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Vegetarian, no Fridge, little Money, what can I eat in Paris?

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I am an American student living in Paris for 4 and a half months and am trying to figure out what to eat on a daily basis. At home, peanut butter was the easiest way to get a filling meal with protein but it is very hard to find/expensive here. I am living in a foyer with no refrigerator and I am not allowed to cook in my room.

Does anyone have any ideas about foods that will keep if left out in my room?

How about some places to eat? (I live in the 11th arrondissement)

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