Pack A Light Lunch When Traveling
What To Pack When Traveling
1. Baby Carrots
3. Brie Cheese
4. Sunflower seeds
Taking the train home without visiting the snack or dining car meant being prepared. I took a quick walk from the hotel, after making sure a taxi would get me to the Amtrak on time. With no real idea what would compose my lunch menu, I headed straight for the veggies and fruits Perhaps in the back of my mind I said, "Pack healthy, pack light, pack non-perishable."
Searching the aisle for sweet, juicy, purple grapes, I gave one a taste. It did not live up to my expectations, so that was off the list. Instead, I grabbed a plump package of blackberries.
The center island contained all the exotic fruits and nuts. Everyone loves cashews, but they can be rather rich and caloric. I wouldn't be able to eat a whole container or feel comfortable over-doing them. Scanning the shelves, the sunflower seeds caught my eye because they were unsalted and less expensive. Packaged in a round plastic container, rather than a bag meant that they would not spill out over the floor, nor into the backpack or luggage.
Although the standard convenient banana tempted me, most of them were still a bit green. Carrots came in a variety of packages from large to small. They appeared quite fresh and bright orange. I gathered them into my arms and scurried up the lane, as I needed to get back to the taxi soon.
Just one more thing and the meal would be complete. For this, I by-passed the ice-cream, egg and cheese section along the back of the store where I eyed the blocks and slices of cheese. The 'cheese circle' located in the front of the store, next to the salad and soup bar had a well packaged close-top of brie without the rind. All I needed now were the utensils and store check out.
The four items, blackberries, brie, carrots and sunflower seeds did the trick. Many people at the recent conference talked about a gluten free diet and how that helped their gut and general health. Others spoke about eating as much raw foods as possible and we know fresh organic is best.
You can see the blend of these four foods working well together. The crispy crunchy mini carrots spread with a dab of creamy cheese, then dipped like chocolate sprinkles on an ice-cream cone, into the basket of nutty flavored sunflower seeds. A delightful snack, without the bread or crackers. Fulfilling protein and other needs. The sweet blackberries topped off the lunch and the entire experience.
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