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    Bread have some properties that i would like to find a replacement for

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    I'm new to this but i need a good bread replacement. I know it is asked many times before, but i do not have a problem not eating bread on vacation.

    Lots of time to create everything. An average workday is a different story. I do not have time to create a decent lunch. Breakfast is not a problem (so i at least removed 4 slices of bread in the morning from my "diet".) I would like to prepare it forehand and take it with.

    Bread have some properties that i would like to find a replacement for:

    1. It is easy and quick to prepare.
    2. Highly portable, just throw it in a food-bag
    3. Not a big deal when it is squished between your laptop and other stuff.
    4. Do not need a fork/spoon/knife to eat it.

    There are some other smaller conveniences that i did not mentioned. I know that there some of you that probably would suggest another job but it pays well and it is stress-less for me, so i like it

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    Cooked chicken breast just use your fingers to eat it plus a bag of raw veg for finger food.
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    I could of course try it, any tips that do not leave me with grease on my fingers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by g_ij_s View Post
    I could of course try it, any tips that do not leave me with grease on my fingers?
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    I think a big part of Primal lifestyle is changing your paradigm.

    Trust me, I understand being in a time crunch- gym, work, school. Portability is super important too. There are tons of options that aren't bread. It just means thinking outside the box.

    One thing you can do is to whisk and egg and fry it in a large pan, so it makes sort of a tortilla or crepe sort of shape. You can make several. Press them between paper towels to dry them out some. You can wrap stuff up in this, and it's fairly durable if you don't over-fry it.

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    Finger licking good? One of those wet-naps or baby-wipes.
    Or pop whatever you want in a plastic container and get yourself a spork to eat it all with.
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    you could use large lettuce leaves as a wrapper
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    Rice crackers or cakes?
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    Learn to eat with chopsticks. They pack into tight places better, are inexpensive, and versatile. Then pack veggies, meat etc for lunch. Easy.
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    Make some jerky. Jerky is primal, portable, easy to eat (too easy), and high in protein.
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