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What is the most energy providing subway sandwich you can make?

Let's say you had to run up a thousand steps in a few hours time.

What would be the most energy packed subway sandwich you can order. Including the bread.
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What is the most energy providing subway sandwich you can make?

Let's say you had to run up a thousand steps in a few hours time.

What would be the most energy packed subway sandwich you can order. Including the bread.
Energy-packed as in getting you recharged and ready to go? None of them. Don't go to Subway for this!
Energy-packed as in having plenty of nutrients that fit in with a balanced diet to help you feel good? Subway's not great for this, but closest you can get is fish or meat with lots of veggies!
Energy-packed as in literally having lots of energy in it? Whichever has the most calories + EVERY VEGETABLE AND SAUCE PLEASE.

The choice between Rye vs wheat vs oat vs ... ad infinitum honestly isn't worth worrying about. Get whichever bread you like.
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Just get a Chicken Pizziola and be happy.
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The best sandwich is two sandwiches :yy:
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Thank you for the amazing replies.

I did the research and came up with:

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The other thread which was deleted was more to do with the most nutritional. Came up with this:

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Thank you for the amazing replies.

I did the research and came up with:

How are you measuring most energetic vs most nutritional? :confused:

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I looked at the subway website and went to nutritional information.

Looked for energy content.

For nutrition looked at the ones high in vitamins and low in fat, salt (the cheese and sauce contain calcium and bacteria stuff so it's good). Not toasted.
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