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4/26/11 1:22 A

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i also love einsteen and the way he got his ideas I love to travel on the spur of the moment and i love portland oregon, hawaii. I enjoy all forms of art and the galleries

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4/25/11 12:23 A

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Hi Miranda, I hope that you will get some great idea's from this group. I am into quick and cold lunches. If you have the chance to make something warm that is great.

I only get a 1/2 hour for lunch so by the time I have clocked out and there is quite a walk to the lunch room, I am already munching on my way down the halls!!! LOL

Watching salt intake also trying not to buy foods that have high fructose corn syrup, sugar, rice syrup, corn syrup, fructose, sucrose etc. in the first three ingredients.

No foods that have more than 3 ingredients that I can not pronounce.

If an item has more than 10 ingredients I put it on the Do Not Buy List as it is too processed.

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4/23/11 5:02 A

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Hey everybody, I'm Miranda. I'm really loving the fact that there is a team for this. I'm looking forward to reading all the blogs/posts/discussions on here.

Lunches are one of my new items of concern/focus in my life. With the busy season at work finally past me, I've realized that my lunches leave a LOT to be desired. I've been eating out a lot recently, which starts to add up both in costs and calories, or I take something quick, like those frozen dinners. I've tried to stay towards healthy ones like lean cuisine or healthy choice, and such like that but....well...they're frozen meals. For me personally, they're just not the same as a self made meal.

So, here's the tricks I need to work on. I'm not big into actually cooking. Not that I can't, I just rarely seem to have time to. So, I need to work on learning to make lunches that don't take a lot of prep/work. I have a microwave to work with at work if it requires making it the night before and reheating it, but, being newly moved out on my own, kitchen supplies are limited to pretty much one skillet, a pot, and a cookie sheet.

I'm hoping that I can pick up a few good tidbits of info on this team. Thank you and good luck to all!

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