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I was wondering if anyone knew of some fairly compliant food choices in Disney World? I am not currently doing a Whole30 but trying to stay somewhat healthy while on vacation so as to not feel like yuck from a lot of poor choices.
So, here's the deal. My wife and I are taking our two girls to Disney World in a week. We have had this trip planned for a long time and are very excited. I had thought about saving Whole30 until after this trip but really wanted to start the process of feeling better so I could really enjoy the Disney experience. Now I feel better but realize this is not going to be an easy trip as a Whole30 convert. We are staying on Disney property and do not have the ability to eat out for every single meal. We need some easy to store and take food ideas that we can pack in our bags for the flight. We will eat out for one meal but will need something to eat for breakfast and lunch. Then, some snacks. Ideas?
And NOT from U.S. Wellness Meats! LOL. I need to buy local and in stores (and less expensive). Their beef sticks look good, though. We are taking the family to Disneyland in 2 weeks, and I need to pack some stuff for myself to tide myself over. We'll be driving (about 5-6 hours), and will probably have one stop to eat (I plan In n Out for a plain, lettuce wrapped burger and unsweetened ice tea). Depending on our hotel room, I plan on either bringing or buying there some compliant foods to store. It's only for a weekend, with only one day at the park (one day driving, one day park, next day driving home.) I plan on plain salads, dry eggs and fruit, or fish (or meat, if possible) for eating out. I already am planning my speech to give at restaurants...lol. What is good and nonperishable, and can bring into the park? It'll be my 24th-26th Whole30 days, and I will NOT mess up! I am very lucky that I do not give in easily to cotton candy and funnel cake . I have my raw nut mix, dried fruit, and..... ?? I've never bought a Larabar before, either. TIA