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    help me out people, i need some ideas for what to eat for lunch.

    cheap as possible but reasonably healthy.

    i eat eeeeevverrything (im not a vegetarian :rolleyes: )
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    A Happy Meal, they make you happy.

    edit: They are healthy if you pretend they are.
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    (Original post by Everdawn)
    A Happy Meal, they make you happy.
    do they still make you happy when youre so fat you cant get out your front door to get another one?

    i thought not!

    (i said reasonably healthy )
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    (Original post by kikzen)
    do they still make you happy when youre so fat you cant get out your front door to get another one?

    i thought not!

    (i said reasonably healthy )
    NO WAY! We cant let you get as big as a house. How about a toasted sandwitch?
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    (Original post by Everdawn)
    NO WAY! We cant let you get as big as a house. How about a toasted sandwitch?
    sounds good, but i hope you dont need one of those sandwich maker things; all ive got is a toaster and a cooker!
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    (Original post by kikzen)
    sounds good, but i hope you dont need one of those sandwich maker things; all ive got is a toaster and a cooker!
    Have you got a grill? You could use that!
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    take a tin of tuna and a tin of sweetcorn drain put in a bowl and mix with a bit of maygonaise, the tuna increases concentration span and is healthy, with brown or white bread.
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    Jacket potato with your fave fillings - tuna, houmous, beans - and a little salad on the side if you're feeling really good
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    Make instant noodles.
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    (Original post by slowjamz)
    Jacket potato with your fave fillings - tuna, houmous, beans - and a little salad on the side if you're feeling really good
    houmous is disgusting. sorry.
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    or if you want to be slightly less healthy use the grill to toast one side of two pieces of bread, turn it over and spread tomato ketchup on then grate this slces of cheese to put on, add mxed herbs, peppr and curry powder and melt the layer!
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    As are tuna and beans....come to think of it I can't stand jacket potatoes either
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    coco pops?
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    pita bread filled with yummy things-you could have tuna or chicken and salad
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    He's gone shopping for some stuff.
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    http://www.uk-learning.net/showpost....81&postcount=2
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    I had 2 bowls of cereal yesterday. There was nothing else to eat/make. :rolleyes:
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    i went with the tuna + sweetcorn + granary rolls

    very good. thanks everyone
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    (Original post by kikzen)
    help me out people, i need some ideas for what to eat for lunch.

    cheap as possible but reasonably healthy.

    i eat eeeeevverrything (im not a vegetarian :rolleyes: )
    some yogurt?
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    (Original post by kikzen)
    i went with the tuna + sweetcorn + granary rolls

    very good. thanks everyone
    hehe, did it taste nice?
 
 
 
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