Q: I'm a college student, and on Mondays and Wednesdays, I only have 15 minutes to eat lunch as I walk from one class to the next. I usually end up stuffing a sandwich in my mouth while walking or try to discreetly eat while in class.
Any ideas for healthy lunches (not energy bars) I can eat on the go? I try to avoid loud foods or anything with a strong smell. Any tips would be appreciated!
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Editor: You could switch up your sandwiches with a few other easily transportable foods like salad wraps, pita-pockets, and spring rolls. If you have time in the morning, making some vegetarian sushi (which wouldn't need to be refrigerated) would be an awesome lunch-on-the-go. Grain salads are also something that could you could easily eat at your desk once you get to class.
• Apple-Arugula Salad Wrap
• Farmer's Lunch Sandwich
• Pan-Fried Falafel and Homemade Pita
• Vegetable Maki Sushi
• Vegetable and Mint Summer Rolls
• 9 Fresh and Satisfying Grain Salads
Readers, what other suggestions do you have for easy, on-the-go lunches?
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