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Road Trip Paleo Food

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Me and my wife are going to be driving from San Diego to Seattle. We plan on making the drive in 2 to 3 days. We have been doing paleo for about a month. What are some good road trip paleo foods? Our goal is to avoid restaurants if possible.

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Coconut flakes, beef jerky (be careful), fruits, veggies, hard-boiled eggs (in cooler), and many other things. Some of the more well-known bloggers have postings on this very subject as they travel around.

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For snacks and quick lunches: jerky, veggies, fruit, and nuts. I wouldn't recommend a lot of fruit or nuts usually, but for a trip like this, they are really handy. Spend some time researching jerky, and get enough for the trip. (Even better, make your own!) Just be careful the jerky you choose doesn't use wheat at all, and preferably not soy -- sadly, most do. Veggies and fruit will keep during that time, so prewash them, and you should be good to go.

For more bulk food and for bigger meals, I suggest cooking up a 2-4lb roast of some kind (top/eye/bottom round), and slicing it thin - there you go: homemade lunch meats! :-) This should keep 2 days, but if your going on 3, I'd refrigerate it at night if possible.

If you will have access to a microwave (hotel at night?), then bring some sweet potatoes along. Pretty darn easy to microwave.

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Good suggestions so far. You could also bring canned fish like salmon, tuna, or sardines.

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