What's some healthy food that I can easily pack and eat almost anywhere (or at least on a bench)?
impressive dose of liver sausage, I've only ever eaten it like in the pic
That's pretty typical for a liverwurst sandwich in the States.
Our stuff is probably a bit more mild than a lot of German and Eastern European stuff; it's basically somewhere between a cold cut and a pate.
If you want an impressive dose try it at one of the tourist delis in NYC.
>ordered pic related not knowing what i was getting into
>pretty sure there's an entire hard boiled egg hidden among the folds
I drink lots of vodka. That cleans out my system, and even cleans my teeth (I haven’t brushed in years, and haven’t had a cavity since).
I also eat a liverwurst sandwich pretty much every day – to counterbalance the effects the vodka has on my liver. I make my sandwiches on seeded rye (because it’s the healthiest bread), with mayo (because eggs are the best protein; I use kewpie, because the msg makes it taste better), coarse mustard (good for the white blood cells), zucchini pickles (because they taste good), and a bunch of baby spinach (just for filler; it could honestly be left out).
I also eat a lot of canned fish (mostly sardines, but also the occasional fancy smoked oysters) on saltines. They give you all your essential amino acids, and provide a nice opportunity to try out various hot sauces, which are generally very low in calories, while high in flavor and immensely prodigious to healthiness.
Aside from that, I drink large amounts of water (anywhere between ice-cold to slightly chilled) every day, always through a straw, and sometimes with a lemon wedge.
To each their own, I say, but I’m just shy of 30 and am doing better than most of you.
natural peanut butter on whole wheat bread.
it's a calorie bomb, but i consider that a good thing. one small sandwich can provide 500 calories, enough to get energize you for 6-10 hours.
When I read random food combinations I often google them to see if I can find a picture.
This time I have failed.
Still inspired to make some Hawaiian style half-mayo macaroni salad tomorrow.
That place is disgusting, the waitstaff is rude, the plates dirty, and the prices are stupidly high, but then I wouldn't expect anything else from the 50s on the west side of Manhattan. They're used to getting the moron yenta crowd there and it's full of cockroaches. That whole neighborhood is filled with cockroaches.