Road Trip Prep, Vegan-Style
By JL Fields on March 08, 2013
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted travel tips and I know there are some new folks reading (hi!) so I thought I would share how I am prepping this morning for a weekend away.
How you prep depends upon where you’re staying. For instance, last weekend we stayed at a B&B so we didn’t have access to a kitchen (and I was told by the inn keeper that they probably could not accommodate me for a vegan breakfast). We did a little research on potential vegan-friendly restaurants for lunch and dinner and I brought cereal, almond milk, and fruit for breakfast, as well as fruit and crackers for snacks.
This weekend we’re staying at a condo in the mountains so we have a full kitchen – we only plan to eat out once – so I’m bringing lots of fun stuff!
Snacks: hummus, crackers, vegetables, fruit
Breakfast: cereal, fruit, fresh juice (I juiced up about a half a gallon of fruits and veggies to take along)
Juice: carrots, celery, beets, cucumber and grapefruit
Lunch: vegan lunchmeat and bread
Dinner: I’m in charge of making a vegan dinner Saturday night for one omnivore, two vegetarians and me. The menu: [click to continue…]
JL Fields is co-author of the forthcoming Vegan for Her: The Women’s Guide to Being Healthy and Fit on a Plant-Based Diet and writes the blog JL goes Vegan.
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