tip for next time, having a folder full of cartoons and shit that you post every time you respond is pure third world behavior, India-tier. Is that why you're so scared of telling us exactly what you eat? It's some weird ethnic shit?

                I’m not the other poster you were seething at, I’m just a normal human being who can cook food in 1 hour because I’m not a mouth-breathing moron who eats fast food 3x per day and spends 1/3 of his pay on Uber eats.

                It’s actually hilarious that you think cooking is this gargantuan effort or some kind of unattainable feat that only professionals can do, I bet you would sit on the side of the road and call your insurance company rather than change your own tire you limp-wristed pathetic onions b***h.

                The goyslop you eat every day is called fast food moron, it’s made in even less time than it takes to cook basic meals or were you under the impression that French fries from McDonalds take 96 hours to cook and require a team of chefs from Michelin star restaurants.

                Post body

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                anon not gonna lie but your food sounds like ass. No seasonings, no base, no sauces, no nothing. I kind of agree with anon

                Thanks for providing us all with an example of what a specific response to [...] would look like. I'm not sure if it should have taken three hours but hey, like I said, I'm at work and I got paid for it so it's all good.

                But as for your specific meal prep, we can go waaaay back to
                [...]
                >So you spend an hour making a big batch of slop which you then eat for the next week? And you think that this isn't poorgay behavior?

                that this is poorgay behavior.
                Because I am a mediterranean chad and not a protestant autist, I actually view food as a source of joy, and cooking as a creative process. That being said, I aim to cook every 3 weekdays to maximize time after work, choosing stuff that are palatable after reheating such as soups, crockpot stuff like chili con carne, brined chicken breast etc. Pic related is greek chickpea soup I made just now. This is 4 servings, along with chicken breast I put in the oven. Should keep me until Wednesday, when I will do another 1 hour cooking session to get me up to Friday. If I want variety and have time, of course I will cook something quick, such as some nice pasta etc.

                Still, restaurant-anon,

                >I told you exactly what I eat
                This is the last (you) you're gonna get since I guess you're just too ESL to understand the distinction until you study more but at no point have you given an exact answer. [...] is what an exact answer looks like.

                Also, just a tip for next time, having a folder full of cartoons and shit that you post every time you respond is pure third world behavior, India-tier. Is that why you're so scared of telling us exactly what you eat? It's some weird ethnic shit?

                restaurants save time but you should know that they use crappy quality ingredients. Also it is often very hard to calculate your macros eating from restaurants alone.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >they use crappy quality ingredients
                Depends on the restaurant. The ones I go to typically pride themselves on using high quality local ingredients or are very particular about where they source anything they have to buy from farther away, like fish or caviar. The entire point of dining out is eating high quality ingredients prepared by skilled and passionate people. If you're patronizing places that don't do this then yes, you're wasting your money.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Prepared by skilled and passionate people
                Never worked in a restaurant have you? Also there's nothing restaurant chefs love to do more than to batch prep as much as possible in advance before service

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                for 4 days you can cook make a meal of 2 bell peppers, 8 carrots, 100g of spinach made on pan
                rest im filling with oats and cheese, which requires no time to prepare
                here are the micros, macros

                breakfast
                250g overnight, heated oats, 100g cheese
                (1400kcal and 50g of protein with fiber, 0.5g of magnesium, 1g of calcium)

                dinner
                10 medium boiled eggs, 2 carrots, half yellow bell pepper, 25g of spinach
                (800kcal, 60g of protein, 1g of vit a, 0.1g of vit c, 0.1g of vit k)

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >You can even post more israelite cartoons if you want
                nobody asked your permission, chud

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                for 4 days you can cook make a meal of 2 bell peppers, 8 carrots, 100g of spinach made on pan
                rest im filling with oats and cheese, which requires no time to prepare
                here are the micros, macros

                breakfast
                250g overnight, heated oats, 100g cheese
                (1400kcal and 50g of protein with fiber, 0.5g of magnesium, 1g of calcium)

                dinner
                10 medium boiled eggs, 2 carrots, half yellow bell pepper, 25g of spinach
                (800kcal, 60g of protein, 1g of vit a, 0.1g of vit c, 0.1g of vit k)

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >He said "restaurants", you're just projecting.
              Even then, setting $10k aside per year for restaurants isn't the behavior of the wealthy.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Son, I know people who regularly spend more than that on a single night out.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Then you know people who are interested in depleting their wealth rather than growing it.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >tfw you can't escape the poorgay mindset no matter how hard you try.
                Let's imagine one of these people, and we'll imagine him as far, far less wealthy than he actually is. Let's say he only has $50 million in his bank account. He doesn't have any kind of income whatsoever, no investments, no properties, no businesses, nothing. He just lets his money sit in a savings account.

