November's Lunches to Work

edited 13 November 2019 at 5:25PM in Debt-free Wannabe Challenges
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  • Purplemumof2Purplemumof2 Forumite
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    I bought a couple of boxes of cuppa soup yesterday to take into work. Just as a backup plan if I forget to prepare a lunch.

    I do that too, I find it helps x
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    SSDD23 wrote: »
    The usual "soup and bread because I can't be prepared enough on a Sunday" today :rotfl:

    Making hairy bikers chilli tonight so will have leftovers tomorrow!

    Lol you sound like me!

    Enjoy the chilli, it's one of my go to's if we haven't much of anything in.
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  • wishuswishus Forumite
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    Please add me in for 18 days. I bought lunch on Friday, and have a few evening events, so only want to have a couple of days just in case - need to be resilient and prepared!


    1/18 pasta salad with tomatoes, cucumber, carrot, peppers and avocado, plus banana.
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    wishus wrote: »
    Please add me in for 18 days. I bought lunch on Friday, and have a few evening events, so only want to have a couple of days just in case - need to be resilient and prepared!


    1/18 pasta salad with tomatoes, cucumber, carrot, peppers and avocado, plus banana.

    Hi wishus,

    I've added you to the list on the first page.

    Good luck x
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  • Hi had my first day back after mat leave today and I have managed my 1st day but didnt even eat what I took in opps!! Least I didnt spend either so it counts right? 1/14 xx
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  • twiggy86twiggy86 Forumite
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    I'm on 3/21 so far - standard sandwich Friday and Monday but today I have leftover chicken and chorizo paella!
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  • twiggy86twiggy86 Forumite
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    I bought a couple of boxes of cuppa soup yesterday to take into work. Just as a backup plan if I forget to prepare a lunch.

    I have a box of cuppa soup sat on top of my fridge where it's been for ages! This is such a good idea if I'm not prepared (or if I'm hungry and want extra!) Will try to remember to bring them in tomorrow!
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  • wishuswishus Forumite
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    2/18 today - I made 2 days' worth of lunches last night for me and OH.



    4 tuna lunches: 200g rice boiled with a stock cube and1/2 grated courgette, cooled, then I added 1 small basic tin sweetcorn, 1 chopped yellow pepper, 12 olives, sliced, 1 tin tuna, 4 boiled eggs, quartered.
    Snacks - a satsuma and a peach yoghurt.
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  • Purplemumof2Purplemumof2 Forumite
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    wishus wrote: »
    4 tuna lunches: 200g rice boiled with a stock cube and1/2 grated courgette, cooled, then I added 1 small basic tin sweetcorn, 1 chopped yellow pepper, 12 olives, sliced, 1 tin tuna, 4 boiled eggs, quartered.

    This sounds really yummy and filling, I may have to give it a try.
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  • Purplemumof2Purplemumof2 Forumite
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    twiggy86 wrote: »
    today I have leftover chicken and chorizo paella!

    That sounds really nice
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