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nothing healthy about starbucks... its all loaded with sugar... the second option is far healthier but you know you caould always learn to cook and there's this new incarnation of an old idea called fresh veg... many supermarkets are now selling it at a much lower price than processed crap
thanks for mho
Balti with rice and naan bread is my favourite ☺️ What’s your favourite?
I like both butter chicken and biryani
I like butter chicken too
simple things... With cheap you might not get the healthiest unless you go buy the seeds and grow it yourself which is a possibility. Always try to eat organic when it comes to things that have thin skins like strawberries, blueberries, green beans, lettuce, etc. Don't go cheap on meat or milk. Buy organic, free range, kosher or halal meats. If you can't afford much just buy some and cut it into smaller pieces and freeze the rest. Don't throw the bones away but boil them again with seasoning and veggie scraps like the skin of the onion, potato peels, etc and that makes a meat broth.Skimp on things like paper towels or whatever else but not so much on food. Don't buy organic fruits that have thick skins if organic is too expensive. To be honest I've never tasted a good organic pineapple. A Del Monte pineapple on sale for 2 or 3 dollars is fine. If you live in the U. S. Target price matches with 27 other stores including Amazon and it's own online site. They run discounts all the time on their own brands including fruits and vegetables if you use their app.Beans are always filling. You can buy canned ones on sale and mix them with different things like grains, fruits, veggies like onions, cheese depending on the type of beans you are using. Today I ate kidney beans mixed with cut apples and cheese with poppy seed dressing. Beans with rice, refried beans made out of canned pinto beans with corn chips, shells or tortillas is cheap and you can buy cilantro for 50 cents to go with it and onions. Lentil soup is cheap and easy to make. This lady used to do Great Depression cooking videos before she passed away. It's simple and cheap. https://youtu.be/P4IjNV3lZkQ
Uh... neither. Spinach, lean meat (like straight chicken with minimal amounts of salt or frying), and whole wheat bread.
Good luck with that! lol Costly to eat healthy. A big reason some people don't do it, they can't afford to.
You can have less amount of oil and spices in chicken also.Add a bit of dahi (curd) for marination. It's healthier that way.
Eat healthy and disregard price. Our health matters.
Make your own food 😎
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