Canteen Food

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While I’m always thankful for the cheap and relatively well-balanced meals at the university canteen, these days a certain amount of tiresomeness is starting to wane my once stalwart positivity. With the first year nearly at an end, and only another (hopefully) three years to go, this gochujang-marinade-weary-blogger is starting to wonder whether packed lunches from home are a viable option. Probably not.

Laziness being the primary obstacle.

While I’m always thankful for the cheap and relatively well-balanced meals at the university canteen, these days a certain amount of tiresomeness is starting to wane my once stalwart positivity. With the first year nearly at an end, and only another (hopefully) three years to go, this gochujang-marinade-weary-blogger is starting to wonder whether packed lunches from home are a viable option. Probably not.

Laziness being the primary obstacle.

I’m pretty sure there are around 14 different dishes that the canteen cycles through in a predictable fashion. There are other options available, but most of them are too far away for a short lunch break. So I guess I’ll just have to buckle up and enjoy nature’s bounty.

Things could be worse. Soylent Green for example.



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