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    Food Ideas Lunch -

    As rule never eat lunch (I take a lunch but just got into habbit of not eating mainly as lazy can can't be bothered to do sandwiches etc).

    However from a metabolism point of view and healthy eating and weight loss that is not a good idea. So need ideas of something healthy but means still eating was thinking of the meal shakes you can get. Has anyone used them

    Ideas

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    graze - nature delivered - get the fruit and nibbles box delivered, its healthy, balanced and can help weight loss, plus its delivered without having to do any making of sandwitches!

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    Quote Originally Posted by russdev View Post
    can't be bothered to do sandwiches etc
    Bento-box style lunches instead? Just cook a wodge of rice up once or twice a week, stick it in a tpperware container along with some vegetables and maybe a can of fish or similar?

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    I do this sometimes it makes for nice food, then I just take some tuna, sardines or mackerel to mix in with either pasta or rice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by danrhodes View Post
    graze - nature delivered - get the fruit and nibbles box delivered, its healthy, balanced and can help weight loss, plus its delivered without having to do any making of sandwitches!

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    That looks SO nice - shame I can't really afford it more than about once a week..

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    I'm a lazy luncher as well. I tend to buy whatever is on offer at Tescos, this week it was buy one get one free cucumber so I've been eating mostly ryvita with cucumber. It takes 5mins to make, if that, chop cucumber, butter ryvita, mash two together. Yesterday I was extremely lazy and couldn't be arsed to even chop the cucumber so I spread some marmalade on the ryvita instead, lol.

    Other cheap & quick lunches include, those swedish biscuits + tuna/chicken/fish paste, couscous, cup of soup, toast.

    Quote Originally Posted by witch View Post
    That looks SO nice - shame I can't really afford it more than about once a week..
    Same here.
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    I stick to a cup a soup, currntly enjoying the Ainsley Harriet range... mmm Cajun Gumbo!

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    Trying graze as can use code 1LM2C8KL for a free box

    Thanks for the ideas

    Russ

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    I'm trying to cut Carbs out my diet at the moment, so it's difficult as hell. Bit of salad for lunch for me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by russdev View Post
    Trying graze as can use code 1LM2C8KL for a free box

    Thanks for the ideas

    Russ
    You could have used my code :-( good luck with the graze boxes though they are a winner I get them twice a week as a treat!
    Last edited by danrhodes; 8th June 2010 at 01:52 PM.

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    Mugshots cuppa soups are great and free on my diet plan..

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    Quote Originally Posted by sippo View Post
    I'm trying to cut Carbs out my diet at the moment, so it's difficult as hell. Bit of salad for lunch for me...
    I do 5days off carbs, weekend free, 5 days on carbs (but still healthly eating), weekend free, 5 days off carbs... rinse and repeat, it hard sometimes but the weight falls off

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    pasta salad with tuna, pesto, peppers and spring onion or something similar is one of my staples, also couscous with lots of roasted veg and cumin/chilli/coriander. Both of those you can make one night and have 3 or 4 days worth of lunch (if you dont get bored)
    Failing that just a salad with some chicken or something. I'm trying to think of a good way to bring noodles in (proper ones, not supernoodles)

    Plenty of carbs in all that but healthy too, ive got no problem with carbs as long as they're in moderation. I get too hungry otherwise!

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    Quote Originally Posted by russdev View Post
    the meal shakes you can get. Has anyone used them
    Pleh!! They are as horrid as they sound. One of the boarding house kitchens makes soup and sandwiches available in the staff room. Different flavour every day. Now where is the [smug] emoticon?

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    @Dan I suspect your code is half price one not many working free box codes around

    Russ

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