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Nutrition help... packing a dinner for work!

Mikee

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So I work in town, and I'm a college kid so I cant really afford to be going into a meat store and sitting down for dinner every day for my break. I work nights, so the meal is dinner. What is a reasonable but good thing that I can bring with myself to work? Ive tried a lot of things, but I dont really think its been cutting it, and I want to get my nutrition on check for my upcoming cycle.

So, what would you pack for a dinner on a budget?
 

PsyT

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chicken breasts, spinach, rice, and coconut oil.

I eat this almost every day. Good meal and high calories with the coconut oil.
 

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The day before I always prepare the next day's meals. Usually fish and veges
(1/2 cup). I throw a few slices of turkey bacon on the fish or chicken breast as well. I also use fish oil, flax oil, olive oil where needed for extra fats. 1 meal is usually 2 scoops of whey with 24 almonds.

I am severely limiting carbs right now so fats and proteins. I also keep a log of everything I eat and how many grams of fat, pro, carbs.

Seems to be effective in helping me track how my progress is going.
 

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I was in the same boat as you a few years ago....lean ground beef with a little salsa or some other spice and brown rice was a fav of mine. Buy the ground beef in bulk(costco or something) and cook up 3-5 pounds at once. Bulk brown rice is also pretty cheap. Easy to pack in a tupperware container too.
 

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You can get chicken and beef in bulk (all meats or fish) so you could do that and just prepare them the night before. Added to that some brown rice or pasta. You could throw some salad in there. Drizzle in olive oil.

So many possibilities. You could use coconut oil too. Even some cheese if you need a high calories meal. Grated cheese on chicken pasta is lovely.

Another tip is to hard boil eggs. Therefore you can carry them around with you all day and there is no need to cook them. That way your getting protein and fats. You could add them with a carb source if you wanted.

Key word... FRUIT... it's ready to eat... there you go. Add aminos to it (lba's) or take your chicken/beef/turkey etc etc.

If your really on a tight budget.... bulk chicken/beef, eggs, cheese, pasta, rice, potatoes, fruit, olive oil etc
 
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depending on what your macros are and if you are in contest prep or not and if you don't have a microwave accessible CHHICKEN SALAD is a great meal on the go. chicken, low fat mayo with olive oil in it grapes and chopped up almonds with some chives is one of my favorite offseason meals for the road. my wife makes a HUGe bowl (we call it my bucket) and i eat out of it all day.:)
-JS
 

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depending on what your macros are and if you are in contest prep or not and if you don't have a microwave accessible CHHICKEN SALAD is a great meal on the go. chicken, low fat mayo with olive oil in it grapes and chopped up almonds with some chives is one of my favorite offseason meals for the road. my wife makes a HUGe bowl (we call it my bucket) and i eat out of it all day.:)
-JS
I just stole this idea for work next week lol
Thanks johnny :)
 

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