How to pack food for international travel

 
how to pack food for travel

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I'm embarrassingly O.C.D when it comes to meal prepping before I travel any where.

I have an entire bad dedicated to my food - this is funny but so true! 

 Some may think I'm crazy, but what if I experience an unexpected lay over somewhere? 

No dramas, because at least I'll have my munchies, right?! 😂

 

How to Pack your bag to stay on track

Essentials.. 

 

Lunch bag that fits into your carry on

Keep all your food items together in one bag, so when you declare your food going through security you can easily pull it out in a separate bag.

This also prevents any leaks or food getting somewhere you don't want it to be. I love Lululemon retail bags for this kind of purpose.  

Seasoning salt / your favourite condiment

A kind that's delicious with a variety of dishes. I personally like a chicken seasoning, cajun spice, or roasted red pepper and garlic... all are yummy choices.

2  to-go containers

Ensure the containers are small and easy to compact into your carry on. Invest in a good brand that won't leak or break either, classic Tupperware containers are the best I find, remember you want this container to last your entire trip. 

Plastic fork and knife

 Nothing is worse than going to eat your food and not having the utensils for it. 

Liquid stevia

For any hot beverages or sweet breakfast that I might want to spice up! These little hacks really come in handy often and allow me to fight off sweet cravings 

Tea bags

I love green tea, pick your fav! 

Tip: Hit up a Starbucks in the airport for free hot water for your tea bag, and condiments such as cream, cinnamon or nutmeg spice. 

Scoop of protein powder

Small zip-lock bag with two scoops of protein powder. (I call this my emergency bag)

 

Refer to my healthy airplane snacks for ideas on food you can travel with. 

Or this post about how to save money while you're traveling which includes what food travel well and which do NOT. 

 

Do you have any travel hacks for prepping food while you're traveling that I might have missed?

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