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Old 01-04-2012, 12:46 PM ScHpAnKy is offline  
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If you can't live all day on sandwiches, you aren't making enough sandwiches.

Also, fruit!
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If you can't live all day on sandwiches, you aren't making enough sandwiches.

Also, fruit!

I just never feel "full" after sandwiches, that's all, I eat like a horse.
Fruit is a good suggestion, as always, I used to bring tons of apples and clementines to work, I guess I need to start doing that again.
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I've gotten out of the habit of bringing lunch to work because going out gets me out of my office for a while, and I find that to be worth the 7ish dollars per day it usually costs me (we have a pretty good cafeteria here).

When I did, though, I found I liked the following:

1. Get good sandwich bread from the bakery at the grocery store, and good deli meat/cheese. Put components in a bento box, and the bread in a bag, and assemble components at lunch time. You can cut up vegetables on Sunday night and take a little each day, if you want. This is more or less how subway makes their sandwiches, just on a smaller scale, and it costs a small fraction of what Subway costs.

2. Bring leftovers from dinner. I liked doing this the best, as I'm generally good at making things that last for a while. I could make enough bean soup for dinner on a Sunday night to last me like a week and a half. If you look for the bean mixes in the bean aisle at the grocery store, they generally have a recipe on the bag that comes out pretty well. A secondary advantage of soups is that they're pretty filling to begin with, but you can just take more if you need a lot to keep you going.

Homemade chili worked well, too, for much the same reasons.

Fruit is a good thing to bring as well.

I'm presently working my way through an entire smithfield ham, mostly by myself, and while it takes about 3 hours to make initially, it probably ends up saving me a lot of hours later in time I don't have to spend cooking. It also makes fucking epic sandwiches.
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I've gotten out of the habit of bringing lunch to work because going out gets me out of my office for a while, and I find that to be worth the 7ish dollars per day it usually costs me (we have a pretty good cafeteria here).

When I did, though, I found I liked the following:

1. Get good sandwich bread from the bakery at the grocery store, and good deli meat/cheese. Put components in a bento box, and the bread in a bag, and assemble components at lunch time. You can cut up vegetables on Sunday night and take a little each day, if you want. This is more or less how subway makes their sandwiches, just on a smaller scale, and it costs a small fraction of what Subway costs.

2. Bring leftovers from dinner. I liked doing this the best, as I'm generally good at making things that last for a while. I could make enough bean soup for dinner on a Sunday night to last me like a week and a half. If you look for the bean mixes in the bean aisle at the grocery store, they generally have a recipe on the bag that comes out pretty well. A secondary advantage of soups is that they're pretty filling to begin with, but you can just take more if you need a lot to keep you going.

Homemade chili worked well, too, for much the same reasons.

Fruit is a good thing to bring as well.

I'm presently working my way through an entire smithfield ham, mostly by myself, and while it takes about 3 hours to make initially, it probably ends up saving me a lot of hours later in time I don't have to spend cooking. It also makes fucking epic sandwiches.
thats my philosophy, i could bring lunch, but honestly escaping for half an hour is more valuable than the food itself.
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This thread was actually pretty cool when we were talking about houses, let get back to that.
I didn't click on any of those links.
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I've gotten out of the habit of bringing lunch to work because going out gets me out of my office for a while, and I find that to be worth the 7ish dollars per day it usually costs me (we have a pretty good cafeteria here).
I'd kill for a solid meal for $7, I work in the city so I used to allot myself $12-15 for a meal, twice a day. (10hr shift on average, one meal for every 5 hours with a couple snacks to tie me over between meals) then dropped it to $9 for every meal and while it's better it's still way too much to be spending on food. Consider me jelly.

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1. Get good sandwich bread from the bakery at the grocery store, and good deli meat/cheese. Put components in a bento box, and the bread in a bag, and assemble components at lunch time. You can cut up vegetables on Sunday night and take a little each day, if you want. This is more or less how subway makes their sandwiches, just on a smaller scale, and it costs a small fraction of what Subway costs.

2. Bring leftovers from dinner. I liked doing this the best, as I'm generally good at making things that last for a while. I could make enough bean soup for dinner on a Sunday night to last me like a week and a half. If you look for the bean mixes in the bean aisle at the grocery store, they generally have a recipe on the bag that comes out pretty well. A secondary advantage of soups is that they're pretty filling to begin with, but you can just take more if you need a lot to keep you going.

Homemade chili worked well, too, for much the same reasons.

Fruit is a good thing to bring as well.

I'm presently working my way through an entire smithfield ham, mostly by myself, and while it takes about 3 hours to make initially, it probably ends up saving me a lot of hours later in time I don't have to spend cooking. It also makes fucking epic sandwiches.

AWESOME post, thank you!
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ScHpAnKy, you and I have a lot in common.

In 1999, I was on skatetalk.com and I used the name "sUMmA LoViN' 420 hO". We r twinsies.
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ScHpAnKy, you and I have a lot in common.

In 1999, I was on skatetalk.com and I used the name "sUMmA LoViN' 420 hO". We r twinsies.

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You skipped mine, stupid.

my bad, you can quote it again if you like.
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I didn't click on any of those links.

It's cool, you can in the spin-off thread where that discussion actually belongs.
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Did not read thread. Freeze water in bottle which can handle frozen water to act as a short-term cooling system (6hrs or so.) Also, you get refreshing water when it's time to nom.
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Did not read thread. Freeze water in bottle which can handle frozen water to act as a long-term cooling system. Also, you get refreshing water when it's time to nom.

Shit, man, at least the first post... for me?
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meat sweats, if you make a sandwich at 10AM (which is when I have time to) and eat dinner at 7:45pm, it'll be one big soggy mess.



yes, however I don't think that's going to be enough nutrition to:

1.) get me through a 10+hr work day
2.) spare enough energy for the next day when I go work out.
I used to make deli-meat sandwiches, but I would consistently run out of energy or crash. Sucks, because in addition to your mother I also love multigrain bread.

I bring enough food to last me all day and have never used a refrigerator.
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