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  • #16
    Meat cups - ground meat, spices, basic primal meatloaf baked in muffin cups. You can put these in the freezer and take them out as you need them.

    Sardines. Kippers. Tuna.

    Leftover dinner.

    Avocados. Once you're used to doing it, making guac is simple. You can even do it at work. Have some avocados around, and when they're ready throw 'em in your lunch bag with some scallions. You have hot sauce in your desk at work, right?

    Berries.

    Chicken drumsticks. Good hot or cold.
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    • #17
      Originally posted by Maradevale View Post
      salads

      Pack croutons and dressings separately. This will keep croutons from getting soggy and dressing from turning your greens into an unappetizing mess.

      sandwiches

      To keep sandwich bread dry, line with lettuce leaves. Tomato slices or pickles should be between leaves or packed separately.

      microwaves

      Food headed for the microwave should be in appropriate containers. And do your co-workers a favor and cover food with a paper towel so it doesn't splatter in the appliance.

      drinks

      Remember to bring something to drink. No, not a beer. A flavored water, juice or a soda.
      Croutons? Sandwich bread? Soda? Juice?

      Wrong forum, methinks.
      My Primal Journal: http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread53052.html

      "Freedom from fear" could be said to sum up the whole philosophy of human rights. - Dag Hammarskjold

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