Waiting for payday.

In my opinion, basic ramen packs should not be underestimated. With an electric kettle (if you don’t have one, consider getting one) providing boiling water in less than 5 minutes, ramen can be made in under 9 minutes. When you add the leftover roasted veggies and sausage from the night before to drained noodles and pour some tasty Chick-fil-a Polynesian sauce packets over it, grabbed from the anything drawer, you’ll find a bowl of yummy. It’s not fantastic or restaurant quality by any means, but it is affordable, convenient, and a resourceful way to use up leftovers, thus making your money go further and helping to reduce waste in the process. I save those flavor packets from the ramen bricks and use them later to make broth for other dishes or to season more roasted vegetables. Cooking doesn’t have to be exhausting. Cooking needs to be what you need it to be, and sometimes, that’s a bowl of ramen noodles and stuff.

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