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NIRERIN Posts: 12,032
10/8/13 7:32 A

laptoplunches.com has the most comprehensive list and menus i have seen. you do not have to buy their system, but they do have a monthly newsletter with more new ideas.

CMCOLE Posts: 2,667
10/8/13 7:07 A

you've left that wide open!

no indication when/where you eat, or what facilities you have at your disposal
no indication on food/menu preferences

At least SlimmerKiwi (as usual, in her highly intelligent way) has given you a good head start

SLIMMERKIWI SparkPoints: (138,100)
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10/8/13 2:55 A

Do you eat at home, at work, or at school?

If you eat away from home, then things like:
Hard Boiled Egg

Nuts and dried fruits (not a lot re high calories)

Little can of Salmon *with bones) Tuna

An Undressed salad - put a little dressing in a tiny snap-lock bag so the salad doesn't wilt

Sandwiches - peanut butter and banana; meat; Ham/Salad; Cottage Cheese or Hummus/Salad

Left-overs from the night before (you can make extra to take - saves money and time)
Fruit

Low Fat yoghurt pot

If you have access to a microwave, then soups, one-pot casserole

I hope that THAT is food for thought! (Pun intended :-)

Kris


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10/7/13 8:25 P

Help! I need so new ideas for lunch!

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