Good.is' 'How to Cook Real Good Cheap Easy Food' infographic is an excellent reference point for students, young couples or for virtually anyone on a budget. The dishes listed require minimal amounts of investment without having to compromise on taste, seen in its references to bolognese sauce, cauliflower curry and minestrone soup.
How to Cook Real Good Cheap Easy Food places emphasis on the bare essentials. Stewed tomatoes and hearty beans are inexpensive yet full of flavor and nutrients, and are moreover the key ingredients in an array of dinnertime favorites.
The chart also addresses relevant health concerns, pointing out the benefits of swapping meat with tofu and the need to avoid fried foods altogether.