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gluten-free Survival Kit For Vehicle

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I'm seriously thinking of making a gluten free survival kit to keep in my van. It would be just the thing for when I'm short on time when on the road or run into a situation where there's no gluten-free food available.

 

Has anybody done something like this?

 

Any thoughts or ideas on good non perishable gluten-free foods to keep on hand? I was thinking dried fruit, nuts, vegetarian jerky (there is a soy based vegetarian brand that's gluten-free), canned fruit, etc.

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I keep options in my daily go bag and then extras in each of our vehicles stored in our emergency go bags that are stowed outta the way with the spare.

 

vacuum sealed nuts and those squeezable baby foods that we call "astronaut food" cuz we are not babies are in all my kits...extra gluten-free protein bars and homemade dried fruit & jerky (again vacuum sealed) in the emergency kits as there are a few of us that may need something in an emergency situation.

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If I am going to need more than just the snacks I keep in my purse at all times, I focus on protein like nuts and jerky, they keep you filled up longer.  I like the squeezy fruit stuff, too.

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I keep Lays potato chips, crackers, small can of Bush's baked beans, tuna, protein bars, juice, and an oatmeal breakfast by Vigilante Eats.  They are expensive, but very filling, and all you need to do is add water (either hot or cold) for a very filling meal.

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