I get that you don't like condiments - do you like 'ethnic' food - italian, mexican, etc... I have some good recipes (IMO) for that stuff.
With regard to vegetables, if you have a food dehydrator (or an oven that gets down to the 140-170 degree range), you can slice zucchini really really (1/8") thin, toss with some oil and salt, and make 'zucchini chips' that pass for potato chips next to a sandwich.
Joseph's flatbread is my go to for sandwiches, at 100 calories a sheet, half a sheet makes a good 'wrap', and their pita breads (50 calories per whole circle) make a decent hamburger bun.
I'm a mom, a nurse, and a grad student. I'm too busy to stay unhealthy, and I have a responsibility to my children bigger than the one I have to my patients to help them get fit.
Christmas Day 2012 - 305 - began sensible eating
January 13, 2013 - 292 - began pre-conditioning with MRC
January 18, 2013 - 294 - began the official menu