It feels good to eat well (and healthfully).
Each of these meals are easy to make, inexpensive and healthy.  They do not contain any cholesterol and have very little or no saturated fat.  If it's white, don't bite.  It's important to eat food with fiber and the best sources are unprocessed whole plant food.
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Sweet Potatoes and Mixed Veggies
 

Bake sweet potato and add fresh steamed vegetables. This picture has peas and black beans. Be sure not to spoil the health benefits by adding butter, the sweet potato has excellent flavor without the need for butter.  This dinner costs about $2 per serving and will fill your stomach till breakfast.

The "Best Burger" ever!
 

You can find lots of good veggie burgers in the frozen section of most grocery stores.  However, we recommend you make your own. They are best with a good whole wheat bun and a big ripe tomato with onion.  Click here to find out how to make the "Best Burger" ever.

Pasta and Veggie Mix
 
Whole wheat pasta, steamed mixed vegetables
 
Whole wheat is very important because it includes fiber and it's complex. Add a can of kidney beans for an extra plant protein punch.
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Potatoes and Veggie Mix
 
boiled red skin potatoes and mixed vegetables without any oil
 
Another inexpensive option that's easy to make.
Bowtie Pasta with Broccoli
 
Whole Wheat Pasta, Broccoli and Sunflower Seeds
 
This health meal takes about 10 minutes to make and cost less than $2/serving.  It has very few calories, so eat till you are almost full.
Brown Rice and Vegetables
 
Brown Rice, Corn, Peas, and Carrots
 
At about $2 per serving, this is close to the perfect meal.  The brown rice fills the stomach and tastes great with all the vegetables.  It's easy to cook also, just boil water.
Pesto Pizza
 
pine nuts, fresh tomatoes and red peppers
 
Top whole wheat pizza crust with silken tofu blended with basil, cover with fresh tomatoes, red peppers, black olives, pine nuts, nutritional yeast and red onions.  Bake for 45 minutes