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Paleo meals for roadtrip?

Answered on April 11, 2014
Created April 10, 2014 at 9:39 PM

I am travelling 8 hours tomorrow with no time to stop anywhere. Does anyone have good ideas for paleo friendly snacks and meals that I can eat on the way? (Besides the usual raw veggies, fruit, hard boiled eggs, beef jerky etc).

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on April 11, 2014
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If you can spare 30 minutes somewhere...

Any of the burrito-like restaurants will work: Chipolte, Qdoba, Moe's, Barburritos, etc. if you get a bowl.

Anywhere with an awesome salad bar, like Ruby Tuesday's or Jason's Deli.

Any Whole Foods or Whole Foods clone, like Earth Fare.

Any "American Dining" style place which offers salmon and steamed broccoli, just bring your own fat source. Ghee or olive oil seem appropriate since no refrigeration is required.

Most convenience stores will offer raw almonds and fresh fruit. Not organic, but take what you can get.

Most diners aren't great, but you can get low-quality bacon and eggs.

Yelp can be your friend in helping you find "farm-to-table" style restaurants.

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on April 10, 2014
at 11:35 PM

Pork rinds are my go-to road trip snack, although most in stores are cooked in bad vegetable oils. If there is one, try a Mexican grocery store. Mine cooks the pig skin in leaf lard and they are cheap to boot!

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on April 10, 2014
at 10:28 PM

Dried fruit, nuts... you can stop and get a salad at a fast food place, just ask them to hold the cheese and the meat (which almost always has tons of added perservatives).

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