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DECIWOMAN's Photo DECIWOMAN Posts: 263
7/26/10 3:04 P

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Thanks for all the tips! Worked fantastically with the frozen bags!

Marina

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SHERRY822's Photo SHERRY822 Posts: 3,737
7/26/10 12:25 A

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I also agree with the insulated bag and baggies filled with ice. Add salt to the water in the zip-loc bags. Once frozen, it will keep the ice from melting as fast.

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7/20/10 2:27 P

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I agree with the insulated lunch bag and some zip lock bags with ice. Then you can take just about anything you want.

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7/20/10 12:17 P

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breakfast - protein drink with oatmeal in it - I grind my oatmeal before I put it in the blender, also make the drink with water so it won't spoil.
snack - apple
lunch - turkey roll ups with spinach and asparagus with brown rice
snack - 10 almonds or 5 chocolate covered
banana or blueberries

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7/20/10 10:17 A

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I use the old standby peanut butter sandwiches and those individual fruit cups..would definitely take lots of water though in a small bag or lunch box of some kind..you can freeze the bottles of water to keep things cold and as they thaw you will still have cold water to drink.

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7/20/10 9:22 A

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I would take food in a big insulated lunch bag. The day before, fill a couple ZipLock bags with water. Frozen blocks of ice last a very long time.

DECIWOMAN's Photo DECIWOMAN Posts: 263
7/20/10 8:38 A

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Hi all,

here comes the problem:
On saturday I have a block seminar starting this saturday and the prof announced that all cafe's will be closed and no chance to park anywhere near due to a bicycle race. The seminar starts at 10am and runs until 6pm. Now he advised us to bring enough food and drink to last us through the whole seminar. The university is situated on a hill so no chance to just go somewhere for a quick lunch.

In addition to that I don't know how warm it will be.

Any ideas for a healthy breakfast and lunch that I could take that won't spoil immediately and won't be too much of a hassle to take with me?

Thanks in advance
Marina

Marina

Team Leader of Romance Readers Book Club
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Proud member of Slytherin House in the Challenge of Harry Potter!

~ 240lbs (109kg) ~ Romantic dinner with Dirk
~ 218lbs (99kg) ~ A book and a three investigators CD
~ 190lbs (86kg) ~ TTC
~ 154lbs (70kg) ~ A tattoo


 current weight: 254.0 
 
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