I’ll take door number two, Bob?
inb4 anyone calls this unrealistic - I can vouch for those prices as being accurate in California, USA.
Number two for sure.
That’s not one pound of chicken breasts pictured. Those typically tend to weigh about 12oz a breast. So the picture is kinda misleading. (and no, i don’t like being that person who calls it unrealistic)
Those prices are aaaaabsolutely inaccurate for where I live. I WISH you could get a pound of chicken for that price, holy christ.
Hahahahahahahhahaha no. I hate when this crap goes around. Also, the top will feed a family for longer and can be spread out for more. (Also, like someone else said, that’s not a pound of chicken! And that’s name brand chicken pictured, so extra lol.) I don’t wanna even get into the time for prep and cooking and how that all factors in again when the top takes a minute at most to nuke in the microwave, is easy and portable, and filling enough, but I just mean. Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh with this already.
Yeah, I’ve gotten produce for around those prices, maybe the bread, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen chicken for anywhere near that cheap. Also, as has been pointed out numerous times by numerous people, cost is just one of many, many factors to consider.
Not sorry to be that person, because I remain unwilling to put up with this bullshit.
Those tacquitos = something microwaveable I could take to work versus a bunch of food I’d have to prepare beforehand and find storage for, then eat before it goes bad. Frozen convenience food was invented for a reason - and those reasons still totally exist.