Healthy Microwaveable Food/Snacks?

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  1. RLiu818

    RLiu818 Active Member

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    I just started a job at an Office, and I need to get some microwaveable food to eat for lunch/snack on the office, on a daily basis.

    What particular microwaveable food is available at supermarkets that is healthy?
     
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    green giant vegetables
     
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    lasagna... spelling?
     
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    NickStam Buy Low, Sell High

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    heat up a can of tuna
     
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    oatmeal?
     
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    Chris3G Bullshark Testosterone

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    i have lean pockets sometimes... i guess those are decent.
     
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    eggs
     
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    you mean you can microwave eggwhites?:rofl: I have been doing it all wrong.
     
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    moses OMGWTFBBQ

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    I've honestly found its easiet to grill a few lbs of chicken sunday night and baggy them up w/veggies
     
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