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03 November 2005 @ 02:30 am
Ok, so the quintessential problem.

I am hungry. I am carless and stuck on campus (even if there was anything open in this crazy town to eat at after 11:00 pm). I don't have much space in the fridge and my roommate sleeps lightly so I can't go banging around with the microwave.

I'm limited to an electric teakettle and food that is easy to store. I'm looking for milk-less, sugar-less, hot-boiled-water gourmet.

cowabunga_tmntcowabunga_tmnt on November 3rd, 2005 07:47 am (UTC)
noodles with a can of cream of something soup
Gecageca on November 3rd, 2005 04:33 pm (UTC)
"milk-less" and "cream of something" are not quite compatible. You know, the "cream" part...
the girl with the long last namearandomparadox on November 3rd, 2005 05:31 pm (UTC)
is it that you don't use dairy products, or you just don't have milk? because with one you can't use cream of ______ soup, and one you can if you just have some. you wouldn't actually need milk.

on that note, i had friends in my freshman year who would make different concoctions with ramen or cans of soup using only a coffeemaker.

good luck!
cowabunga_tmntcowabunga_tmnt on November 4th, 2005 12:01 am (UTC)
If I'm using the "cream of something" soup with noodles, you can just use the soup and no milk, and if you don't like the consistency, add a bit of water (or whatever liquid suits your taste, although I'm not sure how something like beer or whiskey would turn out in this lol).
candyquacken on November 3rd, 2005 05:30 pm (UTC)
i have tons of oatmeal packets. i just use bottled water instead of milk. (of course..i tend to like unflavored oatmeals. can you use splenda, or is that off limits too?)
Joylilaclace on May 4th, 2006 07:55 am (UTC)
I would try to make something that can be stored on a shelf outside of the fridge. Also someone said oatmeal, easymac, breakfast bars, trail mix, peanut butter...
Best of Luck.