On the go…?

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    goingnatural
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    Hi fellow yeast fighters!

    I Need some ideas for quick snacks to bring on the go (especially when I am feeling hypoglycemic) . Right now I can’t have any diary or eggs.

    HELP!

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    goingnatural
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    So far Jackie has gave some good recommendations on some other threads:

    I take my food with me everywhere. I cut up a cucumber, peppers, celery, cauliflower etc. I put it in baggies. I boil eggs peal them and put them in baggies, I take a greek yogurt. I put an ice pack in the bottom of an insulated lunch bag. Put my yogurt and eggs close to the ice and pack a little sea salt…it is great. I also pack the same stuff to snack on during my son’s double headers. I don’t eat a lot of meat but I did find organic salmon that comes in these little pouches. In a pinch…when driving to Florida 15 hours I ate that.

    Hope this helps. Good luck. It is hard at first but once you get in the hang of it (on on month 8) it just seems normal.

    Jackie

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    Rachie2712
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    I cut up some celery and cucumber and dip in mashed avocado or cans of tuna are a good snack on the go.

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    captainamerica
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    These are good ideas guys but I think I get what this person is saying in that he or she is looking for something that is more portable. I personally need ideas for something that doesnt need refrigerated that can stay in the car all the time, (no placing it in the car and removing it.) I know almonds arent good and I used to keep them in the car. Is there any other sort of nut that is safe and doesnt have mold? Macadamia nuts etc?
    Thanks

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    hope4eva77
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    i thought plain almonds are ok but u should soak them overnight or bake them 1st ?

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