MissJenaKay wrote:12:30 - 2 piece fudge
2:00 - 2 piece fudge
Are those cookies, brownies... If possible fine something healthier with protein b/c your # is a bit low.
Nokie173 wrote:Are those cookies, brownies... If possible fine something healthier with protein b/c your # is a bit low.
Boss Man wrote:I'd say that's not the be all and end all though. It's only 2 pieces 2x a day, it's not like someone is eating 8 pieces in a day every day, so it could be worse, but as long as it is limited to 1 or 2 times a week, the impact would be minimal at best.
Though 0x a week on the fudge would be better .
musculArgirl2 wrote:Nokie was just making a suggesting. It's up to you, your the only one that know's your diet, taste and budget.
How did the RA meeting go? I'm suprised you want to do that, I was way to shy to be an RA in college. Maybe your not as shy as you think.
amatlack wrote:Hard-boiled eggs are cheap, easy to cook, always available, easy to keep in your bag, high in protein, and very filling for only 60-70 calories.
Boss Man wrote:Cheap foods.
Eggs I don't really like eggs unless I'm baking with them.
Baked Beans. Not as cheap as you think since my grocery store only sells brand name things
Large biscuit cereal in the big boxes. Better than flake, bran, muesli or small biscuit type cereals as it's easier to monitor consumption levels. You get the same consumption rate per day guaranteed. Plus the larger the box the more cost effective it is. I don't eat cereal, I eat yogurt.
Bread. got it
Turkey or Ham in a packet. 4 dollars a packet . . . . not cheap.
Bargain bin items Don't have those.
Food priced down on the use by date. Don't have those either
2 for 1.
3 for 2. I grab these deals when I can.
Discounted sale items, or red sticker items, blue sticker items, managers specials.I get sales the best I can.
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