The second thing is that I'm a first-year college student
looking for easy things to prepare in my room. The
dining hall tries, but I'm just so suspicious about added
fat in anything except the salad bar. I have a
microwave, hot-pot, and fridge, but not regular access to
a grocery store. I do eat dairy and eggs (whites or
Beaters of course) Any suggestions would be great. I'm
not too fond of those instant, soup-in-cardboard-cup
things. The rice and beans never soften enough for me.
Any thoughts? I'm especially concerned about protein,
even though I know you guys claim that isn't a problem.
It may not be, but for me I feel better...please don't
Also, I received a flier on campus yesterday. I quote
Dr. Michael Klaper: "The concept of vegetable protein
being 'incomplete' is a myth. All grains, legumes,
vegetables, nuts, and seeds have all the essential amino
acids." This makes it sound as though, while preferrable
nutritionally, variety wouldn't be necessary for protein
intake. While I know 'food-combining' is antiquated,
this statement can't be true. Any ideas?
Thanks for any advice!