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“Cookery is an old art, as it goes back to Adam.” Marquis de Cussy

Published on 3/20/2017
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A quick and portable snack list would include trail mix with dried fruit or just plain nuts and dried fruit. This is a good source of protein and some terrific antioxidants.  If sodium is not a problem, then beef jerky is quick and portable and does not spoil.  This additional protein can help to stave off hunger.

Here are several other pointers you should keep in mind:

Keep it solid. As a general rule, solid foods can get through security, but anything of a liquid or gel consistency probably would not.  For this reason, stay away from foods like yogurt, applesauce, pudding, and gelatin.

Avoid bringing foods that are oven-hot or refrigerator-cold.  According to safety guidelines from the United States Department of Agriculture, two hours is the limit for hot and cold foods to stay fresh once they have been taken out of the oven and refrigerator, respectively.  Insulated bags may help, but with common travel delays, many hours could pass between the time you leave home and your flight’s actual takeoff.

Shop wisely at the gate.  You can, of course, buy meals and snacks once you have gone through security, and many airports now have healthy meal options like fresh sandwiches and salads that you can take onboard.

Be mindful of other passengers. As a common courtesy to other travelers, you must consider how the foods that you bring on board will make the plane smell. 

 There are a lot of things to think about when you are in a contained space.  You are not the only person on the plane.  

Try staying away from strong-smelling, and often unhealthy, foods like pizza, French fries, and anything over laden with onions or garlic.

No matter where you are headed, you can get your trip off to a healthy start by bringing along some homemade snacks to enjoy on your flight.  You will arrive at your destination feeling satisfied and energized and you would not have wasted a dime on bad plane food!

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