I'm currently living in a dorm-like building with one shared kitchen. The kitchen is a mess, often crowded, and I don't like chatting with strangers while I cook, so I want to try basically avoiding it altogether.
As for goals, I need to lose fat. That is first and foremost. I do not mind a repetitive diet. In fact, I prefer it.
So, I was thinking about basically living on canned tuna, bananas, and grass-fed butter for the next couple of months. This provides my protein, fat, and carb needs. I know it's far from the ideal of grassfed steaks and sweet potatoes - but it still seems pretty healthy to me. And cheap and easy as well.
Has anyone had experience with a Spartan diet like this? I know it'll be bland, but that doesn't bother me much. I do better when I suck it up and just focus on simple and easy meals. Like I said, I know it's not ideal - but I'm currently eating fast food, so it would be a huge improvement from that.