You can try eating octopus,It can go with a lot of things,also seaweed as part of a salad,and also squid
SEAWEED? How…exotic. I don’t like salad, or most vegetables for that matter. Major yuck. I ate squid like squid rings once but Im sure those arent very healthy.
I really don’t know many ways to cook pasta but you can always start by eliminating the many sauces that they add to them.
But that’s the thing, brown rice sucks when you cook it plain. It tastes…bland, if it isn’t supposed to. I need some sort of seasoning to throw in there to make it tasty.
You can always try eating tofu,and soy foods too,I find it very delicious.
What is tofu? And soy food, hmm. I remember eating soy weiners last summer and didn’t really like them. Maybe it’s because I was so used to the other kind. Maybe I’ll give them another try. And soy chocolate milk, well it sucked, but I’m kinda wanting to give the strawberry soy milk a try. good choice?
Fruits are the most basic meals your going to find,salads too.
Well, I don’t eat salads, and the only vegetables I like are: potatoes, celery, brocoli and carrots. I eat bananas, apples and grapes and…I think that’s it :\ I have no idea what’s good out there. I get so tired of eating the same things.
Other things I can add is that you can always hold back on seasonings like salt,and the like,don’t eat excesive amounts(no matter how healthy it is)
Yeah I’ve done that for awhile.
You boil rice. The procedure is slightly different for instant and non-instant, but it’s still just boiling.
That didn’t work!!
I know ten ways. My favorite is the one where you pick that special rice pan (I don’t know the name in English), put water in the lower part, rice on the upper one, send to fire, wait some half-an-hour.
If cooking rice involves fire, shoot me now.
The japanese grow algae to eat. We are starting to try that here too. Maybe up there in Canadia you guys can try it.
I don’t think so. I need some substance.
You should pass some butter or oil on the frying pan, then you put the fish on it. Don’t forget to turn the fish after some while so that you don’t overburn one side while leaving the other side raw.
ohh okay…what should I set the stove on? And what seasonings should I add in? How long should I fry it?
Fruits, vegetables. And eating healthy food alone isn’t enough, go practice (or keep practicing if you already do) some exercises
I’m not trying to lose weight, I’m just trying to eat healthier foods so that I don’t get attack of the pancreatis again.
Try making calzones. They’re fun to do. Basically you do a pizza, but before taking it to the oven, you close it (lower side out). Now, really close it, don’t just fold it
I’m not going near the oven.
So do tomatoes and olives
- I think most rice comes in a bag in which you boil it. Look at a box of Uncle Ben’s in a strore and it shoud help you out. I haven’t done it myself.
Uncle Ben is my saviour, but the loose pasta and stuff I bought in bulk because it was…cheaper. I cooked it like I cooked the package stuff but it turned out shitty…especially when I didn’t know what to put in it
- I personally love shrimp, but my family never make it at home. Another great option would be grilled salmon
That sounds really, really good…would I be able to use the george foreman type grill to do it?
Again, with shrimp or chicken. Cook it in the sauce and it tastes great. Melt some provolone or mozzella chese over the top.
Would it be alright to fry it? Same with the fish…I need to know how to grill some chicken breasts and whatnot…
My favorite dish has always been chicken or shrimp parmasan and it’s pretty easy to make a “cheater’s” version. Cover them in bread crumbs and bake 'em
EEE frying up chicken covered in crumbs or corn flakes and parmasan…I could so do that!!
Orange juice in the morning, vegetable juice at lunch, and a vegetable and salad at dinner
oh oh oh that reminds me, do those meal substitute drinks really work? Like are they effective? Should I buy them?
If you could give me some ideas on what you like I can try to help you more. I hope you find my suggestions helpul.
A. You buy a rice maker
I can do that. How much do they cost? Are they big and bulky?
Is shrimp hard-shelled? Eh, anyway, you can always go with my favorite fish: blue runner!
Shrimp kinda looks icky. What is blue runner?
D. Other than spaghetti, you could try lasagna, you could try rigattoni, you could try angel hair pasta, you could try… lots of stuff. Alfredo is good too. I’m just listing random stuff here, so don’t blame me
I just wouldn’t know how to make them taste good. My only talent is making cheesey pasta (especially cheese spaghetti) but that gets boring after awhile. I don’t know what other pasta sauces I could make or use…
H. Have you tried baking?
No but I’d love to learn how…it’s an art, to me. I hope to take courses someday.
- Two ways: Bread them and fry them with some oil/butter and garlic; or leave them unbreaded and do the same. I also broil them or steam them.
That sounds sooo good…
- Stir frying is usually easy. Just chop stuff up in small pieces, marinate if you want and push it around a pan until it’s cooked. Remember to add water so you won’t burn the outside and leave it raw on the inside.
But I dont like vegetables…what else can be stir fried?
edit: Eden, the man will do the cooking in my future household, that’s all I have to say to that XD
I’ve left tuna behind in my younger years…