This is one of the readily available meals that I like to eat when on a tight budget or during typhoon season when the wet market is closed. Most sari-sari stores even in the deepest barangays usually have these ingredients for sale. Basically, the meal consists of an egg, a tomato, cabbage, and rice. Very cheap, filling, and quite healthy. And instead of the cabbage, you could even substitute kangkong or talbos ng kamote that you can just pick from the wayside. But if I can afford it, I usually go with the cabbage, because you can eat it raw and it serves as a prebiotic for healthy lactic acid bacteria as well as a good source of vitamin C, vitamin K, glutamine, and sulfur.