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  1. kirkor

    Whole30 perishable food in carry on

    Tinned fish should be ok as well. I've heard a small % of dickish TSA people might squawk about the "liquid" in the tin, but realistically it shouldn't be an issue. I've been in your situation:
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    Too much of a good thing?

    I'd toss a little beef in there at some point, but you've got chicken, tuna, and eggs throughout the day so I don't see any concern with variety. See my "monomeal" thread linked in my signature below
  3. What is your height/weight? If the portions you listed are truly representative of your typical day, I dunno if I'd go any lower. Some of Melissa's thoughts on the subject:
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    Cooking spray

    Saw a spray the other day of duck fat of all things! Only ingredients were duck fat and natural flavors.
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    Canned sweet potatoes

    It's the Whole30 unicorn. Maybe there's a baby food version?
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    Carrageenan is potentially a big one:
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    So many dishes to wash

    This is also where bulk meal prep can come in handy -- get all of the week's chopping/roasting/etc. done at one time.
  8. There was no sugar in it? That'd be unusual for mass-market cured meat.
  9. Fair enough. Just be careful of using that solution when you roll through a Dairy Queen drive-thru after work
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    Gearing up to start May 1st!

    I mean, as far as things go, snacking on Brussels sprouts is probably one of the least sketchy things you could do. The fact that it's 10pm and you knew you weren't hungry kinda gives you the answer, yes? But hey, some people would have dived in to a bowl of nuts and dried fruit in that situation, so by sticking with a veggie you are already a head above the crowd. Use it as an opportunity to learn about yourself.
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    Compact Lunches (physically compact)

    Tins of sardines are compact and don't need refrigeration, but then, eating sardines in an office environment can cause other issues:
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    Galactic Hog Skins...!

    Not only are they non-Whole30, those also the most EXPENSIVE pork rinds I've ever seen!
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    Energy Balls

    lol ya reminds me of how I've long marveled at how marketers got the "protein bar" label to be accepted on what should clearly be called "carb bars".