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On-the-go cold Paleo meals?

Answered on September 12, 2014
Created January 21, 2013 at 10:50 PM

My husband drives all day and doesn't have access to a microwave or anything for lunch..he eats in his truck right out of a cooler.

We are just starting Paleo today and I am afraid it isn't going to work if he's going to have no choice but to eat a salad every day, as he will get very bored with that.

What are some good meals to eat the he can pack and not need to reheat?

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on January 22, 2013
at 12:32 AM

What time does he leave before he eats his lunch? He needs to have a very good heat-sealed thermos full of stew/soup with plenty of protein/fat. I'd also make sure he has a big 'ole foot-long sandwich (made with paleo bread or lettuce-wrapped) Italian sandwich full of salami, turkey, ham, lettuce, tomato, peppers, onions, and guac (if he likes guac).

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on January 21, 2013
at 11:27 PM

I get a good quality deli roast beef (medium rare) and roll it up with Swiss cheese. Two slices of beef and one slice of cheese. You can also put a slice of avocado or tomato (or pretty much anything else) in the center as you roll it up. A smear of horseradish or mustard is nice too. Five or six of those little rolls makes a nice lunch.

This of course depends on if you are eating cheese...leave it out otherwise.

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on January 22, 2013
at 08:06 AM

Hi Michaline,

You can easily make a great and healthy salad in 10 minutes: Cucumber, Tomatoes, Onion, Garlic, Egg, Olive Oil, Tuna, Salt, Pepper, Basil.
Very simple but yummi! The Paleo Recipe Book got many great 'takeaway-recipes' if you like to get more resources for your husband. This one site inspired me to get it for my boyfriend (engaged :)) http://timreviews.com/paleo-recipe

All the best,

Eloise

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on January 21, 2013
at 11:22 PM

Avocado, sardines, tuna, salad...

I like peeling & freezing roasted sweet potatoes. Put them in his lunch it'll be like sorbet by lunch.

Also, pretty much any leftover meat works cold... as long as you're following safe food-handling temperature guidelines.

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on January 21, 2013
at 11:13 PM

I fry up some fish/shellfish, put it in a lunchbox with some salad and veggies cooked in coconut oil and just eat it cold. I don't mind it but your husband might.

Salads can be pretty substantial and varied. You can add all sorts of cold meat, eggs or nuts to them. I like to fry some almonds in a pan with coconut oil, peppers and onions and then mix in some raw leaves, chopped cucumber, sprouts and stuff. Herbs are your friend.

Other options:

  • Fruit
  • Nuts on their own
  • Raw food bars
  • Paleo jerky
  • Paleo sushi

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