We are all headed out today on a trip. Elena is thrilled to be going on a plane again, Joel and I will be thrilled when we get there (motion sickness, anyone?). I usually don’t have time to make a lot of food for our trip, but let’s face it, airport food can be about as bad as it gets.
So this time we decided to put our budget towards high quality, nutrient rich food to bring along with us. I am so happy that we did, because we have some delicious food to bring with us! Because I was low on time, I decided to keep things simple.
Pictured above is our lunch plan, homemade biscuits , Organic Air Dried Beef (very nutrient rich and so yummy), and organic grapes. How’s that for a simple, nourishing, gourmet plane meal?!
Dinner is going to be flat iron pastured beef (bought pre-made from New Seasons which is where I bought the air dried beef) which is delicious cold, more biscuits, organic cucumber slices and carrots.
Snacks include (for plane ride and for destination):
Delicious Honey Nut Bars
Go Raw “cookies” ( a special treat)
Dried apples and Roasted Plantain chips from Trader Jo’s.
Leftover Cold Pancakes (we’re weird, but we like cold pancakes).
Any leftover snacks can be used while we are on the rest of our trip. I think we will be well fed!
So that’s what we are bringing on this trip. Now, how about you? What do you like to bring on trips? Have any nourishing tips for the rest of us? (I will be “around” on my blog here and there, but won’t be as available to answer questions this week).
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