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What's your Subway sandwich of choice?
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Posted 5/24/14
Italian BMT on Wheat, American Cheese, Lettuce, Pickles, Jalapenos, Mustard. Toasted.

mmmmmm
Posted 5/24/14
White bread. Meat: Seafood, meatball or chicken. Salads: Everything with basils, and avocado. Cheese: Swiss (because they remind me of cheese in Tom & Jerry). Sauce: Hot chilli, BBQ or tomato. Drink: Red Fanta. Cookie: Chocolate chip
Posted 5/24/14
What is mistakenly called a Muffaleta.
Posted 5/24/14
Ahem. Toasted wheat bread. Turkey, provolone, and a little bit of lettuce. Light mayonnaise, jalapenos and banana peppers.
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25 / M / Seattle, WA
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Posted 5/24/14
Egg, ham and pepperjack cheese on nine grain honey oat with chipotle sauce.

Low calories and filling.
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Posted 5/25/14 , edited 5/25/14
BLT : toasted wheat bread, honey mustard, mayo, lettuce, pickles, swiss cheese.

With my trustworthy Dr.
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Posted 5/25/14
I generally don't pick up and eat sandwiches I find on the subway.
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Posted 5/25/14
You can get some great veggie subs at Subway.

Subs of choice at subway:

Italian B.M.T. - Italian bread, the meats that come with it, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomato, vinegar, extra oil, black pepper, oregano, and sometimes black olives, when I feel like having them with all this other stuff.

Subway melt - flatbread or Italian bread - toasted, the meats that come on it, shredded orange and white cheddar, lettuce, tomato, a little extra mayo, black pepper.
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25 / M / Alaska, USA
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Posted 5/25/14
I'm a simple sandwich guy. I either get a Meatball Marinara on Italian with just American Cheese, toasted, or I snag a Steak and Cheese with American Cheese, toasted, with a little bit of pepper.
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Posted 5/25/14
Breakfast, toasted hearty italian with sausage, bacon, cheese, bbq sauce with tomato sauce.

Or meatball with pepper cheese with bbq & ketchup. Also toasted hearty italian.


Sometimes i have lettuce but usually not cos its too moist, makes the sub colder. Also not a fan of much veg.
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20 / M / Australia
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Posted 5/25/14
Italian herbs and cheese bread, chicken fillet, no cheese, lettuce, capsicum, tomato, carrot, cucumber, olives, salt n pepper, and topped with sweet chilly and mayonnaise sauce. sooooo good.
The way i see it the more "free" salad you jam in there the bigger meal you get for the same price
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22 / M / Edmonton, Alberta
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Posted 5/25/14
Italian herb and cheese, steak and cheese, lettuce, cucumber, and black pepper
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Posted 5/25/14 , edited 5/25/14
Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki - lettuce, tomato, onions, sweet onion and toasted, american cheese.

The bread really is the thing I move around the most - I would say though I gravitate maybe lightly more to the wheat lately though.
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20 / F / Australia
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Posted 5/25/14
For 4 years I ALWAYS got a meatball sub, but in a wrap instead of a bread roll.
Nowadays, I normally will get white or honey oat bread toasted with slices of cheddar cheese, meatballs or chicken parmigiana topped with lettuce, pickles, onions, olives and Aioli sauce.
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27 / M / Australia, Melbourne
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Posted 5/25/14 , edited 5/25/14
Sweet onion chicken teriyaki on Italian herbs and cheese bread toasted with cheese and the choices consisting of lettuce, cucumber, tomato, red onion, carrot, bit of salt and pepper and thousand island sauce.
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