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  • Hi all, from a cloudy, rocky, windy, Irish coast.

    Hi people
    I,ve been on Primal for a couple of months know with great results and lots of helpful ideas from this forum.I was wondering if anyone had any good suggestions on food for work as i work graveyard shifts 9pm to 9am and since i drive for my job i cant cook anything on the move.Getting fed up with cold chicken and homemade veg soups.Thanks.

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    Welcome Billy!

    Hard boiled eggs?
    Lots of meats are good cold. But I suspect you want something hot that will keep.
    Other soups?
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    • #3
      try searching lunch options on the forums - this topic seems to come up frequently and there are lots of great ideas out there that you don't want to miss.

      Also, check out Primal Kitchen - great postings on packed lunch ideas.
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      • #4
        Hi Billy, welcome from North Cork!

        I have been making omlettes with a little cheese and a couple of crispy rashers - surprisingly good cold. Also a big bag of salad works for me.

        Chicken - I know you are eating it already, but I cut it into strips dip it in egg and sesame seeds and fry it - like chicken gougons - it is great cold - and handy to eat.

        I am also going to experiment with fritatta, like a quiche but without the crust. I will let you know how this goes if you are interested.

        Regards
        Animord

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        • #5
          I roast a turkey breast once a week, slice it up and keep it in the fridge for all those times I need protein quickly and on the go. I have it with a tomato, half an avocado, a drizzle of flaxoil and sometimes an egg and some macadamias. And it makes for easy quick salads too (if you add a bit of whole-egg mayo you get a pretty filling meal).

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          • #6
            Hi Animord

            Funny hearing the word rashers on the site, i tried your chicken idea absolutely great thanks for the help.

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            • #7
              Thanks Glamorama that will be great in a tupperware box, i,ll try it tonight.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Billy View Post
                Hi Animord

                Funny hearing the word rashers on the site, i tried your chicken idea absolutely great thanks for the help.
                lol! Rashers are the business!

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                • #9
                  Just for the record I'm based in Limerick. Would love to meet up with other Primals.

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