Travel Snacks

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  1. JohnDeere19
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    Quite a few of the snacks listed below demands you to bring a cooler to be certain that they are still fresh when you are ready to enjoy them. To keep the food cool a good tip is to freeze bottled water or alternatively juice (remove some of the water/ juice prior to freezing), as this will also guarantee that you always have got a cool drink accessible. You can also bring frozen grapes and smoothies and create your sandwiches using bread that is frozen. In addition to the cooler and frozen groceries, napkins or wipes as well as plastic knifes, forks, spoons and cups usually come handy.

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    Pretzels, Peanuts and Slim Jim's are my go to snacks.
     
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    Slim jims, no way...after my brother bought me around 20 for Xmas one year and I finished them all within 24 hours, I haven't been able to even look at them again. I stick to trail mix. I used to make shakes, but that's obviously out the window now.
     

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