CaseyD Posted May 19, 2013 Share Posted May 19, 2013 I'm not crazy obsessively trying to stay Whole30 here, but I've learned through too much trial and error that I have to stay on the AIP version of the Whole30. I have way too many food reactions at this point in my life. But, this is a recent thing I have learned about myself. I'm three weeks away from my due date on my second pregnancy and in discussions with the hospital that I will be delivering at, I've come to accept that they cannot accommodate my dietary restrictions. I'm stressing out about this, honestly. They don't have refrigerators that we can stick food in and the microwave is down in the cafeteria. I can bring food in, but they're not really set up to make that easy for you. Does anyone have any experience with hospital stays where you brought in your own food, or have creative suggestions? I have a food dehydrator, but I'm a newbie with it and am pretty clueless on what to dehydrate (or how to make it actually taste good, apparently). Or, good portable foods that I can just buy and pack in my bag? I know I could do things like canned fish and olives - but what else? I need some help brainstorming how to handle this! I'm pretty limited too by the fact that I can't tolerate nightshades, so I don't know if I could even find a beef jerky that would work! My pregnancy brain is just not helping me think this through right now, so I really appreciate any suggestions/advice anyone has!! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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