I like sandwiches. My favorite "bread" is Thomas' Bagel THINS (they have the consistency of a bagel, but without the calories/fat). Then I add an extra-lean meat (Ham, Chicken, etc.)- just 2-3 oz. I add mustard and lettuce to the sandwich and call it good - actually VERY GOOD. I add either some carrots, celery or green pepper slices and some fruit (1 cup of grapes or a small apple). A bottle of water completes the meal for me. It's inexpensive, yummy, and portable. Hope this helps.
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How about a thermos of soup, some chunks of low-fat cheese and a crunchy apple?
Or some reduced-fat peanut butter and sliced banans on whole wheat bread and some carrot and celery sticks?
You could even take a bowl of salad greens, a small container of low-fat or fat-free dressing, and some leftover grilled meat or fish. With the weather being cooler, that should stay fresh for an hour or two while you're getting your exercise.
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With the weather getting cooler, I'd like to spend some time at the parks. Free excercise! Can't beat that :) I'd like to pack a little picnic lunch to enjoy, but I can't come up with anything. I've searched online, but all I've found are things that are overly complicated and expensive. Any ideas for things that can be kept in the car, and eaten later?
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