                This is already incredibly unrealistic, by the way. Let's say his bank gives him a moderate 4% APY. At that rate, he'll be making slightly under $2 million a year, purely from interest on his deposit. He could go out and spend $10k a night for 200 nights out of the year before he even touched his initial deposit, just purely using the money he gets for free via interest. And even if he was going out every single friday and saturday for the entire year, that would only be 104 days so he'd not only have to be blowing $10k every weekend, but he'd have to do it a couple times during the week too, just to eat through his interest.

                But of course, it's more of a once every month or two and of course, he has much more than $50 million and of course, he has multiple sources of income. Once you reach a certain amount of wealth, it grows itself. Worrying about "depleting rather than growing your wealth" is a poorgay mindset.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Anon, it's ok, just say you know trust fund babies or third-gen accumulators who will halve or burn through their fortunes from bad decision making by the time they're 55. It's far less words.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >basic math too hard, make my head hurt

                Post your $104 beef Wellington with a timestamp homosexual, it’s been 15 minutes you should be at the restaurant by now and we all know restaurants serve you your food instantly and you never sit at the table for an hour while they cook it or anything. Absolute moron

                https://i.imgur.com/lPJ8JnI.jpg

                >instead of wasting an hour to cook myself I'll go to a restaurant where I'll have to waste an hour until I get to eat
                literally braindead lmao

                It's 4 in the afternoon, anon. I was talking about my dinner plans after work, not about sprinting out of the house as soon as I posted.
                >we all know restaurants serve you your food instantly and you never sit at the table for an hour while they cook it or anything
                The difference is that at a restaurant, I'm relaxing in a pleasant atmosphere while talking with business partners or my wife. I can order some drinks and have a nice relaxed discussion with my friends and family, or I can handle business in a nice environment.

                Do you just go to a restaurant and sit and stare at the wall until your food arrives?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >The difference is that at a restaurant, I'm relaxing in a pleasant atmosphere
                Yes, I'm sure being surrounded by likeminded idiots is quite the experience, too bad I don't practice it

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >basic math too hard, make my head hurt
                If your "friends" are blowing 10k on single dinners on a notable cadence, they're blowing 10k on equally moronic shit frequently. It's a tale as old as time. No YoY ROI can offset low impulse control in the long run.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I mean, you can cope all you like but I've known most of these guys for 20+ years and they've become much wealthier during that time. I interact with a lot of very rich people as part of my job and I can tell you that the most miserable ones by far are the guys like you who have millions of dollars but still scrimp and save like they're below the poverty line. You know, the ones who die and their family is shocked to learn that grandpa was actually a millionaire because he never spent a cent of it.

                I understand that you need to rationalize your discomfort at the thought that some people can comfortably spend your yearly salary on a couple nights out and not really notice or be affected financially but that is indeed how it works. The couple I had in mind who like to take their friends and family out every month or so and average $10k per event have increased their net worth by some absurd figure during the past 5 years, around 800% iirc. They were already very wealthy and they made some very smart investments during the covid stock market dips so if we're being honest, they could be dropping $10k every day for the next century, literally, and they would still be perfectly fine.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >guys like you who have millions of dollars
                >some people can comfortably spend your yearly salary on a couple nights out
                I'm either one or the other anon, keep your headcanon consistent.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                That's called an analogy, my son. I wasn't saying that you personally have millions of dollars, but that you have a common mindset with millionaires who refuse to ever spend their money.

                >Prepared by skilled and passionate people
                Never worked in a restaurant have you? Also there's nothing restaurant chefs love to do more than to batch prep as much as possible in advance before service

                I'm not eating at Applebee's, anon. I'm well aware that the world is full of dispassionate people but if you choose to patronize them, that's on you. Restaurants don't get Michelin stars by hiring unenthusiastic chefs.

