As a single person I find it difficult to cook and maintain an interesting diet for myself. I tend to buy in a number of vegetables which I'm then forced to use over the subsequent number of days before they go off.
I live in a shared house so the ability to cook a number of meals and then freeze them is not really an option due to lack of freezer space.
I find that most of my veggie dishes tend to look the same - a type of vegetable stew! I'm stuck in a bad rut with my cookery and would like to expand and be more creative, yet healthy.
As I'm big into keeping fit, I was wondering if you guys could recommend to me a cookery book (preferably with nutritional info) for single meals and/or advice on how to reduce wasted food?
I'm trying to up the fat contents of my meals, but I've no idea how to go about this. My current plan is to make some veggie curry with coconut in it and take linseeds in brekkie and olives in my salad at lunch time.
However, my main problem is a lack of simple meal ideas for evening. As much as I enjoy cooking, I don't want to be making complex dishes that take an age to complete.
Sorry, this is just a ramble, but any help would be appreciated!