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  • #16
    That salad in a jar idea looks great! I take it the meat counts as a 'hearty bit'?

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    • #17
      I like to make a variety of sauces to keep in the fridge. Paleo BBQ sauce, Italian dressing (homemade mayo+Italian seasoning+ vinegar), sunbutter sauce, etc. I also chop and prep a bunch of veggies and keep a dozen or so eggs boiled as well as cook extra meat throughout the week. Easy to throw together a salad in a jar or pack a bunch of random stuff. It is summer so the kids and I are out hiking and spending the day at the lake quite a bit. I take eggs, lots of veggies, guacamole, a dip for meat, leftover meat, veggies, some fruit, and some nuts. String cheese for the kids. Tuna or chicken salad with apple and cucumber slices to scoop is yummy also.

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      • #18
        I do bigg ass salads. I always make extra protein just for the purpose.

        Also because I hate both wilty lettuce and cleaning those little plastic ware cups, I keep good olive oil and several types of vinegar in the drawer of my desk.

        Mmmmmmmm it's what's for lunch
        Julia
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        Started Primal Mid January 2011
        Current Weight 183
        Goal 160



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        • #19
          Originally posted by Sandra in BC View Post
          That's all ONE day right??? Cuz half a pork chop? That sounds like you're on a diet.
          No, that's the whole week . . . all sounds pretty filling to me actually. I don't usually eat a very big lunch, I eat a small-moderate sized lunch and have a mid-morning and a mid-afternoon small snack. So these lunches don't include my snacks - which will probably be some nuts, baby carrots or a smoothie.

          Dinner is my big meal most days.

          Even then, I am trying to keep my calories in the 1300-1500 range most days (if I go over to splurge on some extra protein or fat one day, no biggie - but I find that without empty carbs from refined grains and such I feel plenty satisfied on most days with 1300ish calories if I get enough protein). I am trying to lose weight here as well, and I am a short girl - so that is all the calories I should need. I'm not an athlete or anything. If become one, then I'll obviously change my diet to compensate for more activity.
          Healthy Bucket List:
          • Summit all of Colorado's 14-ers
          • Hike the Appalachian Trail
          • Do a real pull-up
          • Run a 5k
          • Be "Hot For Training Camp"



          Check out my journey at Outdoor Amy's Blog.

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          • #20
            Mix up the salads or it can get boring- I always cook extra protein (tri tip or whole chickens are a sunday meal) which i then use throughout the week (or at least the 1st half) and one of my favorite lunches is a taco salad made from lettuce, tomatos, onions, pepers, cilantro and a bit of cheese and lots of the leftover protein from sunday- for dressing I use fresh tomatillo salsa I make myself.
            Male 40 Years Old
            210 LBs - 5/14/12 - SW
            ??? LBs- GW
            36"- Starting pant size
            32" - Current Pant size

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            • #21
              I make a primal big ass salad everymorning and pack it in a small soft cooler.

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              • #22
                What if you make a salad out of the above ingredients w a few added veggies/dressing? otherwise you could just bring whatever leftovers you have from dinner - that's what I usually do.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Cumin View Post
                  Some of the salad in a jar recipes look good.
                  What are you talking about here and can you provide a link?

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Cumin View Post
                    Some of the salad in a jar recipes look good.
                    Talk about thinking outside the box.

                    I'm really into this idea simply because I would rather carry my daily salads to work in a glass as opposed to a plastic container. I imagine that there would be less or no chemicals associated with plastic containers, would also be more robust too with less chance of leakages.
                    Meat is Prized, Wheat is Despised.

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                    • #25
                      I'm fortunate in that I can eat the same food at the same time of day for some time. Last week lunch was a roast chicken thigh and a hard boiled egg when I was up on a hill in the rain waiting for teams to reach my checkpoint. That did me four days.
                      Why use a sledge hammer to crack a nut when a steam roller is even more effective, and, is fun to drive.

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