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What's for Lunch?

What the **** does everyone eat for lunch every day, and how much? I find for me it is always either"

2 slices of Pizza or,
Tuna Fish on Rye with Chips and Diet Soda, or
McDonalds, yes with fries, or
Occasionally just soup.

There has to be more choices out there??!!
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Mondays and Fridays I eat Mongolian BBQ. (I'm seriously addicted)

Every other day at work, I either eat leftovers that the wife made for supper, or I carry a "freezer meal" (marie calendar's steamers are awesome, and I also carry boston market or Hungry Man meals).

There's also Ramen Noodles I pretty much only eat the "Bowl Noodle" (Kimchi Flavor) or the "Yakisoba" japanese style noodles (spicy vegetable flavor).

I feel like this would be a good thread to see what others are eating, and maybe get some ideas to break up the usual routine.
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Lets see How about: Barbecue - Pulled pork, Ribs, Chicken, Etc.
Chinese buffet - too much to list
Liver and onions
BLT
Taco
Fish sandwich fried, baked, or broiled with rice
Mussels marinara
Sushi

Darn you, now I'm hungry and I just finished breakfast.

I didn't do anything yesterday and doubt I'll have time to finish the job today
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Today...salad
Most of the time...grilled/baked chicken with rice and veggies

I am trying to lose some weight...not fun...



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fried chicken strips here, and water.
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White rice and veggies most days.

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White rice and veggies most days.
What about protein?
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2-3 times a week I add some chicken breast, also baked beans.

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I brown bag it. Sandwich; carrot & celery sticks; an apple; and a diet Coke.
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