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Here is a picture of a simple meal I would eat in 2020. It's not much different than what I eat today.

I've included a recipe

Cooked rice: 1 cup (can be leftover or just made)
1 small onion chopped up
Handful of fresh mushrooms and peppers diced up - use whatever's on hand.
Leftover or Frozen Mixed vegetables – chopped carrots, beans, cauliflower, broccoli, peas corn: ½ cup
Oil (Vegetable / Olive): 1-2 tbsp
Salt, Pepper

At a high temperature brown onions in oil, then add fresh peppers/mushrooms to the hot pan. Mix well and let sit until you hear a good sizzle. Mix in rice, and allow it to brown a little. Then add the other vegetables.

Salt/Pepper to taste.

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Comment by Sue White on March 27, 2010 at 9:07pm
I use a simple skillet. I've been cooking vegan and "recycled" meals for years and that I should share some of the simple recipes I use.
Comment by Sue White on March 27, 2010 at 9:17pm
I think recycling food is a significant issue here in the US. For example I live in the desert in America, and few people even consider water to be an issue. We're so accustomed to water, that basic conservation practices are considered silly. I xere-scaped my lawn a few years ago, which means that my home only has native desert plants. I use 10% of the water I did previously. It seems like common sense.

Food is wasted in this country in ways that are embarrassing... the elements of this meal are simply scraps that might wind up in the trash. One onion later, I have a new hot meal.
Comment by MoE on March 27, 2010 at 9:58pm
Liked your picture, recipe and, most of all, your considerations here in the comment area. You look very conscious, Sue, I appreciate that. I'll take some more time to dig into your blog posts
Comment by Shtanto on March 27, 2010 at 10:16pm
Looks good. Do you ever add an egg to the rice?
Comment by Oliver Hohlstein on March 30, 2010 at 7:31am
Looks tasty. :)


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