Last week, I got this email from a reader:
I work 12 hour ER shifts. Our cafeteria is too expensive and the food is horrendous anyway (where do you think hospital food gets that reputation?) My staple has been making half sandwiches by just folding a single piece of bread around some meat, cheese or tuna. But of course Grok didn’t make bread. The convenience of being able to eat these little sandwiches while standing at the nurses’ station (we often get very limited or no breaks on busy days) is indispensable to me. Eating things that require utensils and cleanup is not feasible. Are there more primal, non-carb substitutes that could actually serve as dinner in such an environment as well as my improvised panini? I’m drawing a blank here. Any help you could provide would be greatly appreciated.