Quick minced beef stew (made with white kidney beans, green beans, onions, garlic, smoked paprika, cumin, oregano, cayenne pepper, stock, gravy, soy sauce, salt, black pepper and olive oil) with some boiled potatoes on the side. :)
Additionally, lentils, beans, fruit, vegetables, rice, pasta and so on can be cheap depending on where you shop. If you’re smart, it really isn’t any more expensive and people use that as an excuse. This is just an example of one large chain supermarket - there are often deals on with products such as Quorn and Linda McCartney as well as their own branded vegan and vegetarian foods. You can buy tofu in Chinese supermarkets for cheap or even Amazon - you can get 4,188g for £15.00. That’s literally nothing and would last forever.
I purchase food for myself and for Joseph, who eats meat, and there isn’t much of a difference. In fact, if you’re buying decent meat then you’ll spend much more than you would if buying vegetarian or vegan. Even meat eaters need to eat vegetables, fruits, and so on so typically, the only difference is the meat substitute, which as you can see, can be quite cheap.
Once again: no special ingredients or equipment is needed, except coconut aminos, but that’s available in most health food stores or online.
I really appreciate a good jerky, especially because there is NO CLEAN ONES out there and because we’re going camping for 4 days and I will need some portable snacks that are actually good for me.
1 lb top sirloin
1 bottle coconut aminos
1 tsp of each: salt, cracked pepper, ground coriander
½ tsp of each: ground cumin, ground fennel
If you like milder taste use half of the spices!! I like it spicy.
I didn’t trim the fat from the meat. I like the fat. But it’s up to you.
Cut the steak against the grain, diagonally, like on the video.
Mix the coconut aminos with all the spices and pour it into a glass or stainless bowl, then add all the strips and make sure all the slices get covered. You can add water to the marinade if it doesn’t cover your meat.
I marinated it overnight, but I guess a few hours would do!
Set your oven to 200 degrees. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil. Place the rack on top (you want to leave the jerky exposed to air on both sides). I used a cooling rack intended for baking and did two batches, that’s how much a pound will make!
Place jerky on the racks, leaving a little space between.
Bake for at least two 2 hours (checking frequently) or until it is, well, jerky-like! You want it to be dry.
Store in an airtight container.
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Is still a common occurrence in the dairy and intensive beef cattle industries in order to prevent animals and livestock workers from being harmed due to keeping the animals in such abnormally intensive environments. Cows will bleed for more than 15 minutes after the horns are cut off and commonly only get some antiseptic powder or spray on the open wounds, no pain relief. Cows put through this often become unreasonable due to the pain and are known to collapse or flip in the crush in which they are held, or charge workers afterwards. Let cows keep their horns, and go dairy and meat free today.
***I highly recommend downloading the app that is related to this site and ESPECIALLY getting the Fat Bombs cookbook that the author of this site published this year. It has every kind of fat bomb under the sun and most are dairy free!