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maverick
03-05-2008, 07:25 PM
curious what all of you like to put in your bag to munch on in-flight.

i have taken trail mix (raisins, cranberries, cashews, almonds, pecans, and walnuts are a favorite mix), fruit (apples, bananas, and clementines), a variety of bars (the infamous lara bars, odwalla bars, to name a few), and parathas (indian flatbread - i like mine stuffed with potatoes :-).

i was thinking about also making sandwiches (bread, hummus, baby spinach, tomatoes, cucumbers, tofu). i think this will carry okay packed in aluminum foil or ziplock bags. does anyone see any concerns taking this through security?

we've requested vegan meals, but i like to pack something in case the airline messes up. it's no fun not having good food to eat when you get onto a 14 hour flight - specially with children.

what do you like to pack when you fly?

maverick

maverick
03-05-2008, 07:44 PM
this looks quite impressive:

http://lunchinabox.net/2007/09/26/disposable-lunches-for-airplane/

gregd
03-07-2008, 12:05 AM
I think prepackaged items with labels can be easiest if "security" bothers you. I like to have a Clif bar in my luggage since it is filling and small. In addition local good quality chocolate is never a bad thing, with dark chocolate less prone to melting.

Patrick
03-08-2008, 05:23 PM
granola bars and little debbie snacks ;p

stargurl84
03-13-2008, 08:23 AM
I think prepackaged items with labels can be easiest if "security" bothers you. I like to have a Clif bar in my luggage since it is filling and small. In addition local good quality chocolate is never a bad thing, with dark chocolate less prone to melting.

Clif Bars are always in my purse....Brownie and Chocolate Chip Cookie