Elliottsmama Posted June 19, 2013 Share Posted June 19, 2013 So I am post Whole30, but trying to stick to Whole30 anyway. The only changes I have made to the strict Whole30 plan is allowing the teeny tiny amount of sugar that is found in bacon, ketchup, and sausage, and I occasionally have a veggie smoothie. We are traveling by plane to a wedding next week. We will be there Wed-Mon and will have a car to go to the stores. The hotel has a full fridge and a stove, but not an oven. - Can you help me figure out what I should buy and bring? I'm going to try to pack some spices and coconut oil and stuff like that so I don't have to buy those when I get there. What else do you think I should pack? - We have a long flight and a short layover. What are some good foods for the plane? I can't eat many nuts. What do you think of some paleofied snacks for the plane such as muffins (almond meal, NO sugar/stevia/honey) or something like that? Just for the plane. If you think some paleofied things are okay for just this purpose, can you think of anything else that I should make? I'm thinking of the following for the plane: - paleo muffins (almond meal, dates, banana, carrots, eggs, and walnuts) - fruit and nuts - larabar - HB eggs (the other passengers will love me) - deli meat from Whole Foods I'm thinking of bringing: - cinnamon - sea salt - pepper - coconut oil I'm thinking of the following meals for the trip: - eggs, bacon/sausage, peppers, onions, mushrooms - ground beef and tomato sauce with mushrooms and zucchini - salad and deli meat (from Whole Foods) with avocado, HB egg - grass fed hot dogs or burger, sweet potato "fries", salad - chicken of some sort, veggies,, and avocado - some fruit, some nuts, coconut milk I'll have leftovers too since I know we'll be eating out a lot. Speaking of which, I have not eaten out at a restaurant since starting Whole30. It was too hard to find restaurants where I could be sure I was 100% compliant. I don't have to be 100% compliant since I already finished my Whole30, but I want to try to be as close as physically possible. Can you tell me what the lesser of the evils are when I order food? Should I worry more about hidden sugars or unknown oils/seasonings? I've found that the hardest thing with eating out was the "bad" oils in things or hidden sugars. Should I not worry about this much and just do the best I can? Thanks for reading my long post and for helping me out. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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