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Hmm, I can not keep fresh food in my desk for long. I could try some raisins.
Ramen soup is cheap, but does not seem that healthy, but I suppose I could buy a can of veggies to add to it. Maybe a can of mixed vegetables.
I could buy a can of spaghetti or something and add extra veggies to that.
Maybe I could even buy a small can of flaked ham to add to something. It's not cheap, but a lot cheaper than going to Subway's for a sandwich, and more convenient too.
Although I'm not a big fan of canned soups, I do sometimes buy them for work, especially for the days that I forget my lunch! I usually buy the cans because I have a plastic container at work that I can pour the food into. For a bit more you can buy soup in a microwaveable container. So which to buy depends on what other kitchen resources you have.
I might buy a can of corn, peas, or mushrooms to add to it instead of having crackers with it, because crackers do go stale, or get eaten! I sometimes buy crackers for work, but I will confess, I tend to eat too many of them when I do.
I keep cans of tuna at work, but I also have mayo in the fridge...
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student mix always goes well especially if you make it yourself.musili or oats by itself keeps well and you could aways keep some low fat long life milk in stock.not that i go for pacets stuff as i make everything from scratch you could always keep some cup a soup,pot nudles or rice etc for emergencies.energy bars but the beat to me is fresh or dried fruit.hope this helps.
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I am thinking I should put some food in my desk for the days when I forget my lunch so I don't have to go out and buy something.
Any good ideas?
Things that don't go stale. That don't need a fridge.
I do have access to a microwave, but not much else.
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