I guess I have to explain my diet a little. I rarely eat out, but I don't "cook". I eat mostly fruits and vegetables, either raw or steamed in the microwave.
I don't eat totally vegetarian, I do eat chicken and fish. Most RVers eat out or have potlucks, so I can have chicken and fish at these times. Not too sure what I would contribute to a potluck, maybe a rice dish or a salad.
I have a small electric rice cooker that I use for rice and oatmeal and other grains. I make tea in a coffee maker and I have a small one serving blender to make smoothies.
Simple life - simple diet.
I really didn't want a stovetop and came across a small class C that was originally set up as an office. I have always been the type to turn on a pot of water to boil and forget about it. So, I was afraid to have a propane cooktop in such a small space. I rarely use my stovetop/oven that is in my house.
The RV I mentioned earlier has the full bath in the rear, and the kitchen in the middle, but there is no cooktop and no kitchen sink. All the pipes are there, just no hole cut in the top. It has a microwave and refrigerator.
If I add solar panels, I should be able to operate the small kitchen appliances without a problem.
This particular RV has a very open feel, the cabinets are counter top height and not the tall closet pantry type cabinets. The RV does not feel like a long hallway with cabinets on both sides. It has the standard rows of cabinets above the couch and dinette and over the cab area.
It is the sandstorm that shape the stone statues of the Desert. It is the struggles of Life that form a person's character ~ Native American Proverb