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If its hot out wrap chicken in foil slap it in the engine compartment go 100mph and or get out the mapp gas torch and fry the hell out of a steak in an old frypan. OR go modern. Buy a 12volt 1000 watt power inverter , take moms microwave and road cook.. hell with fast food..
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Hard boiled eggs and lots of them. Great cold or warm. If in the shell don't need refrigeration for the day. Drink milk, lots of milk natures protein shake.
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Beef jerky
Costco has 18oz for under $10 which is over 230 grams protein and about 100g carbs. Great for on the go.

Big packs of turkey/chicken lunch meat. Swing into grocery store every morning instead of mc donalds
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Costco has 18oz for under $10 which is over 230 grams protein and about 100g carbs. Great for on the go.

Big packs of turkey/chicken lunch meat. Swing into grocery store every morning instead of mc donalds
I phucking love beef jerky. But chewing it gives me jaw cramps!
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If its hot out wrap chicken in foil slap it in the engine compartment go 100mph and or get out the mapp gas torch and fry the hell out of a steak in an old frypan. OR go modern. Buy a 12volt 1000 watt power inverter , take moms microwave and road cook.. hell with fast food..
LOL. Mapp gas torch it!
   
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LOL. Mapp gas torch it!
Ive actually used a bernzomatic on the job to heat shit up before. Works pretty good, but never tried to actually cook meat with it.lol
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Wife said in south america they'll have a whole pig where they cook it with blow torches and shave off meat as it gets cooked.

Another idea is those heat and eat pork loins, those taste pretty good. Or swing into grocery store for rotisserie chicken, $6 or so for a whole chicken cooked. My mouth is watering now.
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For 650 a month you can use my Fit foods and then you would only need the mobile refrigerator or cooler to constantly keep icing to keep those things fresh and that is one option if money is not an issue
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For 650 a month you can use my Fit foods and then you would only need the mobile refrigerator or cooler to constantly keep icing to keep those things fresh and that is one option if money is not an issue
Do they ship the meals to you? After looking at their website some of their locations weren't always close to where I've been working
   
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Grocery store rotisserie daily w oats and veggies...u gonna have to do daily prep...call em up they might ship
   
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