Is anyone else here a backpacker? I have not been on a long trip in about a year, but I used to be an avid backpacker. Going for a weekend and packing/eating Paleo is easy, but if you need to carry 5 - 7 days worth of food and weight AND volume... (more)
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been paleo for two and a half years, was perfect for the first year which i attribute to just graduating college and having lots of free time and energy. However once i started working things started to get rough. I work as a case manager for... (more)
Yo! Anyone have a good hack for surviving a red eye flight? I believe it's a 6 hour flight, hour layover, then another 1 or 2 hour flight to my destination. Last time I tried magnesium + 5-HTP which did not put me to sleep and I was a mess the... (more)
I have the chance to travel to Viet Nam. I am Paleo because it helps me, but also because I MUST be. A bit of rice here, some gluten there, etc will definitely make me very sick. Does anyone have any experiences, advice? I have traveled widely... (more)
Hey there! I am a german paleo girl and I'm going for a backpacking tour throught Australia (well, actually I just decided today because my inner voice told me not to study laws from the first day but first, to see the world and get some sun -... (more)
I am new to the paleo lifestyle, and I travel a lot for work, in fact, I'll be on the road the next three months. I have researched tons a snack ideas as I'll be travelling by car. My question is how cook and eat a balanced paleo diet. I plan on... (more)
So, I've been in Taiwan for two weeks and because of travels (and my conscious desire to use this special time to test a reintroduction of gluten), I've found out that I don't react at all to gluten. Prior to these travels, I had been strictly... (more)
Hi all, I need some help! Due to work I'll be living in a hotel for the next 2 weeks. No microwave, no fridge. Obviously there are grocery stores near by but I need to plan ahead so I don't spend $$$ eating out. So far I've planned; Hard boiled... (more)
So, my new year's resolution is to walk across the USA. I'm leaving in Spring. I want to connect with my nomadic heritage and my natural environment. Is anyone on the west coast or thereabouts interested in an adventure like this?
Or whichever recipe you find to be delightful. Looking for something that is easy to have sit in a car for about three hours, as we're traveling out of town to meet family. Thanks!
Hi everyone and thank you in advance for your help. My wife and I are planning on a long weekend travelling by bike along the South of England and camping along the way. We will be taking everything with us that we need but I am a little... (more)
My husband and I may be moving to Malta and I was wondering if anyone knew anything about what is available. I've heard that much like Hawaii their native diet has been largely replaced by cheap grains, canned foods, and other easily importable... (more)
I'm traveling from Berlin to Dresden to Prague to Nuremburg to Frankfurt in a few weeks and I'm wondering if anyone has some recommendations on paleo friendly cafes, restaurants, etc. Or, if you have any suggestions on German fare that suits our... (more)
I've heard only good things about the Sauvage in Berlin, I think it's the world's first paleo restaurant http://www.sauvageberlin.com/
I wanted to pick the brains of the hive here...are there any places in the Sarasota, Florida area that a PaleoHacker should definitely hit up? I am already trying to locate a good source of raw cream that I can freeze and pack up (for my pet,... (more)
So I am taking a class over the summer that goes on a roadtrip for 2 weeks in a couple of big vans, camping and staying at hotels. We will be eating at restaurants some of the time and cooking as a group (probably over a campfire) taking turns... (more)
Pickled eggs last for weeks. Nut butters (though not strictly paleo), dried fruit and seaweed snacks...last for long. Canned fish/dried fish would be good as well.
I have to spend 2 months out in the field doing a mixture of hiking and hitting up small towns in rural South America for my research. I'm planning on using it as an opportunity to REALLY get paleo, like as in, maybe not even bring shampoo or... (more)
My husband and I will be traveling to San Diego in a few months and I'm starting to plan. Does anyone have experience with some great Paleo Friendly Restaurants in the area?
I am traveling to Anchorage for business next week. I am wondering if there are any gems hidden among the regular restaurant establishments? Also, does anyone know of any good grocery stores that sell real food? I am taking along some nuts and... (more)
The hidden gems are in people's chest freezers. So many people hunt and fish in AK, if you are going to people's homes, good chance you'll get to try different game.
I'm going to Kenya for a one month volunteer program, and in most of the pictures I've seen, the volunteers eat a lot of the traditional foods. I cannot decipher exactly what they are eating, but I'm hopeful that it won't be hard to adapt to... (more)
In September a group of friends will be traveling from Austin, Texas to Italy and will visit Rome, Cinque Terre, and Milan for two weeks. Five out of seven of us are Paleo but I am the only one that has to be strict because of immediate reactions... (more)
Packing paleo provisions for a trip... I thought I had heard somewhere that hardboiled eggs can do ok without refrigeration for a few days. Any experience with this?
Would you couchsurf if the hosts were paleo? Does paleo make it harder to travel healthily for you? Couch surf is where you stay at a host house when you travel, and often the host will stay your place at some time. If done correctly it save a... (more)
What vitamins should I bring and why? Is it required to have immunization shots before going? How do I prevent malaria? What other advice would you give me? Thanks, p.s. I'm leaving this coming Tuesday (Feb. 7th) (more)
From an evolutionary perspective in which different human populations are subtly adapted to their environment, the fact that you need vaccines makes perfect sense. You and your ancestors are not adapted to the pathogens of Haiti. You could be... (more)