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What's your Subway sandwich of choice?
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Posted 5/26/14
buffalo chicken on Italian herb and cheese toasted with pepper jack cheese - green peppers, banana peppers, cucumber, spinach, olives, ranch and black pepper, no salt
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onibrotonel wrote:

As long as I don't have to pay beyond $5. That $5 commercial got me so good.
I only had the exact cash and I couldn't have it because I had to pay tax with it.
They should said, "$5 plus tax" foot long.


and don't forget it's even more when you add a drink and a air bag.... I mean bag of chips
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21 / F / Missouri
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Steak & cheese
Gets It.
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Nothing, I just tend to make my own submarines after getting cold cuts from a local deli (not prepackaged stuff, nor from a supermarket). o_o
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Meatball Marinara with swiss cheese, olives, lettuce and chipotle sauce on Herbs & Cheese bread.

And some White Macadamia cookies on the side, of course.
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I'd rather eat sushi, but...
My favorite is honey oat with tuna and cheese, all veggies except onion and sweet pepper, and honey-mustard. No extras.

I've tried most of the other fillings, but didn't like them much.
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Bread: Wheat or Flat Bread
Meat: Tuna or Grilled Chicken
Cheese: None
Toppings: Black Olives, Green Peppers, Tomatoes, Lettuce
Sauces: None

So...yeah. It's a bland sandwich by most peoples' standards, but I think it's better because it allows the meat and vegetables to speak for themselves. I'm the same way with salads: no dressing, let the vegetables run the show.
Posted 5/26/14
I always order a different sub because me and my mom always share a footlong so I have to order whatever she feels like eating but we like the same things so it's no problem for me and it's sort of a money saver.
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Bread: Flatbread or the honey oat wheat one or whatever
Meat: Oven-roasted chicken
Cheese: Pepperjack
Veggies: Onions, baby spinach, tomato, lettuce, olives
Sauce: Honey mustard (not too much)

Untoasted is usually the way to go. Or I just have them heat the cheese over the chicken before putting it into the sandwich. I HATE toasted bread. Crumbs go everywhere and into places you didn't know existed.
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25 / M / Iowa
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Italian Herb and Cheese with Turkey, Provolone, American Cheese and a dash of Pepper toasted.
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21 / F / Los Angeles
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Posted 5/26/14

RedDire wrote:

Meatball Marinara with swiss cheese, olives, lettuce and chipotle sauce on Herbs & Cheese bread.

And some White Macadamia cookies on the side, of course.



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Posted 5/27/14
What is that sponge like substance they use instead of bread?
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I go with the Turkey on italian bread with white american. Add some mayo, lettuce, EXTRA tomato (love tomatoes), green peppers a little bit of seasoning & i take it home & finish it with some fresh avocado! Mmmmm...
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22 / M / San Antonio, TX,...
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Italian BMT ^-^
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Posted 5/27/14 , edited 5/27/14
Bread: Italian
Meat: Tuna or Turkey
Cheese: American cheese
Toppings: Black Olives, Green Peppers, Tomatoes, Lettuce
Sauces:



-Mastergold
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