Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer to your question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I discover an anything. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably can help you..
Hi Tracy. Thanks for the tips. I found the chili recipe, it looks great! I have a dehydrator, so I need to start making the wraps and other things. Do you happen (or anyone else) to have a wrap Medifast recipe that you recommend? I can't wait to try the raw buns.. they look so gooood.....
Do you have Alissa's book? The other day I made her Burger Buns, Carrot Pecan Burgers, and Curry Sauce. I put them all together with some lettuce and tomatoe, wrapped it up in plastic wrap, and I was good to go!.
Alissa's Pizza Bread is also good for making things with that are easily transportable..
Hi Kmik. I don't have Alissa's cookbook, but it sure sounds like I need to order it! I do have her dvds on order though. The mix of Burger Buns, Carrot Pecan Burgers and Curry sauce sounds great.. I love curry and am going to miss cooked indian and thai food, the flavors are just great...
She's also got a spinach dip that resembles something along the lines of palak paneer. I use her book more than any other "cook" book in my life!..
I pack a raw lunch every day for work. My standard is cut up veggies (normally carrots, cucumber, and bell peppers) with some kind of dip or pate. I change the pates up regularly to keep things interesting. I also have some fruit with my lunch usually, and always keep some nuts and dates on hand for an afternoon snack..
I also find that leftovers from a more "gourmet" raw meal keep very well and are easy to transport in a plastic container. I also always have apples during the day, as they are easy to eat and very filling. They are even better cut up and dipped in almond butter, which I put in a tiny plastic container. Raw salads are easy too in addition to just a regular green salad with cut up veggies, things like cole slaw, carrot salad, etc. work great. I've also taken a marinated portabello mushroom topped with guacamole, again in small plastic container.
For me, the key to lunch is simplicity. I hardly have enough time in the morning as it is, so I tend to eat really simply at lunch (unless it's leftovers) and make dinner more interesting. I have not had success with just eating fruit, as others do, because I just get too hungry. I find that some veggies and fats (avocados, nuts) help keep me going all afternoon..
Hope that helps!..