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27 Aug 14
On a fasting day, friends whant to go fast food.
I already convinsed them to go to subway.
But what would your choice be?
Maybe I will get some new Idears.
Turkey sandwich with no cheese and no mayo, but lots of salad. I love subway. Usually on a non-fast day though so I could have the cheese and bit of light mayo as well tbh. And have a water to go with, obviously! x
6 Sep 17
Why not Chipotle? haha
I like Subway too but usually go on NFD. Half a sandwich without all the mayo and all the veggies is good. I usually get the veggie sandwich or roasted sliced turkey. It’s surprising how filling half a sandwich can be.
7 Sep 17
Pass altogether or just have water. Way too much bread for me, on a FD (insulin spike).
8 Sep 17
Last post probably wasn’t helpful. I’d opt for a salad (no bread) or a soup – if either are options at Subway these days &/or go somewhere where you have those options.
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