- - bleh!
|Pirate ||01-08-2010 08:13 AM |
Do you guys ever get up in the morning and just look at your stove for a minute and think....wow, I REALLY don't want to cook this morning?
|EricT ||01-08-2010 08:38 AM |
|Pirate ||01-08-2010 09:03 AM |
yeah, I did that today, but a little more than usual...and instead of making my usual big breakfast, I said fuck it and ate a bagel with jelly and coffee..
|widdoes2504 ||01-08-2010 05:16 PM |
Every damn day....:)
|Jonson ||01-09-2010 02:18 AM |
Originally Posted by EricT
Especially when its the same bland shit every day :biglaugh:
|iron_worker ||01-19-2010 09:28 AM |
You just have to make it a routine so that you can kind of do it in a daze while you're not thinking about it. lol
|Pirate ||01-19-2010 01:06 PM |
haha, I wish I could do it in my sleep completely...although I'd probably set myself on fire
|supermad ||04-01-2010 05:03 AM |
I like to hard boil my eggs on the weekends so I don't have to cook in the mornings. Working first shift, I don't want to get up that early.
|iron_worker ||04-06-2010 10:09 AM |
Yes the key is to prepare as much stuff as you can in mass quantities. It takes me about 15-20mins to put together my meals for the day at work as well as breakfast. Then every other day while I'm cooking my supper I prepare all the "bulk" items.
So for me it's like 20mins in the morning and 30 min at supper and maybe 45min - 1 hr at supper every other day. I probably spend less time cooking than a lot of ppl that eat much much less than I do just because I am efficient about it and have very simplified meal plans.
|supermad ||04-07-2010 11:36 AM |
IW and I do things about the same. I cook extra so getting lunch on work days is all prepreped and ready to go. Limits that feeling.
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