I voted all of the above, asuuming that the rice is brown and that we are keeping the skins on the taters!
I love dried beans. Cheaper and easier to get into my 3rd floor apartment than cans.
Bananas have a lot of calories, but I like to use 1/2 on my cereal and also like making banana bread out of the old ones. I found this stuff in the baking aisle called "ligher bake" (or something like that) that I use in place of oil. It comes out better than substituting applecause.
Carrots are my go-to food when I just can't get my appetite to shut up. I know they have more calories than celery, but celery just doesn't "do it" for me :)
Wow! You guys are good! If you guessed "D. All of the above.", you are absolutely correct. These staples are also particularly economical when considering that they they can be prepared at home in a variety of ways. Good job everybody!
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