I'm in school, and I often don't like cooking, not because it's not enjoyable, but because it consumes too much of my time. I lose 45 minutes to an hour and a half making a meal, not including cleanup (ha), and often this is only complicated by the presence of that delicious, mouthwatering, tempting and ultimately unhealthy stuff: meat. It's gotten to the point where my laziness has exceeded my love for meat and I've discovered myself eating less and less meat as time goes on. My health has benefitted. I still get protein after going to the gym but I've also started to feast on berries, cherries, grape tomatoes and the like. Easy veggies. The only meat I get is the occasional bacon and egg for breakfast, the odd dabble of deli cold cuts or the occasional frozen chicken wings (not often). This isn't the case when I eat out though. When I eat out, meat is just a few dollars and a few minutes away, so I order like a madman, and I eat chicken katsu at my favourite sushi place, a Cold Cut Combo at the nearest Subway, or a steaming hot bowl of chicken dolsot at any Korean eatery with decent hot sauce. Eating out is expensive, though. I want to save money, now that I am earning it on my own. Meat, by nature, is also expensive. It has to be born and raised and skinned and tenderized and seasoned and packaged and chilled before it can be even sold! And then it lasts only a couple of days! Meat, inherently, is an expensive, resource-wasting, unhealthy food. The only payback is its taste, given the many alternative sources of protein. So, getting to the chase... What are some nice quick veggie recipes you guys like to whip up every now and then? I know I can check the web but I wanted to hear from fellow computer geeks, Mac enthusiasts and electronics nerds like myself, what veggie/tofu/nut Frankenstein creation do you manage to choke down every now and then because.. by God.. it actually tastes pretty good! Thanks!