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How to buy and keep deli meats

  • Buy deli meat as close to the time you plan to use it as possible. Think Sunday supermarket shopping, not Friday.
  • Store it in an airtight plastic container or zip-close bag.
  • Eat it within five days (not a problem with these tasty ideas).

1. Sticks in Blankets

Wrap meat slices around cucumber, carrot, celery, or bell pepper spears—or go more exotic with jicama or bamboo shoots. These make a terrific one-handed desk lunch.

2. Italian Lettuce Wrap

Fill a lettuce leaf with sliced meat, giardiniera (a mix of pickled carrots, cauliflower, celery, peppers, and onion), and 1–2 Tbsp diced hard provolone or mozzarella. (Tip: Big, sturdy iceberg lettuce leaves do a great job containing the zesty filling.)

3. Chef’s Grain Bowl

Top cooked bulgur with roasted veggies and chopped deli meat. Drizzle with balsamic vinegar or your favorite low-fat vinaigrette.

4. Frittata

Fill this egg classic with your favorite chopped deli meat and vegetable combo (think turkey and broccoli, ham and asparagus, roast beef and spinach). Remove the frittata from the office fridge 15 minutes before you plan to eat—it tastes best at room temperature.

5. Sandwich Time

Mound sliced meat on your choice of bread, wrap, or sandwich thin. Then pile it high with lettuce, tomato, shredded cabbage, roasted peppers, and/or grilled veggies.

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r/weightwatchers — Low point deli meat and shredded cheese

I keep seeing people on Instagram post sandwiches and reporting their deli meat as 0 points. Any time I scan deli meat though it comes up as having points, typically 1 point per 2 ounces. Anybody know the deal with this? Are people not tracking deli meat? Or is there some brand I haven’t found that’s 0 points?

Laughing cow spreadable cheeses are 1 pt per triangle, and they have all kinds of flavors, gouda, mozzarella, spicy pepperjack, etc.

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Staying hydrated and using zero points foods helps, but I also have accepted that being hungry is just part of the process.

For real hunger, usually I deal with it by telling myself that it’s just ‘shrinking pains’ and picture myself getting skinnier by the moment. It puts a positive spin on a negative feeling.

Boredom is definitely a culprit for a good portion of my «hunger». If you’re looking for a snack stop and ask yourself if you’re really hungry. Fix yourself a glass of water and find something to distract yourself for a little while. I’ll read, watch tv, go for a walk (exercise is an appetite suppressant too), play a video game, pull weeds from the garden, etc.

For both real and boredom hunger, I also find it helpful to maintain a meal schedule. I eat four smaller meals and that helps a lot, and I eat at 8, noon, 4, and 8. If I’m genuinely hungry and I still have more than half the time left until my next meal I’ll have a snack, but if there’s less than 2 hours I remind myself I can have a meal soon and that makes it easier to wait too.

None of this works perfectly all the time, but the combination of changing my mindset, finding replacement behaviors, and building up my discipline has had a cumulative effect. As of this morning I’m down 42 lbs since Christmas of 2017! Keep looking for ways to change your thinking and create new behaviors to replace the negative ones you don’t want, and you’ll find what works for you over time!

Sorry I didn’t see this last night…but I looked it up this morning.

The only brand that WW has points listed for is Boars Head..but I’m sure its probably the same for other varieties.

Here are their totals. It looks like 2 oz is 2 pts for all.

When I buy my deli meat I always ask the girl at the counter for the label info and I write it down in a little notebook. When I get home, I write the points value on the label of the bag they put it in. There is so much to remember that if I didn’t do that, I’d be writting the wrong points down all the time! The girl saw me with my points slider one day and asked if I need to know the info (obviously one of US) We’re everywhere!

I hope this helps.

Colette

POINTS values
Boar’s Head Londonport, top round seasoned roast beef, 2 oz = 2
Boar’s Head Oven-Roasted Choice Top Round, No Salt Added, 2 oz= 2
Boar’s Head Seasoned Cap-Off Top Round Fillet Of Roast Beef, 2 o=z 2
Boar’s Head Deluxe Low-Sodium CapOff Top Round, 2 oz= 2
Boar’s Head USDA Choice Cap-Off Top Round Pastrami, 2 oz= 2
Boar’s Head No-Salt Added Cap-Off Top Round, 2 oz= 2
Boar’s Head Cooked Cap-Off Choice Corned Beef Top Round, 2 oz= 2

— Edited by Colette at 15:26, 2006-03-19

Easy meals start here

Buy one pound sliced lean, low-sodium turkey, chicken, roast beef, or ham. At about three ounces per serving, you have plenty for five lunches. 

How many WW points are lunch meats?

How many WW points are lunch meats?

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How many WW points are lunch meats?

Ham?
Roast Beef?
Turkey?
Salami?

In the book it seems like 1 pt. per slice but online it says 1 pt. per 2 oz. How much is 2 oz…1 or 2 slices? Chat Icon

Posted 2/7/10 5:17 PM 0 point deli meat : weightwatchers
 
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Re: How many WW points are lunch meats?

It depends on the brand. Boars Head is usually the lowest in points. I think it’s 1 pt for 2oz of chicken or turkey

Message edited 2/7/2010 5:44:52 PM.

Posted 2/7/10 5:44 PM 0 point deli meat : weightwatchers
 

Re: How many WW points are lunch meats?

Posted by DaisyGirl

It depends on the brand. Boars Head is usually the lowest in points. I think it’s 1 pt for 2oz of chicken or turkey

This is true..so, if you get a 1/4 lb. you can either have 2 pts worth of meat or split it into 2 sandwiches, depending

Posted 2/7/10 7:15 PM 0 point deli meat : weightwatchers
 

Re: How many WW points are lunch meats?

I get the Deli Fresh…they’re 1 pt for 6 slices (turkey)

Posted 2/9/10 9:13 PM 0 point deli meat : weightwatchers
 

Re: How many WW points are lunch meats?

I use Hormel Natural Choice and I believe they are 1pt for 4 slices of Turkey

Posted 2/11/10 10:11 AM 0 point deli meat : weightwatchers
 

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