Food On the Run

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    Does anyone has advice as to packing healthy foods for the day (lunches, snacks, etc.). I'm a grad student+intern+worker and not home too often, so I'm looking for things I can grab pretty easily and tote with that aren't bad for me.

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    Veggies and fruit keep well and they're good for you. For healthy with a little more taste a sandwich on whole wheat with your choice of meat, cheese and mustard. Whole wheat crackers are good too.
     
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    If you have a refrigerator to keep your snacks cold the sky it the limit. If not, I pack things like steamed green beans with some vinegar, oil and lemon juice, fresh fruit, hard boiled eggs and bread and butter. I usually always pack raw almonds wherever I go. I'm still a sucker for a peanut butter and jelly sandwich so once and a while I carry one of those too. If you have a small thermos that fits in your bag, hot soup on a cold day is a nice treat
     
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    I'm usually in a big hurry in the mornings.....so as not to miss breakfast I will have an "ensure plus".
    They come in a few flavours (chocolate, strawberry.....), they are about 370 calories and packed with everything good for ya.
    They really help to tie me over for awhile.
     
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