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Thread: Packed Lunches
My placement in school starts in January so I'm going to need some packed lunches. I don't eat lunch but as the school can't catch on to my ED, I need to look like I'm eating normally.
Does anyone have any suggestions for a packed lunch that will equal about 200 calories?
I was thinking fuck loads of carrot sticks and a Babybel light, maybe one of those 70cal Alpen bars, but I'm stuck where it comes to something more substantial....
1 tbsp of better n' penut butter - 25 calories
2 slices 35 calorie bread-70 calories
thats a penut butter sandwitch for 95 calories
and you can bring a few sticks of celery of carrots , which would probably bring you to around 125 calories“Long ago I learned this. If a dog has eaten strychnine and is going to die , you must get an ax and carry him to the chopping block. Then you must wait for his next convulsion and in that moment-chop off his tail. Then if the poison has not gone too far , your dog might recover. The shock of the pain can counteract the poison. Without the shock he will surely die.” -Samuel Hamilton East of Eden
I also like to make sandwiches:
2 slices 35 calorie bread (35)
1 slice baked turkey (30) <- the kind you get in a round plastic container, not the thin slices
1 fat-free cheese (25)
1 lettuce leaf (2)
So the sandwich is 127 calories, you can add celery and carrot sticks too.
I also liked to bring a "soup at hand", the chicken and stars kind have 70 calories per container, if your school has a microwave in the cafeteria. You can also get one of those tuna packs which are 80 calories a pack, and put the tuna on rice cakes.I give myself very good advice, but I very seldom follow it.
12-16-2010 #4“Long ago I learned this. If a dog has eaten strychnine and is going to die , you must get an ax and carry him to the chopping block. Then you must wait for his next convulsion and in that moment-chop off his tail. Then if the poison has not gone too far , your dog might recover. The shock of the pain can counteract the poison. Without the shock he will surely die.” -Samuel Hamilton East of Eden
Does anyone know if 35cal bread is available in England? All the ones I've seen are about 100. You have so much low-calorie food over there, it's crazy.
Thanks for the turkey suggestion though. Maybe I could stick some turkey on top of Ryvita....
12-16-2010 #6I give myself very good advice, but I very seldom follow it.
I'm sorry I can't help you with lunch really...I'm kidna known for forgetting money, my lunch, packing one ect at my table. I buy salad at the school if I need to...but I really don't like eating lunch because all my friends point it out "oh look,s he's eating lunch!" just like that.
Though I used to eat an apple at least, or you could pack a grapefruit and peel it and eat it like an orange (I kid you not, I love doing this). Also, i bring veggies that are in packs that you can eat plain or heat up in the microwave.I have one thats about 80 calories that I really love
Though maybe once I find that bread I won't be afraid of making sandwhiches yay!Butterfly TM
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I always make a huge salad with tons of random stuff in it: tofu, beets, carrot shreds, greens and a generous amount of straight good quality balsamic vinegar. I vary it according to how many calories I want it to be. You can generally get a good amount of nutrition out of it if you make sure you have some protein and a little fat in it.
Another thing I love is to put a scoop of brown rice w/soy cheese chunks at the bottom of my salad. It will make it more caloric, but if you have sports or dance class after school you'll be thankful for the energy it provides!R is for rain
Out under the big cedar
cold plops make my hair wet.
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I lived off of Campbell's Southwestern Style Vegetable Soup. 2 cups = 100 calories.]...