When I first started, I made sure to have keto-safe snacks on hand. Pre-measured servings of walnuts or pecans in plastic bags. Two of the little Babybel cheeses. Tins of sardines and anchovies. 100% chocolate broken into individual serving sizes in their own plastic bags. Or some salami or luncheon meat slices.
If I had to eat something between meals, I would go for one of those. Or if possible, water, or tea, or black coffee. I have to be DAMNed hungry to just eat anchovies straight out of the can, by the way. Sardines, on the other hand, are great.
After a while, I never needed to take the snacks with me to work. Whatever I had made for lunch was good enough. And later, it was no big deal if I forgot to make lunch - I could go from breakfast to dinner without eating.
I made some of the keto bread from the recipe on DietDoctor.com. It turned out OK, and was ok when toasted and buttered, but in general I’d rather just skip bread rather than trying to replace it. It wasn’t some great taste sensation, but edible, so why deal with that? I made like 6 rolls, ate 4, threw the others out, never made it again.