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9/26/10 9:37 P

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Do you have a microwave at school? Lot's of schools have microwaves in the cafeteria. If so, you can have a good meal at noon, and bring leftovers to school and heat them up in the microwave. Since you say you are taking evening classes, I figure you will want to eat soon after arriving at school, so refrigeration should not be a problem.

You might like to bring some fruit for a snack, too.

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9/25/10 8:24 P

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The only thing I can suggest is a thermos with soup, or a cooler with fruits and veggies, I also love the Starkist Tuna meal to go. It has everything you need which is the Tuna, crackers, light mayo, relish, mint, spoon and napkin. The container it comes in is meant to be a container to mix it all up. I like to mix it ahead of time and add things like eggs, carrots matchstix, egg, etc. whatever you like. Just mix it ahead of time, or not, bring some bread, tortilla, or crackers, and a yummy meal you have. Might I also suggest low sugar fruit, canned, that you can store in your vehicle. When time is short or tuff, you'll have it on hand. Good luck, and good for you!!

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9/25/10 2:08 P

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their are a lot of crock pot ideas here @ sparkpeople. You can bring a thermos along or my friend used use a lot of foil

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9/25/10 1:34 P

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I myself am sold on smoothies. Just toss bananas, strawberries, pineapple, raspberries, whatever u like in a blender with your milk, and drink on the way. great way to get u'r fruits, calcium, and will make you fill full during class. Just try and have u'r regular meals during day as usual and then munch on whats left on your plan. Cold sandwiches are also good to pack.

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I am starting grad school. Unfortunately, the classes are at night so I need some healthy meals, dinner items, I can bring with me for school. I will be busy and on the go. My drive will be an hour both ways plus 5 1/2 hours of class (yes the time invested will be like a full time job plus homework)any suggestions?

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