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    I will be starting a new job within the next few days, and will be living in a hotel for the first month or so. I have no stove available for cooking which makes things really tuff. courious if anyone has some good ideas on what to buy/eat that wont involve me cooking.

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    couscous only require water and is good for carbs, maybe a good opportunity to eat raw veggies and fruits..

    you could buy one of those roasted chicken for 8$ at safeway every day

    you could pick up a one element stove for 35$ at wall-mart. A small fridge for 99$.
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    small element stove from wallmart... that sounds like a good idea...thanks

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    Don't go to cheap on the cook top stove... you be waiting for ever for the thing to heat up, net alone cook your food

    Quote Originally Posted by yAr View Post
    small element stove from wallmart... that sounds like a good idea...thanks
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    Hot plate!

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    I buy a lot of precooked chicken and rice cups from Wal Mart. I also buy a lot of fresh vegies and eat them raw

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    Get the bagged salads and the safeway whole chickens as well as hot soups ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMP View Post
    Get the bagged salads and the safeway whole chickens as well as hot soups ....
    I say nix the soups as you won't have control of the stuff they pack in them. Lots of MSG in the bag soups they prepare

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    George Foreman grill, Rice cooker and a bar fridge...you'll be good to go. Also oats are the easiest carbs to prepare.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Delt King View Post
    George Foreman grill, Rice cooker and a bar fridge...you'll be good to go. Also oats are the easiest carbs to prepare.
    you forgot a "magic bullet" in there. Its all good if you aren't flying, but SCATSA airport weenies get excited when they see cooking utensils in your checked in luggage.


 
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