The life in the universities are somehow challenges since learners are not provided with meals.This has triggers many learners to stay in rental houses since cooking is not allowed in the institutions hostels.Besides eating in cafeteria is slightly costly.
The following are foodstuffs that comprises most of the university students diet because they are cheap and easy to prepare thus does not consume alot of cooking gas.
They are source of protein and majority of students prefers it since one egg only cost ten shillings thus minimizes their daily spending.
The meal is light and takes short time to be ready thus prolonging number of days of refilling the gas.A quarter kilogram of rice only cost twenty shillings and can be eaten with atleast three individuals.
It's price is cheap compared to purchasing fish thus improving savings.Besides it does not requires alot of inputs during preparation.
SUKUMA WIKI AND CABBAGE
These are source of vitamins and only cost ten shillings making students to satisfy their needs at a lower cost.
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