                I don't read books written by people who aren't striving to be great authors, I don't watch movies directed by people who aren't striving to be great directors, so why would I eat food cooked by people who aren't striving to be great chefs?

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              larping. cooking doesn't come close to taking that long. you're the same type of person that would say you spent all day doing laundry when the machine does all the work. fortunately we now all know your mom does your laundry.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >eating healthy simple food is a poor thing

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >learn to cook
      Never understood people saying they can't cook. It's easier than highschool calculus. just follow the steps in the recipe 1:1 and you're guaranteed to not frick up

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        That's really simplifying it too much. If you've never cooked, you've also never bought any ingredients. So you need to find out what you need to buy and in what quantities, then you need to actually find out where to buy them (which for an autist like me is an actual challenge). You also need to think about when you buy what, especially with certain types of meat that spoil quickly.
        You also need to acquire a complete assortment of kitchen utensils that you at first don't even know you need.
        Actually cooking is the easiest part about cooking. Everything else around it is the thing that annoys me.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          You also need to remember that when people on IST talk about "cooking", they mean putting some raw chicken breasts on a baking sheet and tossing them in the oven, maybe steaming some vegetables. They have no understanding of how much time, effort, and knowledge goes into making actual dishes because they've never tried.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          I would recommend you get Mealime, a cooking app that will create grocery lists based on your meals for the week.

          Never had a shitty meal on there, I basically just create a meal plan on Sunday until Friday/Saturday and I get the groceries for the week. This way, nothing is spoiled. In the weekend, I just take whatever is left and throw it together in a stir fry, stew or whatever fricking works.

          It will save you insane amounts of money, teach you how to cook and also slowly build up your pantry with items you will need anyway (spices, condiments etc.) It also has the most intuitive cooking mode ever, where you just hover your hand over the screen and it goes to the next step so you don't have to touch your phone with your disgusting chicken fingers.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >just follow the steps in the recipe 1:1 and you're guaranteed to not frick up
        lol. lmao even. bet you’ve never cooked anything more complex than a stir fry

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >put thing on pan/in oven
          >wait until it's cooked
          Yes very hard indeed

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >200 a week
      are you a moron?

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The government pays for my food. And car.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Idk
    I spend $120 a month on ground beef though I can tell you that much

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    250-300eu for food and hygiene

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    $180 a week. Pretty much all meat.and vegetables. All organic.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >he fell for the organic meme
      ngmi

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    About $3-4k a month. 230lb, 5’11, Seattle is expensive.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      What the frick are you eating?
      Plus i thought that town was a horrible groid infested shithole

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I go out to eat once a week that costs $300-400 for me and my wife. And then the grocery bill for my family fills up the rest. Think what you want of my city, it has afforded me great profits I would not have come across elsewhere.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >my city

          Sorry. I didnt realize you were the owner.
          No wonder you are spending 400 on a single night out.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Imagine being this autistic that you don't believe people can have a sense of identity around where they live.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              These are the same people who act like they don't understand that humans are naturally social animals and enjoy the company of other humans

              https://i.imgur.com/BxOzBZo.jpg

              >The difference is that at a restaurant, I'm relaxing in a pleasant atmosphere
              Yes, I'm sure being surrounded by likeminded idiots is quite the experience, too bad I don't practice it

              . This site and this board are full of autistic people who don't understand normal human behavior. Don't expect them to make sense.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I never said I don't enjoy the company of other humans, I don't enjoy the company of morons who never learned to cook or think and got spoonfed by mommy and daddy

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >anyone who goes to a restaurant is a moron who never learned to cook or think and got spoonfed by mommy and daddy
                See? Autists simply don't have the mental capacity to have anything but harsh black and white opinions. Either you eat every meal from a giant bag of frozen vegetables that you cooked a week ago or you're a spoonfed moron.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >quoting things that nobody said
                Looks like your mental capacity ran out, maybe you should reinvigorate your braincells with some of that microwave slop

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    400-500 a month
    this includes going to restaurants twice a week with colleagues during lunch break

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Around $350 a month. I eat pretty much the same things every day and almost never eat out

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    $70 on milk
    $66 on beef
    parents cover the rest
    per week

