Well, that doesn't contain much in the way of vitamins, does it? I would have thought you could take a walk round your garden and pick a few green leaves such as dandelion, nastursion, or herbs as a filler. At least you'd have something a little more tasty.
But in these days of austerity, it would be interesting to get peoples' ideas on what they feel is the cheapest cooked meal. If you grow your own vegs it obviously skewes the financial cost but I'd probably opt for the free chicken carcasses I can get from my local butcher, turn them into stock and make a huge panful of mixed vegetable soup.
As they say, never judge until you have walked a mile in the other person's shoes.
Most folk don't have gardens and there is no harm in a so-called vitamin free meal once in a while..
And many these days don't have even basic cooking skills either.
All my meals are very cheap as there is no money to spare here after rent. But I have the garden and good skills also. And know what I am doing re food etc.
Last week got a large chicken from Dunne's for 99 cents; it was the sell by date. It fed me and the cats and dogs days. This week, a half price chicken from Centra. Today, a fried cheese sandwich dipped in egg was probably the costliest meal of the week. But we are in stormy weather and need comfort food.
Usually soup stock is chicken necks which I get in 10 k packs for E3.