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    Arbie's

    Im not on a big cutting cycle, just trying to eat good. I was woundering if the arbie's roast beef sandwiches were good or if they had a lot of hidden fat that I dont know about. Thanks

    Billy

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    yes there is more fat than you realize, sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by bc56f100
    Im not on a big cutting cycle, just trying to eat good. I was woundering if the arbie's roast beef sandwiches were good or if they had a lot of hidden fat that I dont know about. Thanks

    Billy
    Get one of the pamphlets. Ask the guy at the counter where it is. They like to make them inconspicuous.

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    totally sick shyt

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    Fack Arby's, Hardee's thick burger is where its at....(I havent had a burger for atleast a half a year and my cutting will be done on april 4....Thick Burger cheat meal planned for April 5th....prepare for it baby!!!)

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    Terrible food for BB'ing.

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    A regular Arby's RB has about 320 cals and 13 grams of fat, 6 being saturated fat. If you look at the nutrition info, it isn't that bad overall. There are probably better choices, but you could do a lot worse. The giant roast beef sandwhich is probably the way to go.
    http://www.arbys.com/nutrition/Arbys_US_Nutrition.pdf

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    I agree w/slug.

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    OMG get their turkey wrap low carb thingy its like 50+g Protein mod fat/low carb mostly lettuce/tomatoe w/ 50gPro from turkey. Kinda pricey but it works in a pinch.

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    Yeah, I'd eat that if I were out and about and needed something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    Yeah, I'd eat that if I were out and about and needed something.

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    its the only "Fast Food" i would touch i have all others fried foods make me sick unless its fried peanutbutteR!~

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    I dont know i wouldnt really touch fast food, but liek swole said if ur out n really need something its good, the shoprite near me is amazing, it has this dinning area called the bistro, it has all these salads with sliced chk, brocc, peppers n liekbalsamic vineger, amazzing, n low fat tuna salad, its really the greatest thing

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    Cool deal thanks guys. Ill have to check out that wrap. And try to stay away otherwise.

    Billy

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