sandwiches packaging

anonymous asked:

Why is your sandwich questionable?

Okay so let’s say… hypothetically… someone bought a prepackaged $3.75 sandwich as they were leaving campus for a weekend conference because, you know, sometimes the food options are scarce and you don’t know when you might need a sandwich.

Let’s say hypothetically someone never ended up eating the sandwich, so it came back home with them.

Let’s say hypothetically I noticed on Sunday evening that the sandwich packaging said it was supposed to stay refrigerated, which it most certainly was not over the weekend, so someone just threw it in their fridge and hoped for the best.

I ate half of that sandwich this morning and I’m not dead yet, so… victory?


Vegan Onigirazu (Rice Sandwiches)


  •  1 cup cooked sushi rice 
  • ½ tbsp rice vinegar
  • pinch of sugar
  • pinch of salt
  • 2 sheets nori
  • ½ avocado
  • 2 baked tofu strips (See my last recipe)
  • 2 carrots sliced thinly
  • Other veggies of choice 


  1. Cook ½ cup uncooked sushi rice and let it cool. Season the rice with rice vinegar, sugar and salt. 
  2. Lay out a sheet of nori with the textured side up. Place half of the rice in the middle of the sheet. Lay sliced veggies, tofu and avocado on top. 
  3. Fold the sandwich to a little package and wrap it in plastic foil. Then cut in half. 
  4. Enjoy! This is great to pack as a lunch and it’s totally customizable, since you can fill it with whatever you like. 
woman–of–steel replied to your post “today I’ve realized that the ship name for peebee/jaal would be…”

Pb&j is so good! Both as a shipname and sandwich!!

willreignite replied to your post “today I’ve realized that the ship name for peebee/jaal would be…”

It’s actually very tasty. Try with the strawberry flavour.

spectrevakarian replied to your post “today I’ve realized that the ship name for peebee/jaal would be…”

Pb&j is the best thing ever, have you never eaten it?

Honestly I only realized peanut butter was something people ate for real because my bff, who is American, told me about it. It’s never been popular in my country. I must have eaten it once, but when I was very young. I don’t remember it oO

Is it sold as a packaged sandwich in the US? Something people can buy and eat for lunch?

I’ll try to make one if it’s so good :) 

Low-budget, no-waste shopping list

This is my fallback for when I know I’m going to need to cook at least 3 nights a week and won’t be able to order in or drive thru for meals.  

Cooking Supplies

  • Pam nonstick spray or extra butter/olive oil
  • Aluminum foil
  • Parchment paper

Meal Ingredients

  • 2 boxes of linguini and/or spaghetti noodles
  • 1 box rotini pasta
  • 3 jars pasta sauce
  • 1 large bag shredded mozzarella
  • 1 large bag shredded or grated parmesan
  • 1 bulb garlic
  • 1 onion
  • 2 bags frozen veggie medley in steamer bags
  • 1 gallon of milk
  • 1 gallon of vanilla almond milk
  • 6 skinless chicken breasts
  • 2 lbs ground beef
  • 2 lbs ground spicy Italian sausage/breakfast sausage
  • 1 package hot italian sausage links
  • 2 or 3 baking potatoes
  • 1 package bacon
  • 12 eggs
  • unsalted butter
  • olive oil
  • garlic powder

Snacks, Sides, and Quick Meals

  • 1 bag frozen french fries
  • 1 loaf french bread
  • 1 loaf sandwich bread
  • 1 package English muffins
  • peanut butter
  • jelly
  • honey
  • saltines or Ritz crackers
  • 2 boxes cereal (for variety)
  • 1 bag M&Ms
  • 1 bag Skittles
  • deli meat (sliced lunch meat)
  • cheese slices
  • block of cheese for snacking
  • grapes
  • bananas
  • apples
  • pepperoni
  • ground coffee

What to make with this list?

  • Broiled chicken seasoned with olive oil, garlic, salt and pepper, served over pasta and alfredo sauce with steamer veggies on the side
    2 spoons, 2-3 meals
  • Half-arsed lasagna (I submitted this one recently, not sure if it’s up yet - if mods approved, please link?) with garlic bread
    4-5 spoons, 6-8 meals
  • Spaghetti with garlic bread (add in ¼ lb of ground beef browned and mixed in sauce for extra iron/protein)
    1-2 spoons, 2-4 meals
  • Bacon, egg, and cheese sandwiches on English muffins
    2-3 spoons, 1 meal each
  • Breakfast patty sandwiches (sausage patty made from ground sausage and a slice of cheese) on English muffins
    2-3 spoons to prepare, 1 spoon to reheat, 1 meal each
  • Lunch meat and cheese slice sandwiches
    1 spoon, 1 meal each
  • Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches
    1 spoon, 1 meal each
  • Grilled sausages with onion and potato, baked potato and garlic bread on the side
    3-4 spoons, 2-3 meals
  • Naked chicken tenders (grilled with a little olive oil, salt, and pepper) or breaded chicken tenders (flour, egg white, salt, and pepper fried in olive oil) with baked french fries and veggie medley
    4-5 spoons, 4-5 meals


  • Coffee
    1-2 spoons
  • Frozen Coffee/Specialty Coffee
    2-4 spoons
  • Peanut butter and banana and/or honey sandwich
    1-2 spoons
  • Grown-up lunchables (ritz crackers, cheese block, pepperoni, and grapes)
    2-3 spoons
  • Baked from frozen french fries (season if you want!)
    1 spoon
  • Baked potato with butter, salt, and bacon
    2 spoons
  • Cereal with milk or as a crunchy snack
    1 spoon
  • Candy (put it out in big bowls so you grab it in handfuls instead of eating it out of the bag to reduce urge to overeat, if you want to avoid that)
    1 spoon
  • Apple, grapes, or banana
    1 spoon

I hope this helps.  :)  This feeds me and my boyfriend 2-3 meals a day (he sometimes eats lunch at work) plus snacks for about 1.5-2 weeks, normally.  We often have a friend over on the weekends who eats with us, so take this with a grain of salt.  You could probably make it stretch for 2 people and 1 child.

Meal prep for the tournament this weekend!
2 - rice, tofu, veggies, teriyaki sauce
3 - hummus, tofurkey, spinach, bell pepper on a flat out wrap
3 - bagel w/ vegan cream cheese
2 - carrots w/ hummus
2 - pretzels w/ almond butter
5 - Luna bars
1 - almond butter and apricot jam sandwich
2 - packages of raspberries
1 - pint of blueberries
3 - bananas
3 - apples

All done after 1am last night and sealed with tape so no one takes my shit. Now time to nap on this 8 hour drive.

Cooking with Saitama
  • *Genos in the kitchen preparing dinner when Saitama walks in*
  • Genos: Welcome home, sensei. Dinner will be ready in a moment.
  • Saitama: Smells good! Whatcha cooking? *enters the kitchen*
  • Genos: Salmon, and some... Sensei?
  • *Saitama picks up a bottle of spice*
  • Saitama: Well looks like we'll be eating late. Would you just look at the THYME!
  • Genos: (Oh God dammit not this again)...
  • Saitama: But eating on time isn't a-- *pulls a pickle out from the fridge* big DILL!
  • Genos: Sensei please stop--
  • Saitama: Whats wrong? Do you not-- *pulls out package of sandwich meat* give a HAM?
  • Genos: *opens the cooking wine and takes a drink straight from the bottle*