Frozen fries. We steam the vegies and it differs for the meat. Grilling is our main option, although we try and mix it up by using leftovers and being creative e.g. chicken parmas with the leftover ham, ham or chicken scrolls, savoury mince, bolognaise mix. For us it's about living within our means, we can't afford to spend more than $150 on groceries a week, and I get horrible bloating from most foods so it's just easier to stick with what I know won't affect me.A typical day for me is:breakfast - 3 weetbix made with boiling water and 2 sugarslunch - 2-3 slices of ham with salad (usually carrots, cucumber and lettuce)dinner - meat & vegsnacks - 3 saladas, 1 apple, 1 bananadrinks - 2 cups of black tea with 2 sugars, 2L water.If I'm feeling really hungry I have a supply of almonds that I snack from or I'll make myself a vegemite sandwich, but I'm pretty used to my diet now so the amount is perfect for me.DH has a lot more food than me, he normally has a similar breakfast, for lunch he'll have a ham and cheese sandwich and then a peanut butter sandwich, snacks are homemade cakes, biscuits, slices etc. And we always have a supply of jelly that DH can eat if he's still hungry after dinner.