No, not going to talk about them. I do want to talk about how to make food, fast. Keep it simple. The more complex the recipe the longer it takes to prep and cook.
Jeff Novick has his DVD series on Fast Food, check out the Shop for his videos, where you can have dinner on the table in 15 minutes with five ingredients. Cook a starch, add some veggies and a binder item and voila...dinner is served.
Living at sea, or in a hotel, or in a truck has unique challenges for each situation, but food can still be made fast. Do you have a coffee maker that can boil water? You then also have a soup pot that can boil rice noodles...throw in some veggies to that hot water and you've got a meal in a hurry.
Really in a hurry and no access to a kettle to boil water? Open a can of no salt added beans and eat. More costly, but healthy are those new toddler squeezable fruit and veggie meals. Don't think of them as baby food. The organic ones are pure fruit and veggies pureed, so think of them as a fresh smoothie to go and easily packable with no refrigeration needed.
Here's one of my recent fast food meals: Brown rice (Uncle Ben's Brown Rice boil in a bag variety) with white beans, raisins, apple cider vinegar and black pepper. Weird combo, but easy and tasty!