T R A V E L I N G without compromising your health(goals), your budget, while creating minimal waste. We're mid-way through a big road trip and this is most of what we have left. We have worked our way already through a whole box of bananas (35lbs), 5 young Thai coconuts to ensure Desi is happy (well fed and hydrated), 5 golden Dewlicious melon (see previous post) and a box of ataulfo mangoes.
1) coconut aminos, staple spices, artisana nut butters, hemp seeds, coconut shreds, chia seeds, and fruit leathers I made ahead of time (chia-goji-blueberry, strawberry-chia-peach, strawberry-chia-banana)
2) more ataulfo mangoes, homemade spaghetti sauce (made by Eric's mom) and tinkyada brown rice spinach pasta for Eric, coconut oil for skin (it's dryer up north y'all), reusable snack bag with garlic cloves in it, and dates.
3) snack bars, sun dried tomatoes for sauce or dressing, pita lavash, cans of coconut milk, and sweet potatoes for Eric, date rolls, dried jackfruit (yummy but tough), pistachios, Flackers (yum!), a knife, a cutting board and coconut date rolls.
4) more nanas, citrus for dressings and snacks and cherries (cuz Wisconsin). Besides all this we brought the Vitamix, of course, reusable chico bags, a picnic basket, picnic blanket, #togoware bamboo utensils, reusable water bottles.
This is of course in addition to normal family traveling items. While we miss our pets whom are being watched by family, we are enjoying seeing Eric's family and the beautiful landscape of Door County, Wisconsin. Maybe this gives someone an idea of how to travel while still maintaining your energy, level of health or weightloss. ❤️🌈🚙