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SimonJsp
#51 Dec 11 2017 06:05pm
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Quote (Keo @ Dec 11 2017 11:58pm)
Investing time in learning how to cook+making ur own meals is never wasted time

You can make really tasty and good food in 1h of cooking for most of the stuff


if this had a like button id press it
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#52 Dec 11 2017 06:06pm
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I have 99 cooking
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#53 Dec 11 2017 06:06pm
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Quote (Keo @ Dec 11 2017 06:58pm)
Investing time in learning how to cook+making ur own meals is never wasted time

You can make really tasty and good food in 1h of cooking for most of the stuff


Quote (Redonkulous @ Dec 11 2017 07:01pm)
You should try meal prepping. I’ve cooked a weeks worth of food for lunch/dinner in 1-2 hours. It helps a lot if you don’t have a lot of time to cook.


Oh ya for the past year I've cooked all my meals. But before a year ago I was eating out breakfast lunch and dinner. Would never ever go back to that.

I've cooked most everything except beans because they take hours.

And ya I've seen a ton about meal prepping like a body builder lol
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#54 Dec 11 2017 06:08pm
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Oh ya for the past year I've cooked all my meals. But before a year ago I was eating out breakfast lunch and dinner. Would never ever go back to that.

I've cooked most everything except beans because they take hours.

And ya I've seen a ton about meal prepping like a body builder lol


Have u tried using a pressure cooker?
Also u should learn how to do italian/chinese food, really tasty, healthy and its fast to cook
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#55 Dec 18 2017 03:57pm
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Remove beans, add more bacon.

Hope this helps.
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