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You have a microwave and a refrigerator so you must not be poor:

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Never mind the lack of food, dishes, or flatware.

The flatware was liberated from a take out place by taking more pieces than I immediately needed:

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I splurged at Walgreens discount aisle for my fine dinnerware:

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The dollar store had some food items and cookware. Note on the cookware the instructions say the lid is not microwave safe so I'm assuming the bowl/casserole itself is microwave safe:

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Poverty Frittatta:

Two eggs
1/4 cup milk, half and half or cream
1/4 cup shredded cheese
Two pieces of ham lunch meat broken up
Shake of salt and pepper

Put cheese, ham and salt and pepper in your microwave safe bowl:

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Stir together:

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Now you find your kitchen lacking bowls and whisks, among other things. Using a wide mouth bottle you can make a stirring device.

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Froth the eggs in the jar and then add cream and shake again:

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Pour the egg mixture onto the ham and cheese:

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Microwave for three to five minutes until the eggs are dry looking, you can take them out and let them sit for a few moments to allow them to finish cooking:

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Originally posted to Kossacks for the Homeless Person on Wed Dec 18, 2013 at 09:01 AM PST.

Also republished by ClassWarfare Newsletter: WallStreet VS Working Class Global Occupy movement and Hunger in America.

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