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vadis

Lunch Ideas

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Hey Everyone. 

Just wondering what anyone might suggest is appropriate food for Lunchtime during work.

I'm lucky to work very near a Tesco supermarket but I'm struggling for ideas on what to buy. I've been buying chicken, chicken and more chicken (which I love) but want to mix it up as it gets a bit boring.

I'm after foods that require little preparation as work only has a microwave. 

Any suggestions on what I can stuff my face with? 

Vadis

 

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42 minutes ago, vadis said:

Hey Everyone. 

Just wondering what anyone might suggest is appropriate food for Lunchtime during work.

I'm lucky to work very near a Tesco supermarket but I'm struggling for ideas on what to buy. I've been buying chicken, chicken and more chicken (which I love) but want to mix it up as it gets a bit boring.

I'm after foods that require little preparation as work only has a microwave. 

Any suggestions on what I can stuff my face with? 

Vadis

 

Have you pondered the idea of noodles (easily done in a microwave these days)

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38 minutes ago, CardiMuscleman said:

Have you pondered the idea of noodles (easily done in a microwave these days)

Hmm Noodles...  never thought of those. Is this the dried 'pot noodle' variety? I'll a look for all types. What would you have them with?

 

 

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1 hour ago, vadis said:

Hmm Noodles...  never thought of those. Is this the dried 'pot noodle' variety? I'll a look for all types. What would you have them with?

I would never touch a "Pot Noodle" in a million years (have you seen how much salt they have?) No, I am talking about the plain old dried noodles that you can cook in boiling water (for a maximum of six minutes) and then cover in anything you like (I've had them mixed up with some of the stir fry sauces that Musclefood sell, and they were very nice indeed I must say)

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8 hours ago, CardiMuscleman said:

I would never touch a "Pot Noodle" in a million years (have you seen how much salt they have?) No, I am talking about the plain old dried noodles that you can cook in boiling water (for a maximum of six minutes) and then cover in anything you like (I've had them mixed up with some of the stir fry sauces that Musclefood sell, and they were very nice indeed I must say)

Yea agreed! Pot noodles are to be avoided.

That sounds pretty tasty, I'll give a try this week. Thanks!

 

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if you are able to cook at home and bring in lunch that will be more affordable and will allow you a lot of variety. Happy to give you some options if you take that route.

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