Travel in Related Issues & Disorders Posted July 4, 2015 · Report to Admin I recently spent 2 weeks in remote areas of Montana and Wyoming and am quite sensitive to gluten. If you can get access to a microwave in the hotel, that will help. I had to rely on healthy snacking most of the time. Here is my list: Beef jerky ordered online from the Healthy Jerky Company, veggies and chicken broth heated in microwave, gluten free bread and almond butter, gluten free cold cuts from Applegate Farms, almond milk and cereal, gluten-free Pure Bars, raw fruits, carrots, microwavable bacon, gluten-free corn tortillas with cheese and salsa. Even in the most remote towns I was able to find restaurants where I could get a piece of plain grilled meat and steamed veggies. I've had pretty good luck at Chipotle, PF Changs and Carl's Junior (lettuce wrap burger). Sadly, my list is pretty boring but it minimized the amount of times I got sick from gluten. I ate some deli turkey that I thought was gluten-free but I was wrong so I had to sleep that off for half a day. Good luck.