Lunch is a meal eaten around midday. It is commonly the second meal of the day, after breakfast, and varies in size by culture and region.
Rice and beans are often thought of as side dishes to a Mexican meal. But the truth is that rice and beans make a powerful, healthy combo. Together, they make a complete protein! Which means that you don't always need animal protein with your meal in order to feel full.
A lady who did not want to keep this to herself decided to share what she was having for lunch. Although it's a huge portion, it makes sense for the kind of food. What a way to start the week. Some even went so far as to request the recipe.
Unfortunately, she could not give them the recipe since the food was bought somewhere near where she works, not home-made. Share your own opinion on this post. Don't forget to like and comment on.
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