I've typically gotten the packaged deli meats that come with nutrition information and a serving size (and a scannable bar code).
Now my dad decided to pick up some from a local butcher, which is great (because I didn't need to go shopping myself), but I have no clue what to do with it. I don't know any nutrition information, there's no website it's just a local physical store.
I have 0.49lbs to make sandwiches with for the week, and my dad says to just "decide how many sandwiches you want" but in no situation do I know what I'm eating if I just randomly decide on a number of sandwiches. I don't want to waste it and it seems silly to everyone else but I have no clue what to do here or how to figure this out.
I usually put 4 slices of PC free from turkey or ham and the package will tell me how many grams of protein that is, and then I add the protein from the bread to know if it's enough that it will help me avoid headaches. (I get frequent headaches and I've realized since using MFP and also a leaflet from my dr that getting enough protein helps avoid it. the leaflet says to aim for 15g/meal but I've found it better when it's closer to 20g).