Check out the Vegetarians/Vegans team; there's a thread on there with lots of suggestions for foods with good amounts of protein.
Nuts are good, but high in fat. Beans are also good, but you have the same refrigeration problem. You can add in roasted chickpeas (there are some good recipes on spark), and those don't need to be refrigerated.
But, yeah, an insulated bag may help.
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Can you get an insulated lunch bag and ice pack? Tuna and salmon no drain pouches Nut and nutbutters Cottage cheese,yogurt,string cheese,hard boiled eggs
I have always struggled with getting enough protein, especially when I am taking my lunches to work and don't always have access to a microwave or refrigerator. Taking leftovers with meat and cheese in them is sometimes hard. Any suggestions??
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