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    as little as possible, same with time and effort. thats why i eat every day oats for brekfast, salami sandwich for lunch, and something else simple for dinner.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Is that you in the image?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        yeah. ik its not super impressive physique but i think on this board its important to show whos posting so people listen to the right guys.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          wtf are you romani you look just like me?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            half greek half anglo

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              half human half vampire

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          https://i.imgur.com/SWuER7I.jpg

          as little as possible, same with time and effort. thats why i eat every day oats for brekfast, salami sandwich for lunch, and something else simple for dinner.

          nice tummy :3

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            are you gay? why did you say it like that?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I envy your nips. I've got pepperonis unfortunately

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >moustache
      >salami
      checks out

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >oats every day
      enjoy your cancer and bloating

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I budget £350 ($450)/mo but after cutting down booze and reducing trips i'm down to £225 ($289)/mo

  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Around $2k per month. I buy $50/lb steaks, $25/lb fish, have a kid to feed, and am permabulking

  14. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I literally don't know. Food isn't enough of a dealbreaker in my budget to make a difference.

  15. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >450$ a month for 2 people
    >tfw used to cost 200$ a month 4 years ago
    I am going to commit a political assassination

  16. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    200$-250$ a month.

    I rarely eat out and don't order fast food any more.

  17. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    ~$500 a month on groceries, i dont really ever eat out, maybe once or twice a month

  18. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    probably $25 a day on average. I eat out often and when I go shopping I dont pick cheap brands or cuts

  19. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I can get it around £8 a day if I plan properly

  20. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Between $100 and $500 a week.

  21. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    About $100-150 per week just for food items. Its amazing how much money you safe on food if you stop buying convenience food and other garbage foods.

  22. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    179 euros around which is around 3400kcal and 195 protein a day

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      What country? You can do that with fresh meat for about 50 a week in the states and I live in an expensive city with $20 min wage

  23. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    $300-400 with zero takeout/fast food.

  24. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >mfw amerikwans spend as much on food as me, a europoor, while making 5-10 times more money
    Once life and I was born in EUcommieland

  25. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    $100 a week for my wife and I

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      my wife and me*

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Based moron

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          https://grammarhow.com/me-and-someone-or-someone-and-i/

          here you go big guy

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >you go big guy

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >For you.

  26. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    $288,25 a month for only the monthly protein in form of meat, eggs and dairy.

  27. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    About £350/mo

  28. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    $70 on home cooked meals, dairy and fruit. Then I go to pub about once a week and usually spend like $30-50 there.

  29. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    in EU
    so most of my wage is going to food ://///////

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Pretty sure youre just fat

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      EU ? Fat?
      Lol
      maybe saw like 3 fat people in eastern europe my whole life whachu on about nigglet

  30. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    About 25-30$ a week. I get 280$ a month in autismbux. Russia is awesome.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >30% of his ''paycheck'' goes to food
      grim

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      what do you mean by autism bux? what do you buy for food?

  31. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    More than i should, less than average, found a website in my country which delivers frozen chicken breasts (separately) in bulk and is like 3 to 4 euros cheaper per kg

  32. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Not a single body posted btw

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >there aren't enough pictures of half naked men in this thread
      nobody asked you, homosexual

  33. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    On a cut right now and spending around $80 a week plus protein powder.

  34. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Every time I cook my own food I'm hungry again an hour later. I don't know what it is. I also buy groceries I hope will last a week and then last like 2-3 days.

  35. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    100$ a month

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      how, what do you eat?

  36. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    $300 a month, that includes all the wine and ice cream I eat. Im a lean 180lbs at 6ft and my diet is mostly vegetarian thanks to bidenflation.

    I just don’t see the value in eating pork or chicken now if inflation has made those meats not cost effective for what they do. So I have completey replaced those meats with eating diary and eggs instead. Beef/fish is the only meat worth eating now because its just as expensive as “cheap” chicken and pork. Beef/fish has tons of micronutrients so I pretty much only eat beef and fish as meat now.

