Buy a dehydrator and make dried-meat -- biltong -- to take with you?
How To Make Real South African Biltong
Then there are always cans of fish -- say, red salmon or sardines in olive oil.
Hey guys. So I've been primal for the last six months and have a bit of a problem.
I have a one hour drive to my workplace and I usually bring all kinds of fruits
Work's dining room is horrible, horrible - bad food.
I don't think I want to nuke my food. I don't feel comfortable with microwaving..
Yet I want to eat REAL food, you know - meat and stuff, during the day.
Plus I'm eating a lot of fruits. I don't have weight to lose but I worry about inflammation.
Everything is bad for something - How do you feel today?
I have one of these. It works great. Keeps everything really hot.
Vacuum Insulated 10 oz Food Jar | ThermosŪ
I also have one of these. Doesn't keep things as hot. But you can take lots of separated things and have some hot and some cold (to some extent).
Amazon.com: Zojirushi SL-JAE14 Mr. Bento Stainless Steel Lunch Jar: Kitchen & Dining
Female, 5'3", 49, Starting weight: 163lbs. Current weight: 135 (more or less).
Starting squat: 45lbs. Heaviest squat: 180 x 2. Heaviest Deadlift: 230 x 2
I take a big green salad loaded with tomato, cucumbers, peppers, olives...basically whatever is to hand. Add some add some cheese and/or meat and i am good to go. I just oil and vinegar before I eat.
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I don't like the taste of meat that has been in the microwave so usually I bring my meat in some type of sauce, broth or curry. Then I microwave the sauce and the veggies until the are hot and put them over the meat and wrap it up for a few minutes until it gets warm. I don't keep it in the fridge beforehand so it is not super cold.
I like the thermos idea. Heat it in the morning and you are still good to go.
Using low lectin/nightshade free primal to control autoimmune arthritis. (And lost 50 lbs along the way )
Grow a pair and nuke it.
Not a big deal.
Chicken wings are great at room temperature. Also, lox.
This paleo blog has a "lunchbox" feature. The blogger posts what she packs for her pre-schooler and sometimes her husband for lunch. Although a lot of it is kid oriented - there are some really creative ideas here that generally don't require nuking. I would really recommend looking at all the "lunchboxes" on the site.
Also... just eat leftovers cold. No big deal.