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  1. It's true. I'm a girl and I can't cook.

    I live in college by myself (for those of you who don't know), so I buy random assorted inexpensive things that I can make. Most of my pantry consists of ramen and canned foods, but I wanted some variety so I got a box of Stove Top stuffing.

    Now, the directions are simple. Boil water and butter, add the stuffing, remove it from heat, wait 5 minutes, fluff with fork. I managed to mess THAT up.

    First of all, I added too much butter (because I was only going to cook half, and I originally added the normal amount of butter, which would've been twice as much as needed).

    Second, when I added the stuffing, it overflowed and I got molten waterbutter all over the stove. Then I moved the pan and covered it with a plate to let it heat up.

    When it was done, it was really watered down. I don't have a measuring cup so I didn't know how much water is how much, and I apparently added too much, so my stuffing is soggy.

    It's good though, when you're hungry.

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    2. Nanami

      Nanami

      Oh that reminds me. There's two things I actually can cook.

      1) Breakfast burritos... when I lived at home my family loved it when I made them.
      2) Tunafish salad. Because this requires no real cooking, heh!

    3. Job

      Job

      Nanami said:

      I get Ramen. They're 10 for a dollar and are about 1-2 a serving. Either way, much cheaper. =P

      Well yeah, but Ramen is frighteningly and surprisingly bad for you. Besides the sodium, which is a given, there's 32 grams of fat for just one package of Ramen. The stuff I mentioned has less sodium and between 2-6 grams of fat per packet.

      Nanami said:

      1) Breakfast burritos... when I lived at home my family loved it

      One neat form of breakfast burritos involves a toasted tortilla, whole fried eggs and cut up breakfast sausages. Put them in the tortilla and add syrup. It's quite delicious.

    4. Danarchy

      Danarchy

      Nanami said:

      2) Tunafish salad. Because this requires no real cooking, heh!

      Yeah! Tunafish Salad rules! Thats yet another thing I know how to make.

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