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Non-smelling, non-refridgerated lunches

Ali | | Jan 13, 2008 09:42 AM

The fridge at work is the size of a dorm room fridge, and with around 50 ppl sharing it, I don't feel like fighting for space. With no lunch room of any sort, most of us ending up eating lunch at our desk, and since we're in cubicle land, smells travel easily.

Does anyone have any non-[offensive] smelling lunch ideas that require little refrigeration? (I do have a little insulated lunch pail thing that will keep things cool, just not cold.) The trick here, though, is that, with a good chunk of the office doing this biggest loser challenge thing, I think even the smell of butter is somewhat offensive - which means the pocket pies, which requires a brief turn in the toaster, I made for lunch in the last week aren't great ideas when there are tons of hungry people about.

I might have to start resorting to sandwiches soon, and that would be sad since I'm not a big fan of the standard American cold cuts. (It's going to be great when spring comes, and I can eat outside without worries of traveling smells.)

Please help. (And much thanks in advance.)

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