grilled chicken/steak/pork chop option with vegetables or salad from
a “decent” restaurant
apples cut up
carrot and celery sticks
(the above) dipped in peanut butter (or almond or any nut butter)
freeze meat and take it out right before heading to the airport.
Butter, ghee, VCO or some fat in a container and carry it along with
hard boiled eggs
Properly soaked nuts
avocado – cut in half, put back together
find the nearest Whole Foods (kraut,
salad and other things)
Many restaurants will also work with special orders if you tell them
you have food allergies.
Outback (Order the meat without the special seasoning and substitute
additional steamed veggies (without the seasoning) for anything not
GAPS-legal. Also any other steak and seafood place generally works.)
Chipotle- Order a carnitas bowl (no rice or beans) with the tomato
salsa, lettuce and guacamole.
Jamba Juice- They have a few all fruit smoothies that are OK.
Hamburgers with just lettuce and tomato. If you get stuck you can
always do that. In-n-out would probably be the safest of the fast
foods. Make sure to tell them no seasoning.
Order things without spices and without butter if not currently on
butter. Most restaurants are pretty accommodating.
cooking up some meat, chicken, etc., freezing it, bringing it in
your suitcase and when you go out just order a plain salad, bring
some olive oil, and throw on your own protein?
McDonald’s ¼ pounder is 100% beef.
Five Guys burgers also has 100% beef patties.
Easier to eat at real restaurants (i.e., not chains, not fast
food). The chains get their food shipped to them already
semi-prepared so it’s tough for them to take sauces and