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Meals That Can Be Eaten Cold?
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So I have a school trip coming up, and it's a day long trip. We are supposed to have lunch to the small town we are going BUT with my several food sensitivies and overall weak stomach, I really have to bring my lunch BUT I don't really know what I am going to take...

I asked my teacher to check with the restaurant to see if there was a microwave (then I could heat up my food on a container and eat with my own cutlery), but the trip is after tomorrow and no answer yet.

The meal has to be grain-free and not processed, and I would appreciate suggestions on meals that don't need to be heated. I'm not talking about raw, just... Dishes that can be eaten cold without problems.

Or am I asking too much?

I don't have a microwave to take with me, btw.

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I find cold roasted chicken and zucchini to be very tasty.

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i ditto the cold chicken idea. what about carrot chips? or heck carrots that have been candied are reeeeeealllly good cold (same with apples).

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I am personally a huge salad fan. I like chicken or eggs on my salad for traveling for that protein boost but really whatever floats your salad boat.

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Oh yeah, fried/baked apples are super tasty cold. Can also do turkey if you're tired of chicken.

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I'm taking raw apples already as a snack, but I definitely liked the carrot chips and roasted chicken idea. It has been a while since I had roasted chicken.

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I like sweet potato cold. I just do it in the microwave, let it cool then peel it and put in in fork sized chunks. Goes great with chicken too.

Have a good trip

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Tuna (plain, no mayo) and cheese sticks are also good. You can sometimes find tuna in individual serving cups that peel open. Individual cups of peanut butter or Jif's version of Nutella with some gluten-free crackers or pretzels are also a treat. Roll up lunchmeat and cheese together for a breadless sandwich, or use gluten-free bread or corn tortillas.

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I can't have grains nor dairy...

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