If you think you’ve reached the point where you just can’t look a bologna sandwich in the eye one more time, maybe it’s time to begin using your noggin. Even if all you’ve got is a frying pan and a Coleman camp stove you can make a concoction you’ll savor.
Chop up that bologna into bits the size of dill pickle slices and throw it in the pan with chopped onion, minced garlic, and a teaspoon of grapeseed oil. Turn it and stir it until the bologna browns and curls up on the sides.
Once it’s done, throw on a teaspoon of chopped dill pickles, and smear it all between those two slices of bread. Curry, ginger, ancho, jalapeno, green pepper, all of them will add some variety to carry you through until payday.
The old ‘pound of red and a loaf of bread’ method of squeezing through hard times was never good past the second day. Torturing yourself to death after the third was just a method of robbing life of potential joy.
This ain’t the 20th Century anymore.