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Source: Global News

A healthy five-day meal plan for a single person for $65

Today 09:54 GMT

It does not include condiments and other kitchen essentials like oil, salt, pepper etc.. Plain Greek yogurt $4 Small white eggs $2 Packaged whole wheat bread $2 1L milk (2%) $3 Bananas $2 Blueberries $3 Smooth peanut butter $3 Quick steel cut oats $3 White rice (long) $2 Almonds (100 grams) $4 Baby spinach $4 Cherry tomatoes $4 Mini tortillas (12 in a bag) $2 Lean ground turkey $7 Firm tofu $2 Chick peas $1 Broccoli (one floret) $4 Bag of carrots $3 One white onion $2 Canned corn $1 Canned black beans $1 Crushed tomatoes $1 Apples (3) $3 Rice cakes $2. Breakfast: Greek yogurt with blueberries and almonds Lunch: Black bean tortilla wrap with corn, spinach and white rice Dinner: Stir-fried tofu with carrots, broccoli, egg and onion over rice. Breakfast: Scrambled eggs with cherry tomatoes and toast Lunch: Leftover stir-fried tofu with carrots, broccoli, egg and onion over rice Dinner: Turkey burrito with black beans, onions and corn. READ MORE: Here’s how much more Canadians will likely spend on groceries in 2019 . Breakfast: Steel cut oats with bananas and almonds Lunch: Rice bowl with leftover turkey, black beans, spinach and corn Dinner: Frittata with spinach, onions and cherry tomatoes. Breakfast: Smoothie with peanut butter, Greek yogurt and banana Lunch: Wrap with baked tofu, shredded carrots and spinach Dinner: Savoury chickpea curry with rice and cherry tomatoes. Breakfast: Steel cut oats with Greek yogurt, blueberries and almonds Lunch: Egg salad sandwich with sliced apples and rice cakes Dinner: Turkey sloppy Joe (made with crushed tomatoes) served with carrot sticks and toast

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Source: DW

New Zealand minister in Turkey to confront Erdogan

Saturday 05:09 GMT

New Zealand Foreign Minister Winston Peters landed in Istanbul on Friday to challenge Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan about why he has repeatedly shown alleged footage of a shooting at a mosque in Christchurch that left 50 people dead.

Erdogan's other contentious comments: The president has also vowed to make the shooter pay if New Zealand fails to do so and send anti-Muslim Australians "back in coffins" like their grandfathers who had fought against Turkish Ottoman forces in World War I.. Australia's anger subsides: Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison summoned the Turkish ambassador to protest Erdogan's comments, but has since welcomed a "moderation of the president's views."


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