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    Default What do you eat for lunch at work?

    Hey guys,

    I'm running our of lunch ideas to take to work that I feel is safe to eat.
    I've been to scared to eat left overs nor wanting to eat lettuce that is more than 1 day old from the shop.
    I've been eating a heap of soups that I buy from the supermarket or hot chips (yes, bad I know but I felt they are safe as any listeria would be killed from the deep frying process).

    What do you guys eat and enjoy? Xx

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    I usually eat sandwiches and a tub of yoghurt

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    Oh and nuts to snack on!

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    While not pregnant I would bring a salad or a sandwich with a yogurt and a piece of fruit or such for morning and afternoon tea.

    Now being pregnant I have to eat something every 2 hours so I have a shelf of cracker biscuits and vegimite, soups, loaf of bread, muelsi bars and bring 3 pieces of fruit apart from my lunch and yogurt

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    Great idea!!! Thanks guys
    Tomato and cheese sandwich, yoghurt and nuts and fruit and all awesome ideas
    I've been bringing some milo in a container to work to have with some milk. My midwife told me to have mill to boost my iron.

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    I still eat left-overs for lunch or breakfast nearly every day (29 weeks here), just so long as they're only from the night before and they've been microwaved so they're steamy hot all the way through. Pretty sure that complies with guidelines
    Plus crackers, dips, nuts, fruit, dried fruit, muesli bars, toasted cheese sandwiches, homemade muffins or biscuits (so a little less unhealthy), or microwavable instant snacks/meals from the frozen section of the supermarket.

    Hehe I always have Milo on my desk at work but inevitably run out of milk and just eat it with a spoon as a snack

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    I eat leftovers the next day too. I just make sure they are steaming hot!

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    For those pregnant ladies what do you put in your sabdwhiches since deli mets is a no no??

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    I eat leftovers too... I just heat them up way hotter than I could eat it, and wait till it's at an edible temp..
    I obv wouldn't eat like takeaway Chinese leftover etc though.

    For sandwiches I just have avo, cheese & tomato. Or egg lettuce & mayo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mum2b87 View Post
    For those pregnant ladies what do you put in your sabdwhiches since deli mets is a no no??
    Cheese, salads, hummus, pesto, peanut butter, vegemite, vegetarian chicken flavoured patties, very fried eggs. Not all in the one sandwich of course


 

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