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Posts: 815 12/28/13 11:09 A
How about salad and a rotissere chicken for dinner (you should have a small fridge in the hotel room - if not, you can request to have one added to your room for a small price. You could buy frozen brown rice and thaw it in the fridge to eat for dinner the next day. Just some ideas.
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Posts: 815 12/28/13 11:07 A
I always have my oatmeal for breakfast when I am in a hotel. I use the coffee maker to get the hot water. You can use whole oats too - just place the oats in a travel coffee mug, pour the oats and hot water in and let it sit for 10-15 minutes. The oats will absorb the water.
Pounds lost: 0.7
Fitness Minutes: (69,278) Posts: 476 12/27/13 11:18 P
i'm no great cook (understatement), but i use the microwave for sooo much. two ideas 1) eggs (i cook eggs whites in the microwave all the time; either with or without protein and/or veggies); 2) veggie soups (i may cook the veggies in separate batches, depending how much time each needs; then mix together and heat, and enjoy!). good luck on your new adventure.
Fitness Minutes: (5,870) Posts: 282 12/27/13 4:22 P
I will be living out of a hotel room for 7 weeks starting next month. I want to still eat clean while I'm gone but I need ideas as far as meals. I do plan to take a blender for my smoothies/protein shakes, and can have some fruits/veggies as snacks but I need ideas of things to buy make that don't require a stove or oven as I will probably only have a microwave and a toaster. Any and all ideas are greatly appreciated!
current weight: 165.0
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