I eat a very, very large salad. Choices are endless.
Typically in mine I have kale, kimchi, olives, sundried tomatoes, roasted garlic, dates, feta cheese, balsamic vinegar, guacamole, hummus, tomato, onion, walnuts, mushrooms, and lettuce topped off with two or three cans of fish.
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^ Oh yes I second that. I got really into roasted veggie salads for a while. I would make a few days worth and stick them in the fridge.
I think the key is figuring out what you like and then planning ahead. If you have something with you that you enjoy, you'll be less likely to go out to get something.
For breakfast I make smoothies or a fruit salad with nuts and a squirt of lime juice. For lunch I tend to make a lot of soups because they are so easy. Do you have access to a microwave and refrigeration?
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I also keep seeing those salad-in-a-jar things on Pinterest and want to try. Basically you built it from wet to dry, with the dressing etc. on the bottom and put salad greens on the top so they don't get soggy. I think you could even make them the night before
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