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  • #30868
    tinkly_roars
    Member

    Dear fellow losers!

    I wondered what everyone else had for their lunches – i’m getting a bit bored of cottage cheese and melba toasts!!! lol

    Tinks xx

    #45803
    Ganny
    Participant

    Hi Tinks,
    First I have tried cous cous and love it and it loves me which is great. Lunch I always struggle with lunch but I have crackerbread with anything on it, cheese spread, tuna, mackerel, hard boiled egg mashed with low fat mayo and cheese, any kind of pate,(not at same time lol) or try bread sticks with humous. Hope that gives you some ideas.
    Elaine xx

    #45801
    Doodah
    Keymaster

    Hi Tinks

    My packed lunches were nearly always the same: crackers, tiny low fat cheese portion and….a baby pureed fruit pudding! They are generally low in fat, sugar and salt. For people at work, I think lunch is the hardest meal to get ‘right’. If you get breakfast or dinner wrong, you are at home and can ‘get rid of it’ and try something else – it’s not as convenient to rush to the loo at work if it doesn’t agree with you :-O

    I’m sure the fabulously knowledgable people on here will come up with some great ideas. It’s deffo worth checking out Carol Ball’s recipes though.

    Doodah x

    #45806
    kathc
    Member

    Is pate ok then ? I saw someone above mention it ? I thought it might be too high in fat ??

    Glad if I can coz I do like it .

    Katherine

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    #45807
    Fenella
    Member
    kathc wrote:
    Is pate ok then ? I saw someone above mention it ? I thought it might be too high in fat ??

    Glad if I can coz I do like it .

    Katherine

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    Think pate should be low fat, there are several around.

    #45808
    dawnyc
    Member

    I eat the low fat Brussels pate from Asda on different crackers / ryvieta all the time and have not yet had a problem also have tesco lower fat peanut butter sometimes for a change x

    #45805
    kathc
    Member

    Thanks guys great to know .

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    #45799
    Doodah
    Keymaster

    Low fat peanut butter is a gift from heaven!! I eat veggie pate which is naturally lower in fat. And aren’t all the new varieties of ryvita just lush?! Can’t beat marmite and cucumber or Iceburg lettuce though in my humble opinion 😉 No I’m not mad:or pregnant lol!

    #45800
    Doodah
    Keymaster

    How did that little smiley face get in there???

    #45804
    78rpm
    Member

    I have eaten both the morrisons and sainsburys low fat pate without any problems, also the mini baybel lights.

    🙂

    rgds

    Jason

    #45802
    Streamliner
    Member

    Carol has just posted a fabulous Pate recipe on her website Chicken Liver Pate | Amber bariatric recipes | Bariatric Cookery

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