I don't have a job, very little spare money, only a basic set of pots and pans, no measuring spoons, no decent knives other than discount steak knives, and a basic set up of a stove/oven/microwave, but I'm getting tired of eating unhealthy food and I feel like there has to be some way of eating healthy and not emptying my bank account.
I've noticed over the three years I've been at my current school I've gotten really out of shape. I haven't gained any weight (I don't eat enough for that), I'm just plain getting out of shape and loosing what little muscle structure I had in the first place. I realize the muscle thing isn't really food related but it gives you the idea of what condition I'm in now.
Every time I go to the grocery store I tell myself I'll try to buy ingredients to actually make something but either I feel the ingredients to make everything would costs too much, or Im worried the amount of food I make won't last me more than two days. Which for me how long the food will last me is a big thing. If I can finish it in one or two days its not really worth it. Usually I end up buying the same thing over and over again which is stuff to make sandwiches, and the basic ramen noodles, then occasionally whatever else I may need. I've pretty much been eating sandwiches every day for the past three years.
So my question is if there's any sort of cookbook or website or person that knows of good healthy filling recipes that I can make fairly fast, for cheap, with little equipment, and will last me more than two days.