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No one Understands What “Readymade” Means :(

I’ve been searching for Breakfast options other than cereal. I’d like to get a bunch of protein in the mornings, and there are lots of options and articles on the Internet. But I have one requirement:

I don’t want to prepare anything.

I don’t want to cook, chop, mix, or add Ingredients. My breakfast Recipe has to look like this (all optional):

  1. Unpack
  2. Microwave (maybe)
  3. Add a maximum of ONE thing (milk, salt etc)
  4. Eat

Unfortunately when I search the web using words like “ready made”, “out of the box”, “quick to prepare”, and “to go”, I’m hit with a list of recipes that are anything BUT quick to make. I mean all of them require either multiple ingredients, dishes, or cooking. I think I must be the only voice in the wilderness crying out of the purity of a ready made breakfast.

I’m lazy obviously, but I can’t be the only person out there right? Look at these sites which claim to have “out of the box” or “easy” recipes. Those are anything but easy and out of the box! What these sites are asking for is too much time and effort. I just about tolerate two rounds of microwaving food with frozen meals (one before and one after stirring). Does anyone else feel this way? I mean I can’t be the only person out there who wants a easy and hassle free meal right?

Deceptive marketing – that’s what it is. You should not be allowed to call something “readymade” unless it’s you know…readymade! So at this point, it’s still cornflakes till I find something else…

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No one Understands What “Readymade” Means :(


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