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    whole wheat, I guess.
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    Yeah, kinda =/
    It's something inbetween fastfood and non-fastfood or something.

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    I'm gonna go get a Subway Sandwich!

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    Mmm =) veggie sub.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoY
    eggs (I love eggs, they are so filling), apples, brown bread....
    This is pretty much is what I wanted to recommend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Linda
    I'm gonna go get a Subway Sandwich!
    I think RXP likes those. If my memory does not fail me.

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    pizzas good but again, costs money. It's not as bad as fast food is (depending on where you get it) and is really filling. I want to buy Papa John's now...

    Wawa sandwiches >>>>>>>>>>Subway, but you live in CA so you don't have Wawa's there.

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    I just made myself a terrific turkey and cheese on sourdough with lettuce and tomatoes. I'd say buy basic sandwich ingredients from a fairly decent supermarket. It averages out to somewhere between two and three bucks a meal.

    Also, Progresso makes some pretty damn good canned soups. You could eat one of those and some Ramen for poco dinero.
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    Old fashioned french toast?
    omg sigged fuck you

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    the best midnight snack is, toast with butter. It's fast and easy to make.

    That's also half of the things I can make to feed myself. The other being cup of noodles, and I've injured myself in the past making either one of those.
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