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Before graduating from The University of Iowa, Rick prepared plenty of meals in small dorm rooms and old, college-town kitchens. When he started College Fed in 2012, he set out to help students gain confidence in the kitchen through cheap, easy and delicious recipes.

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  1. Milissa
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    You don’t have to have a fry pan to do this! Some dorms only let you have microwave ovens, so just scramble your eggs in a dish, about a 2-3 cup size because the egg tends to try to escape small dishes, and microwave for about 30 seconds at a time, stirring each time. I just watch and when I see the egg getting big and puffy, I stop and chop/stir. Cook to desired doneness. In another dish (though if you don’t mind overcooked eggs, and only want to wash one dish you can use the same one!) Cook the Ramen and vegetables to desired doneness, add eggs and viola! I can’t see why you couldn’t microwave the chicken too, but if you did I’d think using a precooked, grilled chicken would be tastier.

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