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    Good / easy meals to bring to work?

    I will be working a 9-5 and I need a few good easy meals to bring into work.

    I was thinking one meal could be chicken breast + rice, another meal a turkey or ham sandwich.

    Any other suggestions for meals which wont really require a lot of preparation and would be easy to eat at work?
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    Originally Posted by K1d22 View Post
    I will be working a 9-5 and I need a few good easy meals to bring into work.

    I was thinking one meal could be chicken breast + rice, another meal a turkey or ham sandwich.

    Any other suggestions for meals which wont really require a lot of preparation and would be easy to eat at work?
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    I always bring hardboiled eggs, nuts, crackers, maybe a sandwich, carrots, cheese sticks, waterbottle, sweet potato "chips" to school, plus they sell milk in the vending machines.

    Do you have access to a microwave? A refrigerator? Those would open up even more possibilities.
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    Originally Posted by K1d22 View Post
    I will be working a 9-5 and I need a few good easy meals to bring into work.

    I was thinking one meal could be chicken breast + rice, another meal a turkey or ham sandwich.

    Any other suggestions for meals which wont really require a lot of preparation and would be easy to eat at work?
    I like to make a bunch of chicken and rice and lentils and split it into 3 meals. Its good money if you can stand lack of variety
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    Originally Posted by angryguywalking View Post
    I always bring hardboiled eggs, nuts, crackers, maybe a sandwich, carrots, cheese sticks, waterbottle, sweet potato "chips" to school, plus they sell milk in the vending machines.

    Do you have access to a microwave? A refrigerator? Those would open up even more possibilities.
    Im not sure yet, its an extension of a hospital. Its a medical type building so im guessing there will be a microwave + fridge but im not 100% sure yet.

    Im not even sure if we have a lunch break or just go eat when we are hungry. Just got the job recently and havent started yet.

    Originally Posted by SageMode View Post
    I like to make a bunch of chicken and rice and lentils and split it into 3 meals. Its good money if you can stand lack of variety
    Yup I know chicken + rice will have to be a part of my diet, but looking to possibly have a variety of foods. Not many but maybe 2-3 different kinds.
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    PB&B sandwich, any sort of lunch meat and cheese sandwich, bag of almonds, cup of tuna, yogurt, leftovers from the previous night, etc.
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