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How To Save 500 Calories At Lunch

Here’s your Tuesday tip: Are you planning on having a sandwich for lunch? You can substitute mustard for mayo and save 100 calories. If you leave off the slice of Swiss cheese you save another 133 calories. Ditch two slices of bacon from your club sandwich or subtract two slices from your BLT to save […]

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Slim Down Your Sandwich The Easy Way

Here are some easy ways to slim down your sandwich and still have it taste great. Substitute mustard for the mayo and save 100 calories.  Leave off the slice of Swiss cheese for another 133 calories.  Ditch the two slices of bacon for another 84 calories.  Put your turkey, ham, or roast beef along with […]

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Is It A Giant Sandwich Or A Giant Shop?

I guess one thing is for sure — you can get a sandwich — but I’m not quite certain whether it would be giant or tiny!

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When You Eat A Sandwich Does The Filling End Up In Your Lap?

Sandwiches, Wraps, Paninis Whatever you call it, it’s food — usually meat, cheese, or fish, sometimes vegetables — sandwiched in bread holder. Doesn’t matter is the bread is sliced, a wrap, a pita, a bagel, or a roll.  Other stuff is added to make it taste good — and sometimes to make it look pretty.  […]

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Your Sandwich Wonderizer

How many calories are in your sandwich?  What’s its nutritional value? Here’s a chance to have some fun and learn about what you chow down. Wonder Bread, America’s first sliced bread (1925), and the inspiration for the phrase the  “best thing since sliced bread,” is close to ninety years old. Build Your Own Sandwich Wonder […]

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Want To Save Close to 100 Calories at Lunch?

Lunchtime.  What will it be?  Maybe a sandwich – it’s nice outside – good day to eat on a bench in the park.  Salad is way too messy.  Sandwich or a wrap is the way to go. Lots of choices for the sandwich filling:  ham, turkey, roast beef, cheese, tuna, grilled veggies . . . […]

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