[QUOTE=JoanieL;1091104]OP, I'd go with the fish also. Bars of any kind are too like cookies in taste. IOW, if your body is asking for a yummy sugary rush mid-morning rather than really being hungry, you'll know if you feed it fish.
The nuts are a little reminiscent of snack food also, but they're not processed. Try not to leave a can at your desk and measure out portions at home ahead of time.
itchy166, that sounds awesome. I took a can of sardines in oil and lemon, put it on top of a little white rice, topped the whole thing with some jalapenos and a tablespoon of parmesan, and it was one of the best "lazy" dinners ever. :)[/QUOTE]
Fish is great for a quick snack at home, but not so great for at my desk ;), thanks for the tips!
If you are worried about carbs, how about Biltong then? The Unearthed version of Beef Biltong is great, not cheap, but this is a good protein snack
Jerky, mac nuts, almonds, seeds. Do you eat fruit? It's portable and fast weather it's dried or fresh.
[QUOTE=kml;1091158]If you are worried about carbs, how about Biltong then? The Unearthed version of Beef Biltong is great, not cheap, but this is a good protein snack[/QUOTE]
What's Biltong? I've never heard of it, is that like jerky?