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What do you have for lunch?

Simplensweet34Simplensweet34 Posts: 1Member Member Posts: 1Member Member
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I usually have some kind of protein packed lunch pack. I buy mine at Walmart in the produce section. They include cheese, fruit, nuts, etc. then some times I make my own and add boiled eggs


  • puffbratpuffbrat Posts: 2,793Member Member Posts: 2,793Member Member
    At work I usually have deli meat, cheese, and some sort of bread or crackers. I save my fruit and veggies for snacks.
  • sammidelvecchiosammidelvecchio Posts: 790Member Member Posts: 790Member Member
    This week I am having PB&J
  • cwolfman13cwolfman13 Posts: 37,848Member Member Posts: 37,848Member Member
    Usually leftovers this time of year as we are always making soups and stews.
  • stephaniek511stephaniek511 Posts: 63Member Member Posts: 63Member Member
    Today it was leftovers - usually it's some sort of bowl consisting of quinoa, protein (chicken or salmon), and bunches of veggies. I like to throw in something pickled for a bit of tang. Convenient because I can eat it hot or cold depending on my work schedule.
  • BuffaloChixSaladBuffaloChixSalad Posts: 97Member Member Posts: 97Member Member
    Going to make up some fresh green beans oven baked with sweet potatoes and oven roasted tomatoes. Bomb
  • bighoopattitudebighoopattitude Posts: 26Member Member Posts: 26Member Member
    When I’m working, soup! Always soup. We make homemade soups and they’re delicious. High in salt, though.

    When I’m home my go to is bagged salads, toast, baked vegetables.
  • windra06windra06 Posts: 50Member Member Posts: 50Member Member
    Mostly leftovers yesterday I had roasted chickpea salad, today I had Sri lankan curry with tofu and tomorrow will be veggie dal
  • nighthawk584nighthawk584 Posts: 1,775Member Member Posts: 1,775Member Member
    Lunch: Salad, leftover turkey chili.....snacks this afternoon: Apple, Beef jerky, Popcorn
    edited January 7
  • Luv2eatSweetsLuv2eatSweets Posts: 198Member Member Posts: 198Member Member
    I had one large spiralized zucchini with a tablespoon of kona pineapple teriyaki marinade. Steamed broccoli, cauliflower and carrot medley.
  • laurenebargarlaurenebargar Posts: 1,313Member Member Posts: 1,313Member Member
    Kale salad with farro pineapple cranberries feta cheese and some other veggies, so good!
  • Troutrouter1968Troutrouter1968 Posts: 120Member Member Posts: 120Member Member
    Usually grilled chicken breast and some sort of veggie.
  • bluediamond5bluediamond5 Posts: 9Member, Premium Member Posts: 9Member, Premium Member
    Make big pots soup and 1 pot meals - with lots of veg and broth - great for lunch
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 8,515Member Member Posts: 8,515Member Member
    small tub of mixed salad greens with tomato, avocado and cucumber diced into it, topped with roasted turkey breast. This was my lunch every day this week.... this is what I eat when I know there are no leftovers, or when the leftovers from dinner will be breakfast the next day.
  • weatherking2019weatherking2019 Posts: 557Member Member Posts: 557Member Member
    My lunch is similar to just_Tomek.
    Mixed greens, tomatoes, cucumber, steamed or baked chicken breast and top off with hemp seeds or pumpkin seeds. I also bring Soup during winter if I make a big batch for the week.
  • UpEarlyUpEarly Posts: 2,566Member Member Posts: 2,566Member Member
    Homemade cheesy ham & potato chowder, a banana, and red/yellow bell pepper strips with some ranch dip.
  • stephaniek511stephaniek511 Posts: 63Member Member Posts: 63Member Member
    Leftover potatoes, sauerkraut, and smoked sausage
  • nighthawk584nighthawk584 Posts: 1,775Member Member Posts: 1,775Member Member
    today I had a large albacore tuna salad sriracha wrap with hard boiled eggs, light mayo, mustard, dill relish and lettuce mixed in....cottage cheese, and a large salad with carrots, cherry tomatoes and strawberry balsamic vinaigrette.
    total calories = 573
    protein = 64
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