Breakfast today was an asiago bagel from earlier this week that was stashed in the freezer with some onion and chive cream cheese.
For lunch I used a meal credit at the same bagel place to buy a chicken caesar salad. I can't really say anything else about it except it tasted like a pre-packaged caesar salad, with extremely pale chicken, slightly wilted and bitter romaine, and generic tasting bottled dressing. I ate the whole thing along with a glass or two of water.
Later that day I went to a different venue to use a meal credit to buy stuff for dinner: A chicken caesar wrap (gosh damn I eat a lot of chicken caesar-related items), some carrot and celery sticks, and a hummus snack pack.
I unwrapped the filling from it's ginormously oversized tortilla, figuring that's where the bulk of the 720 calories laid.
$5.25 doesn't get you much
The carrots were dry and had an unpleasantly flaky feel on the outside, but were still edible nonetheless. I ate half the pack with some peanut butter, and stored the rest in the fridge.
The hummus was actually pleasantly garlicky, but the bread was a miserable excuse for a pita that tasted like the most generic carb possible. The cherry tomatoes, which were actually nicely sweet, felt like afterthoughts since they were only two of them alongside a lonely broccoli floret. I ended up eating the whole thing either way. My beverage of choice was a bottle of half tea half lemonade and for dessert I had some chocolate-covered raisins from a Costco-sized jar that I brought up from home... And when I mean some I basically mean two handfuls throughout the night of homework and Facebook browsing.