Emily T Posted January 28, 2014 Share Posted January 28, 2014 I heading to Haiti February 13-19. Unfortunately the timing of this trip is such that I am doing in the smack middle of trying the autoimmune protocol due to a new and very frustrating allergic response to nightshades. I am trying my best to avoid nightshades and their associated spices during this trip, so I can go at least 30 days without them before reintroductions. I expect lots of rice and beans and creole spices to be on the menu. Lord help me!!! I will have access to a kitchen, but I am not sure to what extent I will have time to prepare meals. I have emailed the place where I am staying to inquire about to what extent I will be able to buy my own food. I am planning to reintroduce a few things (seeds, nuts, and possibly eggs if I have time) prior to my trip but I need some advice on what I can pack in my bag in case of emergency. Edited to add: I am NOT concerned about trace amounts of sugar in products, but I need to avoid peppers, tomatoes, and spices per the AIP. So far my ideas are: -Canned tuna -Dried fruit -Larabars (possibly, depending on how the reintro of nuts goes) -Beef jerky (if I can find nightshade free variety) -Canned yans or carrots (gross...just the thought of this...ugh!) Any other suggestions? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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