Honey Sue Posted August 11, 2013 Share Posted August 11, 2013 I will be travelling a lot during the fall and while I usually don't have any problems eating Whole30-compliant while I'm away I've discovered that the in-flight meals ususally doesn't fit this plan. I can usually get something that's gluten-free OR dairy-free, sometimes if I'm lucky it's both, but they can never guarantee it, and they can't provide soy/legume-free meals. Also, I'm allergic/sensitive to chicken, and I've noticed that it's very common as airplane food. They only cater to special needs if you have a life-threatening allergy and can prove that you need to carry an epipen, which I don't. So, I need to bring something which I can eat on long flights. I used to make "snack packs" with beef jerky, nuts and dried fruit/berries, but I'd rather not eat a whole lot of them as the dried fruit is a bit to sugary for me (and on flights that are 6+ hours I need something more "meaty"). I'm going to try the meat and spinach muffins from Well Fed, they seem portable enough, but it would be great to have some more ideas on what I could pack! I'm open for all suggestions that doesn't need to be heated, can be brought on a plane and doesn't contain chicken. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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