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> been dieting for a while
> lost weight but stagnated in October
> because of depression I've gained 20lbs back since then
> want to have a good tasting food I can eat every day that's healthy, low cal, and filling
> tired of soup
> decide to start having tuna
> make some that tastes amazing, eat it with a green pepper instead of bread
> internet tells me I should only eat 2 cans a week of chunk light tuna because of the risk of mercury poisoning
> TFW humans fucked everything up by being dicks.
I would seriously eat 2 cans of this a day but I don't want to die. Can anyone recommend me food that will taste good and is low in cals but mainly I'll be interested in eating it?
My tuna recipe is 2 chopped green onions, 1tsp garlic, 1tbsp chopped pickles, 1tbsp helmanns olive oil mayo, pepper, and siracha.
I'm just sick of cooking portions of chicken and eating it with cooked veg on lettuce, or having soup all the time. I want to make something that has substance to it and is filling.
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Why Scandinavian food is so shitty, dull, unimaginative and sometimes plain disgusting?
They basically kill an animal and eat it with potatoes, or let a fish rot until it becomes a jelly and then eat it with fucking potatoes.
Seriously, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Finland (mongol honorary nordic)... are you even trying?
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I have an electric stove (Not by choice. I'm a college student and I live in a small, cheap apartment.) and it doesn't cook my food properly. It either burns the outside of things, while the inside is undercooked because it doesn't heat properly. I've tested various settings of heat and it yields the same result.
The oven itself isn't much better. It also refuses to heat things properly. Any baked goods I attempt to make end up being incorrectly cooked; things I've been making for years at home and never had a problem with. I've given up on trying to make things that require too much effort when it comes to the stove.
I'm wondering, what are some good, easy meals I can make that don't require specific cooking techniques on the stove top? Pan searing is a no go, but browning things usually works just fine. Anything I could buy in bulk and make various meals out of would be great.
I own a rice cooker, so anything rice related is good to go.