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I need some cheap (really cheap), healthy ideas for sack lunches.  I am so burned out trying to figure out what to take to work for lunch.  Keeping in mind I’m supposed to be gluten free.

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      Marya1961 wrote Apr 27, 2012
    • Sliced apples with peanut butter
      Granola bars (there are reasonable brands)
      Broccoli slaw (very easy to make)
      Mixed fruit (cut up berries with a dollop of cream)
      Tea sandwiches (you can use just about anything, but I like lite cream cheese and strawberry preserves)
      Lite popcorn/mixed nut combination

      Hope this helps a little.estatic




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      Tuliplady wrote Apr 27, 2012
    • Thanks Mary, it gives me some ideas.  I just go blank after awhile.  This week I ate ham and beans all week.  I love beans, but seven days in a row is toooo much!




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      Marya1961 wrote Apr 27, 2012
    • I would have been toot tooting all week!estaticestatic




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      Tuliplady wrote Apr 27, 2012
    • When your body gets used to the extra fiber, you don’t have the gas that people who rarely eat beans complain about.




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Apr 28, 2012
    • I take lunch every day and it’s usually a combination of what I have in the fridge. I try to make a pot of soup or something during the weekend that I can eat during the week. Each night at dinner I reduce my portions by saving part of my dinner for the next day’s lunch. I also have little containers I fill with nuts, fruit, yogurt(I buy a big container of yogurt to save money)I also buy rice cakes, granola bars. Basically I just snack on several healthy things at lunch or eat leftovers from the previous night.




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