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My family and I camp all summer and we are still new to eating the whole30 way.   What do you take on camping trips.   We will have an RV so there is a microwave, stove and a campfire.   three kids so kid friendly.  All members are gluten free (not by choice, celiac disease) and two members also have dairy and soy allergies.  

 

breakfast, lunch and dinner ideas please and snacks for hiking trips.

 

 

thanks for your help we do not want to go back to our old way of eating or fall prey to eating bad because we can't figure this out.

 

We already have Applegate hot dogs but we can't live on those for 3 days at a time.

 

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There are a few past threads on this topic:
http://forum.whole9life.com/topic/911-camping-food-ideas/
http://forum.whole9life.com/topic/2796-camping-mealssnacks/

http://forum.whole9life.com/topic/473-camping-trip/

And check out the What's In Your Cooler Whole9 article. https://whole9life.com/2011/07/whats-in-your-cooler/

I find it's easiest to search the forum via Google. Type Whole30 followed by whatever you're seeking, and you'll get links to the posts.

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Burgers in lettuce wraps, steaks, marinade some chicken in a pan and cook it over the campfire.

 

And def foil packets! Throw some chicken and veggies in there with some compliant fat and roast over the fire. Kids love eating out of foil packets! :)

 

Yum. I'm super excited for camping season. :)

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Oh I'm so thankful to read all these wonderful suggestions!

 

We camp as well and trying to plan healthy things so I don't fail myself into thinking that it's okay to give up while camping--because we camp that often over the summer. I'd be giving up every other weekend and then yo-yoing into feeling good, feeling bad, feeling good, feeling bad...viscous cycle.

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Boil in a bag omelets are good fun to make - take ziplock bags with you and break a couple of eggs into each bag. Each person chooses what extras and seasonings to add to their bag and they are then zipped, shaken vigorously to break the eggs and mix it all up and dropped into a pan of boiling water to cook through. Huge fun for kids. 

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