What is F&N's opinion on sandwiches?

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  1. NFS7

    NFS7 Shit, it burns!

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    Id love to have a sandwich every once in awhile, like right now, im really craving a PB&J, something which i havent had in like 4 years. Anyone know if sandwiches really negatively affect my relatively clean diet? :o
     
  2. Jeff Merr

    Jeff Merr Elite Member

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    People on this board worry about what they eat to much, if you feel like a PB&J, eat a PB&J, everything in moderation.
     
  3. cavefish

    cavefish You ain't a crook son, you just a shook one

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    I enjoy making bigass sandwiches with good meat, wheat bread, and fresh vegetables. But theres nothing wrong with a PB&J on occaison. It's not going to ruin your diet.
     
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    Intellex Dogs love me cause I'm crazy sniffable OT Supporter

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    PB&J is damn good eatin if you ask me. If it fits in your diet, eat it. If it doesn't, don't

    :dunno;
     
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    they are badass
     
  6. Mass

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    pb+ honey for the win!
     
  7. DCyamaha

    DCyamaha O-line found

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    sandwiches are very good for you if you have the right ingrediants.



    just look at Jared :mamoru:
     
  8. ideeosinkruhcee

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    i do 3-4 days a week of 4 pb&j for lunch. since being intoduced to italian meats and cheeses, it's been downgraded to just 4 for breakfast, on top of 2 mortadella, salami and provalone sandwiches for lunch.

    if you're on a perma-bulk, this-- at least i find-- is the quickest and easiest way of packing cals.
     
  9. SteveO

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    PBJ is a big source of calories for me

    200 calories from bread
    another 400 calories from pb
    100 calories from jelly
    + a protein source = a thousand calorie meal nigga
     
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    PB&J is jsut fine once in a while, trust me i get those cravings too and 1 PB&J sandwich isn't gonna kill you..if you want to have a little less "guilt" have it on whole wheat bread, use fat free peanut butter and sugar free jelly
     
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    i eat turkey, lean cheese, fresh sprouts, cucumber, lettuce on whole wheat sandwiches almost daily :o
     
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    not a big fan of P&J
    but a nice roast beef with low fat mayo, wheat bread, cheese, and veggies >
     
  13. SteveO

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    :wtf:

    fat free peanut butter? what the hell is this shit made of?
     
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    sorry low fat peanut butter
     
  15. Jeff Merr

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    :rofl: i had to read it twice
     
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    probably spreads nice and smooth :hsugh:
     
  17. NFS7

    NFS7 Shit, it burns!

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    i just got some bomb ass expensive peanut butter and have been thinking about what to do with it all day :o

    this will most surely be a break from the normal chicken/egg/fish/brocolli diet :o
     
  18. MiseryIndex

    MiseryIndex i never know why. i only know who. Moderator

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    they're my between meals meal. tuna or natty pb
     
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    I thought about going that route for breakfast...
     
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    turkey sandwiches :yum:
     
  21. Filmboy44

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    turkey + ham sammich for the win


    hey, as long as the bread is within my carb count then its all hunkey dorey
     
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  23. huss

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    aren't the fats in peanut butter good for you though?
     
  24. SteveO

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    yeah, but overall it's gonna probably be a lower calorie peanut butter
     
  25. SteveO

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    :ugh: it's minimal and not worth the inconvience
     
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