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    I have the most unhealthiest lunch, surely, and that is a fact. I often have a nutella sandwich, crisps, and a cherry bakewell. It's not very nutrious, and I really need to work on eating better. It is cheap though, and I enjoy it. Sometimes I do eat in college (my university is collegiate) for lunch but that's quite rare. Without fail I do eat in college for dinner, though! It ensures I get a, well, proper meal for once.

    I was wondering about what my peers across the country dine on in-between breakfast and dinner. I hope it's slightly better for your waistline than mine.
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    I always buy a pizza slice from greggs or a pastry
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    I have a seeded flatbread with green leaves, sweet chilli chicken and mayo, a packet of pea snacks, a greek yoghurt, fresh fruit and some form of cake bar
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    :lol: As if my eating pattern constitutes meals.:rofl:

    I've just had half a garlic baguette, I'm about to go eat half a tub of ice cream. That's real student life surely.
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    4 pieces of toast with 4 slices of cheese and beans on top, with a 3 eggs omlette (with ham, red pepper and onion)
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    Pret. Like a champ.
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    (Original post by SteamboatMickey)
    I have the most unhealthiest lunch, surely, and that is a fact. I often have a nutella sandwich, crisps, and a cherry bakewell. It's not very nutrious, and I really need to work on eating better. It is cheap though, and I enjoy it. Sometimes I do eat in college (my university is collegiate) for lunch but that's quite rare. Without fail I do eat in college for dinner, though! It ensures I get a, well, proper meal for once.

    I was wondering about what my peers across the country dine on in-between breakfast and dinner. I hope it's slightly better for your waistline than mine.
    Sometimes I just have breakfast again (toast + egg) or maybe a tuna sandwich
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    meal deal or food stall on campus - either pret, marketplace or somewhere in the guild. sometimes we have food trucks parked outside that serve all sorts of exotic stuff.

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    I don't eat lunch at all.
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    Either a vegan sandwich and a piece of fruit from an on-campus shop or a seeded protein thin bagel with houmous and falafel with a piece of fruit. Being honest though, I don't eat lunch every day. I find my schedule is a bit of a mess and I get so busy I struggle to fit it in! Really making an effort to at the moment though, and that's where I'm at!
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    meal deal or food stall on campus - either pret, marketplace or somewhere in the guild. sometimes we have food trucks parked outside that serve all sorts of exotic stuff.

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    Can't beat a Comida wrap either.
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    Can't beat a Comida wrap either.
    I don't trust anyone who chooses anything other than the spinach tortilla.

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    Sandwhich contain which could have Jam, peanut butter or any other sweet spread. Crisps and a banana. Weekend chip butty, veg bacon or sausages.
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