eating road food

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    Apples, pears, grapes and blue corn chips are what I usually take on long road trips.
     


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    Attachment 50122

    thanks anyways [​IMG]
     


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    buy sliced turkey at a super market
    jerkey
    cans of tuna
    those rotisserie chickens

    thats what i usually do when i don't feel like eating out
     


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    The main thing for me on long road trips is to avoid fast food joints.
     


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    im taking a single electric burner so we can cook in hotel rooms or whatever. grocery stops for sure. what foods keep well throughout the day?
     


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    im taking a single electric burner so we can cook in hotel rooms or whatever. grocery stops for sure. what foods keep well throughout the day?

    Being a post doc, I love noodles.

    Good travel food imo, just need a kettle.
     


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    bring a tuppaware and a lunchbox cooler, just make whatever the night before and keep it in that during the day
     


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    Gather some raccoons and corn husks during the evening, so that you have all the ingredients for your favorite breakfast ready to go in the morning!
     


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    Just say fuck it and go to culvers--you're on the road!

    get a basket with a double butter burger with cheese, substitute in cheese curds, substitute in a peanut butter malt (or flavor of your choice)...you have to ask for small or they will make it a medium.

    Hope somebody else is driving after this stop.
     


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    If you absolutely have to eat fast food I would try to stick with subway - arbys roast beef sammich isnt terribly bad for you (skip toppings like cheese) I believe it has ~300 calories. Ill treat myself to one sometimes.
     


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    Simplify: eat at any fast-food joint you find, but be smart about it. I end up usually at Subway or some chicken place. You can find decent, reasonably healthy road food just about anywhere. Drink lots of water
     


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