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First, peel the cucumber. Then, slice it in half horizontally and scoop out the inside. You can then fill that space with whatever sandwich fillings you'd like! The Doctors taste both a Mediterranian veggie sandwich and a turkey and cheese one, both on the cucumber slices.
Using these cucumbers instead of traditional bread will save you roughly 150 calories.
Cucumbers are very hydrating; Chiropractor expert Dr. Bryan Absolo says he usually throws them in his morning smoothies. Now, he can have cucumbers at lunchtime too!