I spend the majority of my time laying down. I could say bedridden but I can't sleep in a bed. I sleep on a Japanese futon on the floor. Anyway I'm looking for simple easy cooking ideas. Most cookbooks are WAY too complicated and call for way too much prep work and or ingredients. I've searched high and low for a disabled cookbook, or something like that to no avail. I have energy and pain issues, specifically with moving my neck. I bought a toaster oven to put onto the counter so I don't have to bend over to use the oven. I also keep all of the most used items in the top cupboards, so all I have to do is look straight ahead, and not move my neck. I can't eat any of the frozen meals in the frozen section, they all make me sick in one way or another. Of course once you look at the ingredients list it becomes abundantly clear. Right now I get buy with a very expensive food delivery service called letsdish.com. 4 dinners delivered, which comes out to 8-10 servings, is 140 dollars. I have to be selective with my choices because many of their dishes contain dangerous ingredients like trans fat, hidden MSG, and pasta/white rice (not dangerous but I can't eat it, spikes blood sugar). If I'm not eating a premade meal I do a green drink in my vitamix or I eat a salad from wendys. Other ideas that come to mind are amy's organic canned soup (I can not eat regular soup laced with chemicals), wild planet canned tuna (costs a fortune but has lowest mercury content and a taste that will blow your mind), and odwalla bars. If I don't do either of those I can eat chicken wings in the toaster oven, or hamburgers. I purposefully use chicken wings because they do not require any prep work, neither do burgers. You just take them out of the freezer, cook, and eat them (I do season them though). I once had a cookbook called A man, A can, and a Plan, which would be something I would be looking for along those lines, minus all of the chemicals in their food suggestions. Something that says buy these 3-4 things, do a minimal amount of work, eat. Preferably with no left over ingredients. There is a good chance I will forget that they exist, and they will be wasted and go bad in the depths in my refrigerator. It is best for everything to be 'one and done'. I've also looked into meal replacement drinks and bars, mainly organic. So if anyone has a similar experience or has any suggestions I certainly welcome it!