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I have:<br><br>
artichoke hearts (jarred)<br>
diced tomatoes<br>
tomato paste<br>
salsa<br>
chips<br>
corn tortillas<br>
eggs<br>
cheese (motza, brie, cheddar)<br>
chicken<br>
breakfast sasauge<br>
hamburger<br>
sour cream<br>
rice<br><br>
I am going to get potatoes, milk, noodles.Including buying those, I have $40 to spend. I know I'm in a good place. But I still need help.<br><br>
What can I make?<br><br>
Any ideas?<br><br>
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Here's what I would do-<br><br>
Eggs for breakfasts along with homemade bread (use eggs), buy flour and yeast.<br><br>
Leftovers for all lunches.<br><br>
1. Mexican (use corn tortillas, hamburger, cheddar, salsa, sour cream)<br>
2. Pizza Margarita (use diced tomatoes, mozzarella, and the flour and yeast mentioned before)<br>
3. Chicken, rice, and artichoke bake (use chicken and artichokes, along with a little of the sour cream and some spices for a sauce)<br><br>
4-7 can use new ingredients based on what's fresh. All you've purchased so far is the flour and yeast, so just under $10 per dinner/lunch set isn't hard to pull off at all. You could probably even do it for half that and still eat reasonably well.
 
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