Build a Slammin' Sandwich
If the thought of eating a sandwich brings on nightmares from your school days of eating the same old boring thing day after day, wake up! Sandwiches are portable, affordable, and a great way to pack in cancer-fighting foods with little effort.
Sandwiches can be easy to take with you to appointments or treatments so you can fit your nutrition into your busy schedule. They can be a complete meal or snack. You can make some sandwiches in advance, wrap individual portions, and refrigerate them for a meal tomorrow when you may not feel well after treatments or procedures. Share this list of ingredients with someone who can make a sandwich for you when you aren't feeling well enough to grocery shop or prepare food.If you can't stand to smell or be around a hot prepared meals, sandwichs can fit the bill with low aroma and help fight nausea.
You can also use this list to create a salad. Instead of using a bread base, you can include a carbohydrate such as whole wheat crackers, rye croutons, or whole wheat pita chips.
Cut the bread in interesting shapes like triangles, circles or rectangles.
Scoop the center out of a round unsliced bread to make a bread bowl then add your sandwich fixings into the bowl.
Don't like bread? Use the outer leaves of ice burg or romaine lettuce for a lettuce wrap sandwich.