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Darese

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We are planning a trip to visit my sister in Louisiana next month. Since we are driving, we'll be on the road for 2 days. Can anyone give me new ideas of safe meat to carry along for him. He doesn't complain, but if I were he, I'd be tired of salmon and tuna. Once we get there, I can fix anything, it's just keeping it fresh on the road that I need more ideas for.

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Ener-G sells 2 slice packs of bread. Expensive, but they keep for a long time. You could get some of those and a small jar of nut butter or portion packs and also some jelly. You can get some gluten free portion packs here:

http://www.minimus.biz/

For my daughter I buy almond butter, jelly, Trix, chips, and salami. I send them often in her lunch to school.

She also likes Shelton's turkey sticks, cans of Vienna sausage, corn chips with canned refried beans and/or Nacho Chreese dip (a dairy free dip). You can get shelf stable (until opened) jars of hummus that can be eaten with raw veggies, gluten-free pretzels or breadsticks or rice crackers. There are assorted fruit products like dried fruits, Rollups, apple chips, etc. You can buy small packages of lunch meat and cheese and keep them in a cooler at least for the first day of the trip.

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Dora Star cereal.

Kinninnick K-toos and their brand of animal crackers.

Fresh veggies and Fruit

Already cooked chicken nuggets Bell and Evan's if you have them near you, then just reheat. Could you make pasta dishes or soups and just reheat them too or are you looking at eating in the car?

Hot Dogs

Boars Head brand deli meats is gluten free so that could help with the sandwich variety.


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Get yourself a travel fridge - it saved us on our long drive:

http://www.nextag.com/Rubbermaid-5-Liter-T...177/prices-html

this is a relatively small one, or

http://www.target.com/Wagan-Thermo-Electri...idge&page=1

A slightly larger one.

We were able to bring cheese, meat, yogurt, drinks, cut up fruits & veggies, dip, etc. Heck, since we travelled for Thanksgiving, I was even able to bring a pre-made gluten-free pie crust. It really made things a lot easier for us, and we were able to bring a wide range of food for all of us.

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