Low Spoons Food Thread

Discussion in 'General Advice' started by Vast Derp, Apr 22, 2015.

  1. Gingersouldrinker

    Gingersouldrinker New Member

    When I was really depressed a couple years back and could barely feed myself each day, I ate a lot of what I call "dog food for people". It's just canned refried beans, canned cooked chicken, drain the chicken, dump in a bowl with the beans, mix and heat a bit in the microwave, portion it out with rice. Season as you like, its bland but inoffensive on it's own.
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  2. Astrodynamicist

    Astrodynamicist Adequate Potato Goblin

    Thank you! I have been eating this in burrito form all week.
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  3. PotteryWalrus

    PotteryWalrus halfway hideous and halfway sweet

    Oh, also, I just remembered my favourite appalling-levels-of-calories food from when I was trying to actively bulk up again after I nearly died and was an 80lbs skeleton of a person determined to never have that small a fat reserve ever again!


    Honey, peanut butter, and Nutella on white bread. Extremely tasty and filling, but if you're Diabetic like me remember to take enough insulin to counter it!
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  4. ChelG

    ChelG Well-Known Member

    Peas are useful because you can swallow them in handfuls without chewing.
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  5. vuatson

    vuatson [delurks]

    a salad (slaw?) I have been eating recently:

    - a couple forkfuls of peanut butter mixed with enough sesame ginger/asian salad dressing to make it nice and creamy and mixable, plus a little lime juice if you want
    - veggie slaw mix (shredded green cabbage + red cabbage + carrots. can also get extra shredded carrots to add if you want)

    and any or all of the following:

    - sliced green onions
    - cilantro (could also use cilantro paste)
    - fried garlic
    - sesame seeds
    - chopped peanuts
    - crispy wonton strips

    delicious, covers several food groups, puts a vegetable in your face, takes less than 10 minutes to make and only dirties a salad bowl and a fork (plus knife and cutting board if you do the green onions or cilantro, but they barely get dirty). strongly recommend
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