I got a notification of new video upload by @handmadebypetitediva from youtube and thought i should check it out.
my scalp was tingling all through the preparation of this hair rinse. i have a name for this o - pepper them hair rinse. 😂
would you try this combo? .
welcome back everyone, to the seventh installment of meals for broke people. after getting some good constructive criticism on one of my other social media accounts, i've decided to show you some of my classic meals. these are meals that i have made in the past. these meals taste great, are healthy, and very cheap and affordable. plus, they are food for the eyes as well. enjoy.
meal: sauteed spinach, onions, and garlic with canned salmon.
potassium stats: *two bags of spinach = 2,350 mg potassium.
*one can of bumblebee wild caught pink salmon= 1,300 mg potassium
*two vidalia onions= 400 mg potassium
*about eight cloves of garlic = 128 mg potassium.
*two bags of spinach:
-2 grams protein per serving
-5 servings=10 grams protein *can of bumblebeewild caught pink salmon:
-12 grams protein per serving
-7 servings per can= 84 grams protein *two vidalia onions:
-1 onion= 1 gram protein - 2 onions= 2 grams protein *eight cloves garlic:
- 1 clove= .25 grams protein
-8 cloves= 2 grams protein
total potassium and protein:
whole p*t contains 4,178 mg of potassium and about 98 grams of protein from the salmon, spinach, onions, and garlic. (correction on the protein from last post)
cost: *two bags of spinach:
$1.49 per bag at aldi
two bags= $2.98 *can of bumblebee wild caught salmon
canned salmon is usually about $2.99 to $3.50 in discount grocery stores.
let's go with the higher. $3.50 total *onion: $1.99 for 6 onions
$1.99÷6=.33÷ 2= 16.5 cents total *garlic:
3 bulbs: 99 cents
8 cloves are about half a bulb
99÷3=33÷2= 16.5 cents total
about $6.81 for two days worth of meals for one person.