@matrix
9 months ago

What are some foods that are healthy, filling, and not that expensive?

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Beans fits this description
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I guess that depends where you live but
Rice and beans
Bananas
oatmeal
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Potato, egg, anything green like salad, apple and carrot. Those all have great ammount of vitamins.
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Brown Rice
Great for: Side dishes, rice salads, fried rice, casseroles, soups, and stews.

Whole-Wheat or Multigrain Pasta
Great for: Hot and cold pasta dishes.

100% Whole-Wheat Bread
Great for: Hot and cold sandwiches, bread stuffing, bread pudding, and breakfast.

Frozen Vegetables
Great for: Side dishes

Oats
Great for: Hot or cold cereal, crumb toppings for desserts, and muffins.

Russet Potato
Great for: Baked potatoes, breakfast potatoes, salads, casseroles.

Fresh Bagged Spinach
Great for: Quick salads, egg dishes, casseroles, soups.

Frozen Soybeans
Great for: Snacks and appetizers or as a side dish with your meal.

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Oats and apple both fill your stomach faster and give you good amount of protein and nutrition.

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Vegetables and fruits plus some insects. They pack a lot of protein. Bananas give you instant energy olif you are doing some really tough activities.
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Banana, Beans, Sweet Potatoes, Brown Rice, Broccoli, Cauliflower are cheap and healthy foods
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Egg,
Milk,
Beans,
Fruits and Veggies in raw form

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fruits and juices
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Complete plant based diet,
It can help undo, the cycle that we have been moving towards which eventually leads to cardiovascular disease & so on
Refer to book - How not to Die by Michael Greger, MD
Follow - plant based news on Instagram
Refer to TED video - https://youtu.be/xnKaOL2IBPY
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