The fall semester holds a lot of new beginnings for students. New classes, new classmates and, for some, a new apartment with a kitchen that can seem a little scary. Cooking for oneself for the first time is difficult because there’s a lot to consider like budget, time and ingredients. However, studies show that cooking your own meals can be better for your body and have a lot of added psychological benefits if you share those meals with others. Instead of being intimidated, see cooking as a new type of self-care where you can learn more about yourself and grow as a chef. Here is a list of six budget and dietary-restriction friendly recipes for any type of cook that require little equipment and little time. These recipes are perfect after a long day of Zoom classes.
1. Cauliflower and Chickpea Masala (Vegetarian/Vegan)
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