So I'm in Cape May, NJ visiting family this weekend so I wanted to talk a little about paleo snack food. Knowing I was going to be doing a 7.5ish hour drive I planned ahead, I would say eating paleo on the go at fast food joints really doesn't gel since included in my paleo plan is the desire to eat unprocessed as often as possible. So here's my kit of what I packed. (way more food than I needed, but it's nice to be prepared)
In my kit:
carrots, apples, nut + raisin/cranberry trailmix, very small oranges, pears, an avocado, the apple cider donuts I made, and the chocolate covered cookie dough bites I made (I was really bringing home to share them with family, but if they didn't all make it that would be okay). Before I hit the road I had a hearty steak and eggs breakfast with an avocado and set off on my journey. I hit one rest stop midway in PA and got an Americano and a water, and other than that this was more than enough food (it's also for my weekend here to keep my staples going. and the oranges are just awesome).
I ended up spending the night in Philly and ate at a lovely gastro pub called Stateside with a friend
Basically to stay paleo on the road, plan ahead, pack food that is okay for you. Or sit down and eat a real meal, since it's not hard to eat paleo at a real restaurant with real food- fast food is not real food in my mind, sorry guys.
Anyway, thanks for following me along for this past month, if you like what you see I asure you there will be more next month. Hopefully a redesign, maybe a move to wordpress, who knows, but I like to dream big. In closing Pepper would like you to know that she helps with the blogging process.