While TH was by his mom's side, I was filling my brain at a conference in A-town. I've talked to a lot of people who feel intimidated by raw food, especially when eating away from home. Girl on Raw has an awesome post on this topic: Raw on the Road. I also used to think it would be crazy hard to eat raw while on the go. But really, what could be easier than eating fruit, veggies, nuts, and seeds? I actually find it a lot simpler and more pleasurable than any of the other diet plans I've tried. I eat what I want, when I'm hungry, and don't feel constricted by rules like eating every three hours, or always combining protein with carbs. This is huge for me!
Here are some of the things I snacked on in the hotel.
I had the ice bucket rocking for a day or two, until I noticed the mini fridge hidden away in a cabinet. You would think the maid could have helped me out with that- a little note maybe? :)
Of course, Viv came along to keep me company (and provide my neighbors with a courtesy wake-up call every a.m.). Sometimes I feel sheepish about my peculiarness, but I'm learning to get over that.
On my Natural Pantry run I picked up a raw snack by Go Raw .
These were excellently seasoned and rather addictive. I finished them off for lunch today with an avocado and refused to share with TH. He jealously made fun of all the seeds lodged in my teeth.
Question: Are you a frequent snacker, or do you prefer fewer, larger meals?