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bulldog95
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re: What's your go to lunch meal prep?
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Those are 160 calories each.

These are a better choice at 50 calories each:


You know where you can get these around NOLA?


whiskey over ice
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re: What's your go to lunch meal prep?
Walmart


bulldog95
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North Louisiana
Member since Jan 2011
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re: What's your go to lunch meal prep?
I’ll have to look haven’t seen them before.

I’ll give them a try.


Thanks
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lsu777
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westlake
Member since Jan 2004
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re: What's your go to lunch meal prep?
so one of my favorite is to take a sams club rotisserie chicken and pull the meat off and skin off the bone. Weigh and split into 2 servings.

I then take 1 onion and a small pack of portobella mushrooms and saute in non stick pan with a little granualted garlic. then combine a servinig of the chicken and saute a little. I then combine with 1 packet of the seeds of change brown rice and quinoa microwave rice. saute all of that and split as my lunch and then as my snack.

keeps my calories low and provides something nive and easy.

i usually buy 2 of the rotisserie chickens and make this for 4 days of the week for lunch. You can add a can of black beans drained to this if bulking and needing more carbs.

another is replace the chicken with 1 lbs of lauras 96% lean ground beef.

the frozen fajita chicken from sams works real well in this too.

I try and keep it simple.


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AyyyBaw
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re: What's your go to lunch meal prep?
I cook dinner every night and always make enough to have leftovers for lunch the next day. So I'll eat the same thing twice (once for dinner then the next day for lunch), but I don't have to cook anything specific for lunch.

For breakfast I'll brown some lean ground beef and cook some white rice on Sunday. Add cooked rice and beef to a bowl and microwave, then top with cheese, spinach or kale, and 3 whole eggs. It's awesome with hot sauce. If you're trying to add fat and reduce carbs then add avocado and remove the rice.


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bulldog95
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North Louisiana
Member since Jan 2011
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re: What's your go to lunch meal prep?
Tried the ones in the red package gotta say they were pretty good think I’ve found my wraps now.

My main staples are

Salmon
Catfish
Chicken
Shrimp

I’ll cook up a top sirloin or extra lean hamburger meat every now and then for variety


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Yeti_Chaser
Member since Nov 2017
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re: What's your go to lunch meal prep?
Breakfast: 1 lb of ground turkey, 20 scrambled eggs, ham, and spinach. Wrap in a tortilla or mix in a potato if I need more carbs that day. Sometimes I'll roast potatoes covered in olive oil as well.

Lunch: beef chuck in the crock pot with veggies and potatoes. Serve over rice with bone broth.

Post workout: 80/20 ground beef, a couple eggs and rice all sautéed together in a skillet

Supper: I mix this one up a lot but usually shrimp courtbouillon, homemade chicken noodle soup, jambalaya, chicken fajitas, white beans and sausage over rice, hamburgers, or some form of shrimp/chicken with vegetables and rice


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CHEDBALLZ
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South Central LA
Member since Dec 2009
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re: What's your go to lunch meal prep?
I have a meat grinder. I season with salt pepper garlic and onion a family pack of chicken breast and thighs. Run them through the grinder and then mix in some eggs and bread crumbs. I form them into 5 oz patties and cook them to 155 on my flat top griddle. Then freeze them individually in zip loc bags.

Rice Cooker Green Beans. Put a little olive in the btm of rice cooker, 32 oz pack green beans, 1 onion diced fine, garlic, 1/2 cup chicken stock. Season with some low salt Tony's, hit start on the rice cooker and let em rip.




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tke_swamprat
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Houma, LA
Member since Aug 2004
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re: What's your go to lunch meal prep?
Ryan Fischer’s meals are easy. Ground meat, rice and hot sauce


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