    It’s weird at first, especially to my normie friends but then you realize there is an entire world of middle eastern/med dishes that put yogurt and eggs as the focus. I eat Cilbir and shakshuka atleast once a week. When beef/fish is on sale I will buy some and have it instead. I have never felt healthier than now.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Post recipes. You use a nutrient tracker at all?
      >t. yogurt spammer

  37. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Any bros here just enjoy cooking food for themselves and their family and doesn't constantly watch a clock computing how many dollars in minutes they're "wasting" by being "inefficient" ?
    Sounds like a stressful way to live.

    >to OP: ~$1000/month for 2 people, incl. going out once a week.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      its not stressful at all if you know what you do
      stress comes from not knowing, if you meet your protein, vitamin or mineral goals

  38. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I’m cheap and I steal whenever possible so that helps keep costs down. I’m also black if that information helps you out at all.

  39. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Around $300/month

  40. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    About $80/wk for myself, maybe a little more. Depends on what's on sale vs what I need. I try to stay low but it's hard with all the protein foods.

  41. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    my job is full time and we have a chef who makes us a meal for our shifts. i supplement that with proton shakes at home. need eggs and shit for my off days so maybe 50 bucks every month or so.

  42. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    For anyone wondering about the morons shitflinging ITT: here are some batch meals that'll last you roughly a week. Not ideal towards the end (some things are better fresh), but definitely feasible.

    Batch 1:
    >Beef Wellington
    Depending on your skill level, it may require some prepackaged items. This is better for short batches or fresh served, but can be served over a few days. The pastry becomes a bit soggy, though. Chateaubriand (can also use venison tenderloin; works well), mushrooms (porcini, morel, slippery jack, or otherwise flavorful), puff pastry (butter, flour), foie gras or braunschweiger (if you're cheap), butter, shallots, garlic, Merlot (or a similar wine), aromatics (thyme, marjoram, parsley). Pretty pricey.
    >Roasted celeriac and carrots
    >Duchess potatoes
    Basically mashed potatoes mixed with egg yolks, piped, and baked. Easily stored.

    Batch 2:
    >Duck l'orange
    Duck (winter easiest time for this), oranges, celery, onion, garlic, tomato, Riesling, cornstarch. Stuffed, roasted, and carved.
    >fried rice
    Make sure you boil the rice in chicken broth. You can save the duck bones and fat to make soup later.

    Batch 3:
    >Gumbo
    Okra, andouille sausage, shrimp, bell pepper, rice, celery, onion, garlic, beef broth. Here's your pot of slop, hombrero.

    Are you not entertained?

  43. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Too much.

  44. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    20 bux a meal
    30 if Im feeling hungrier and pickier

  45. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Like 100 but i could spend like 1k on steaks and shit and 500 on liquor, probably like half oz of weed a week is where i wanna be.

  46. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    100AUD a week

  47. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    100€ tops

  48. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    My breakfast every morning is a tortilla with dijon mustard, cheese and smoked turkey. Maybe a boiled egg in there too.
    I spend maybe 15€ a week on this.
    This is also usually my dinner too, or a yoghurt and maybe a fruit. Let's say 30€ a week for breakfast and dinner, or 120€ a month.

    My lunch is usually a green salad with cherry tomatoes and capers, plus protein.
    Salad is not very expensive, maybe 10€ a week on this stuff? Let's say 50€ a month to be on the safe side.

    Now my lunch protein, I eat salmon twice a week, chicken twice a week and steak once a week. The other two days are free for all, so I usually order something.
    Salmon I pay 7.5€ per fillet, so 15€ a week.
    Two chicken breasts is no more than 6-7€ a week.
    Steak is about 10€ a week - think in English it's called strip loin.
    Delivery, about 10€ each time, so 20€ a week.
    So about 50€ a week, or 200€ a month.

    So in total: 120 + 50 + 200 = let's say 400€ a month.
    Now once a week or so I'll go out with friends for dinner, so that's another 20-30€ spend. Let's say 150€ a month for that.

    So about 650€ a month for food. It's probably a bit less usually.

  49. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Groceries for myself, my wife, and my three sons, runs about $1900 a month. That's everything from the grocery store, though, so things like toilet paper, cleaning supplies, toiletries, etc. are included. We do no ever go out to eat, I cook all of our dinners, and I meal prep their lunches. Food, but specifically meat, is just really expensive these days. Even buying in bulk and partitioning and freezing I'm still spending over $100 a week on meat alone.

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