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Old 10-16-2012, 06:48 PM   #11
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String cheese (Kraft jalapeno), almonds and beef jerky.
Great ideas here. When i lived in the barracks and didnt have the ability to actualy cook meals i lived off this stuff.
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cheese, dried fruits, craisins, fruit, yougurt, almonds, low fat pudding, stuff like that.
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I travel for work and find it difficult to eat on the road, but I've found a meal that hits my macro needs well and it might work for you too.

The following is based on my bodyweight of 290lb

8 ounces chicken
3 cups rice
1 cup veggies
2 servings guacamole

I mix this meal together and eat it 2-3 times a day and supplement my shakes, nuts and peanut butter in between.... Almond butter helps on the road too!
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When I'm travelling, I like to make wraps. They are easy to make and offer many varieties. Tortilla wraps, pitas, naan bread, etc. Chicken, fish, roast beef, cheese, peanut/almond butter, hummus, etc. The main problem I've found is putting too many "wet" ingredients which can make your wrap soggy. If you want some kind of dressing/sauce, you can pack it separately in a small container. Avoid cucumbers and tomatoes...usually make the wrap soggy, unless you eat it earlier in your day. They are a great way to get carbs, protein, and fibrous veggies, and are very handy.
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