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Old 08-27-2007, 06:40 AM
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I've been wondering what everyone does for meals during work. Can't exactly hook up your foreman grill in the office breakroom. I find myself eating some crackers or lean pockets during work as small meals. Any suggestions on improving this??? Taking my situation I eat breakfast around 6 and down my PWO meal soon as i get home around 4. Just curious as to whats appropiate inbetween that time.
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Old 08-27-2007, 08:03 AM
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Right now I'm lucky because I have a bbq at work, so I cook up everything there. As for snacks if I do crave I might have some peanuts or sunflower seeds. But I try to stay away from all that.

When I didn't have anyting to cook with I would always cook ALL my meals at home a few days in advance, put them in zip lock bags or containers. That way I never had to worry about anything
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Right now I'm lucky because I have a bbq at work, so I cook up everything there. As for snacks if I do crave I might have some peanuts or sunflower seeds. But I try to stay away from all that.

When I didn't have anyting to cook with I would always cook ALL my meals at home a few days in advance, put them in zip lock bags or containers. That way I never had to worry about anything
Hmm good suggestion about cooking meals in advance. I guess being prepared goes a long way. Only reason im concerned is everything around here is carb loaded and I don't really need that except for breakfast and before and after my workout
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Old 08-27-2007, 11:27 AM
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i live pretty close to work...so i get to go home for lunch...and eat leftovers...

in between breakfast and lunch i have a ham and cheese sandwich...and peanuts...and milk...

easy to make it the night before...or in the morning...and wrap it up and go.
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Old 08-27-2007, 12:04 PM
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I always cook a few chicken breasts sunday night, and put it in tupperware. Also I'll buy a shitload of lunch meat and put it on whole wheat bread for a snack.
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