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8/18/13 4:55 A
Have you thought of getting a thermos and an insulated lunch bag? Then you could take left overs.
8/18/13 3:46 A
right before work... i eat a lot of salads, and don't want them to get soggy by prepping earlier
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8 8/18/13 12:56 A
I make sure that I have what I need for lunches on Sunday and I prepare what I can in advance. Then the night before I assemble what I can. I have found that having a plan is best, if I didn't pre plan then I end up eating out which gets expensive and is not healthy! I do the same for breakfast, I make muffins or a breakfast casserole on Sunday, divide it out, then a all I have to do is heat.
If I'm taking something that might become soggy, I pack it as ingredients and assemble it at work because I don't have time (or interest) in making lunch at 5:00am, so have to do it the night before. It was worth getting an assortment of containers (including little ones for condiments) so I could have a 'crisp' lunch with minimum hassle.
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8/17/13 11:08 A
I usually try to pack my lunch in the morning because I hate soggy sandwiches or what I think I want in the evening is not what I think I will eat when I'm getting ready. I don't have easy access to a microwave-too far away and the line is too long. A work friend has eaten the same salad every day for years but I just couldn't face that. And I really can't do much sodium because of my BP. This is the first time I haven't had basically my own microwave and fridge at work and I'm really struggling to find a healthy solution to lunch. Sue
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