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#16 bartfull

 
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Posted 14 May 2013 - 12:37 PM

Yogurt, planter's cashews, bananas. I don't have to keep anything in my purse because i never go anywhere. :lol:


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Posted 14 May 2013 - 02:46 PM

I hope you don't keep chicken legs in the car for a month, just in case!  :D

 

oops...didn't understand...

 

The things I listed are in my backpack each day.

 

Emergency items in the car are as follows:

 

Almonds.

Individual Almond Butter

Dried Fruit

Squeezable Baby Food

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Water


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Posted 15 May 2013 - 09:18 AM

It's funny, it seems that when I travel I stock up on all kinds of stuff:

more Larabars than I'll need, instant oatmeal (GlutenFrida is my saviour! I even pack a little jar with sugar/almonds/cinnamon that I put in it. Just add boiling water), nuts, chocolate, fruit if I'm travelling domestically, etc. I always bring my own meal on the plane, etc etc.

 

Then when I'm home all that flies out the window and I end up starving and inopportune moments. This thread is a great reminder to keep it together, also why I stocked up on larabars last night.

(the starving usually results in me making a haphazard desperate meal when I get home, and then I wonder why I just ate rice with a lump of peanut butter on top or something ridiculous...)


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Posted 15 May 2013 - 06:42 PM

I carry Sesame Snaps 180 calories so that can keep me going and it's in a small package that is handy to carry.

I also cut a banana in half and put it in a sandwich box when I go out.


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Posted 15 May 2013 - 10:05 PM

I usually have a package of Corn Thins around. They are good with peanut butter. Natural or soy-free peanut butter of course.

 

If I was going to put some stuff aside, it would be dry beans, peas, lentils type of things.  Actually, if you grid your own pea flour it makes real nice instant pea soup with just some hot water and a few spices like salt, pepper and garlic powder.

 

True North nut snacks are good too.

 

I usually have some kind of gluten-free Chex cereal and almond milk on hand.

 

Eggs.

Corn tortillas.

Peanuts.

Usually a bag of oranges or apples etc around too.

Sometimes  pre-cooked ham in the frig.

That and some Daiya cheese and a dried egg and you have a nice quick meal.

Mushrooms.

Avocados.

Sometimes some chips like Food Should Taste Good or Mission corn tortillas.

And sweet potatoes to microwave. 7 minutes and they are ready.


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Posted 16 May 2013 - 04:07 AM

Containers of dried fruit/nuts/seeds.

Apples, bananas, oranges and grapes

Peanut butter

Cheeses

Lara bars.

 

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Posted 16 May 2013 - 04:53 AM

Go Raw Simple Seed Mix Sprouted Sunflower and Pumpkin Seeds

Nu Go Dark Mint Chocolate Chip ( I love sweet, I love Chocolate and I <3 Mint so these are heavenly)

Go Raw cookies

and like many others

Bananas

Larabars

Peanut Butter

Cashews

Corn Chips 


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Posted 16 May 2013 - 07:21 AM

This is stuff at home, I don't go anywhere that require stocking a car or office. It's also dairy free, and chocolate free and grain-free.

 

-Fruits: apples, bananas, oranges, grapefruit, grapes, whatever's on-sale and doesn't require lots of prep (like, say, a pineapple)

-Meat:  Roast is a super easy, if long, meal to prepare, and if you buy a giant roast, you have leftovers that can last a week. Snacking on roast is as easy as opening the fridge and tearing/cutting off a hunk of meat.

-Vanilla flavoured Almond Breeze.

-Natural peanut butter mixed with honey. Sometimes dip an apple into it.

-Eggs. Well, these require cooking, but they're fried or boiled soooo quickly.

-Avocado

-Carrot sticks

-Pre-mixed salad, pre-washed, add your favorite gluten-free dressing, homemade or otherwise.

-Squash, potato, sweet potato, as leftovers. I love all of these mashed with some fried onion. Make a whole giant squash or pounds at a time for lots of yummy snacking.

-gluten-free bacon. You can microwave bacon, it's so easy!

-I believe coconut and apple-cinnamon larabars are grain free too, but haven't had any in awhile.

 

Forgot one, can of coconut milk wish sugar stirred in.


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Posted 16 May 2013 - 10:48 AM

We keep Go Picnic meals stocked too.

Also:
Raw Revolution bars
Tortilla chips and salsa
Squeezable apple sauces
No-bake cookies
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Posted 16 May 2013 - 05:25 PM

So many great ideas from everyone. I feel like i finally have some options. I'm so tired of always eating the same thing. Thanks
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Posted 16 May 2013 - 05:38 PM

Chocolate. as in a piece or two off a good dark chocolate


Mmm chocolate. Now THAT'S my definition of emergency food! :) :)
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Posted 16 May 2013 - 06:15 PM

So many great ideas from everyone. I feel like i finally have some options. I'm so tired of always eating the same thing. Thanks


Have you looked at this thread? There is also a breakfast and lunch one somewhere around here.

http://www.celiac.co...395#entry869192
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Posted 18 May 2013 - 05:21 AM

I am in love with Kind bars.  They're so good, and I can fit two of them in my purse at a time.  At this point, I've got a Kind bar stashed in my car, my laptop bag, my purse, and my desk at school.  They taste so good, and my students are always begging for a piece!  


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Posted 28 June 2013 - 11:54 AM

In my purse there's always Lara or Kind Bars.  Also small packets of tamari soy sauce.

 

At work I stash more bars, lays stax, Progresso Corn Chowder or Clam Chowder, Amy's gluten-free Frozen Entrees, Nutella (to spread on apples, or just eat by the spoonful!), and a box of Chex.

 

At home I stash most of the above, plus hummus and carrots, and dried fruit.  My problem is that some stuff I buy doesn't last long.  Like I can eat a whole bag of Glutino yogurt or chocolate covered pretzels in one setting.  It's a good thing their bags are smaller than the regular ones.


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Posted 28 June 2013 - 05:52 PM

Mmm, I really like those yogurt covered Kind bars! 


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