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    You can get a 2.18 lb block of Kerrygold Dubliner cheese at Costco for 6.99. I haven't mathed that all out, but that's a pretty solid nutrition value in my book. Aaaaaaand delicious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Anthony View Post
    You can get a 2.18 lb block of Kerrygold Dubliner cheese at Costco for 6.99. I haven't mathed that all out, but that's a pretty solid nutrition value in my book. Aaaaaaand delicious.
    Unless you can't eat dairy.

    I'll get a bunless mcdouble when I'm out and need food because they are one of the few places that don't make me sick, and as a super sensitive celiac that's priority #1 for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Anthony View Post
    You can get a 2.18 lb block of Kerrygold Dubliner cheese at Costco for 6.99. I haven't mathed that all out, but that's a pretty solid nutrition value in my book. Aaaaaaand delicious.
    Pft. That's how much a one pound thing is here at the stores that actually carry it.

    M.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMonkey View Post
    McDonalds is amazing if you want to put on weight, 23g of protein for $1 is fantastic. Shame it isn't so good for your health long term though.
    100g of canned tuna in spring water has 25g protien and costs about $1.

    The only thing I would buy at McVomit's is coffee or tea (locally now have coffee shop section - if not worldwide). Some years back their tea and coffee was horrible - lower quality than the food.

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    Last week I was meeting with a group at a fast food place. I had one of their salads with my own dressing, and one of their burgers, sans buns. I have to say, it was tasty, and I suffered no ill-effects. I wouldn't search them out, but if you are going to eat at a fast food place, there are semi-primal options to be had. I would definitely eat a McDouble, just without the buns.

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    Or the "cheese".

    M.

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    I believe their cheese really is cheese, not 'cheese food', although with 'American cheese' you get the extra 'stuff'. Still, not the WORST thing.

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    What's really in a McDonald's hamburger?

    From that link, if you don't mind CAFO beef, the burger patty is the most benign thing on the ingredient list of a burger at McD.

    I'd go with a can of tuna or sardines any day. IF would be even better.
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