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    Default Lunch time

    What do you eat at lunch in work/school?

    Any tasty ideas? Recipes?
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    I work at a place that sells food so I end up giving way too much of my paycheck back to them. it's still expensive even with my discount

    my go-tos are spicy tuna rice bowl, burrito bowl, the hot bar/salad bar or sandwiches.

    I should really start packing lunch but I'm too lazy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chickpea View Post
    I work at a place that sells food so I end up giving way too much of my paycheck back to them. it's still expensive even with my discount

    my go-tos are spicy tuna rice bowl, burrito bowl, the hot bar/salad bar or sandwiches.

    I should really start packing lunch but I'm too lazy.
    In that spirit I usually end up making something 5 minutes before I need to leave house, because I remind myself I have nothing to eat.
    Most often it's just salad, tomatoes, feta, olives or sometimes corn
    Or cottage cheese with nuts, muesli and fruits.

    I'm looking for new ideas, I'm willing to sacrifice more time.
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    Pinterest has so many ideas for any lunch or any person.

    https://www.pinterest.com/recipedotc...y-lunch-ideas/

    Bento lunches. This is my personal favorite. I love the traditional Japanese fillings but anything can go in there and they have built in portion control. This is my all time favorite from the Just Bento site.



    Bento no. 53: Sesame beef and vegetable bento | Just Bento

    I work from home but I make a lunch ahead most days. A lot of days I have a salad with meat or a selection of 3 or 4 small plates or tapas style foods and I can graze if I'm busy with work. Today I had a salad with leftover grilled steak.
    I like to rock n' roll all night and *part* of every day. I usually have errands... I can only rock from like 1-3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ceecee View Post
    Pinterest has so many ideas for any lunch or any person.

    https://www.pinterest.com/recipedotc...y-lunch-ideas/

    Bento lunches. This is my personal favorite. I love the traditional Japanese fillings but anything can go in there and they have built in portion control. This is my all time favorite from the Just Bento site.



    Bento no. 53: Sesame beef and vegetable bento | Just Bento

    I work from home but I make a lunch ahead most days. A lot of days I have a salad with meat or a selection of 3 or 4 small plates or tapas style foods and I can graze if I'm busy with work. Today I had a salad with leftover grilled steak.
    Thank you
    I haven't thought of using pinterest.
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    I usually eat breakfast and dinner and skip lunch.
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    too lofty for me to attain.

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    I had some leftovers today - it was a stew made with carrots, baby corn, chopped celery, bean sprouts, and chicken.
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