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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    Savory mince. I had the packet stuff sitting in the cupboard for ages and then our freezer died so we are eating stuff up so it doesn't have to be thrown out.
    Yum, I love savoury mince on toast.

    I had a toasted tuna/Mayo/corn/celery/spring onion wrap and a side of cut up cucumber and a few olives. Was just what I needed today.

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    I made a salad of marinated asparagus, tuna, feta and baby spinach. DS2 had a lunch plate - tuna, cheese cubes, cherry tomatoes, cucumber sticks and some grapes.

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    My lunch was so boring compared to all the yummy lunches mentioned. I had a ham sandwich, an apple and a glass of water and ds had a stras and cheese sandwich, water and watermelon.


 

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