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Old 03-30-2012, 12:26 PM
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I thought of getting a vegetarian.. although it might be a little bit difficult. At the moment I just take care where the food comes from but I have the feeling this isn't enough. I think it's a good idea to eat more raw vegetables. Thank you very much for the Suggestion KateL! If you rotate the vegetables and fruits a bit then it won't get boring
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I can't imagine not eating meat. But, most truck stops do have salad bars with veggies. Some people get a refrigerator or electric cooler for the truck and carry their own food with them. It saves money and you eat much more healthy food. Those electric coolers can be purchased at most truck stops for about $100. I am sure you can also find them at outdoor shops and places like Walmart of Kmart.
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IDK sounds pretty easy to me to be a vegan on the road. I think its harder to be a Carnivor and eat on the cheap with out spoilage.
I have it down pretty good not wasting perishable food. I have my "mini kitchen".
I'm stocked with a lot of kitchen gadgets but only 2 plates and bowls and I can cook almost anything in my truck.
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Mostly i take the pack food while driving. i mostly i like to eat burger.
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Been a vegetarian most of my life. Tried the vegan thing for about a year. I usually lose weight when I am away from home for any length of time.
How do you do it? Please share
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I'm going out with a trainer today as a vegetarian. I was kind of worried about it too. I've been on my own a little bit so i know there's a lot of meat out there. Since I'm a guest on a truck, I'm bringing a tote with food that doesn't need cold storage or cooking. I have a lot of cereals and nuts, some flour tortilla and peanut butter, applesauce and oatmeal. I love making energy balls out of oatmeal, nutella or peanut butter, coconut and crushed rice cereal. I'm going to supplement fresh veggies from subway subs and such. When I'm back on my own i plan on growing mushrooms on the truck and a small flat of lettuce and spinach because you can pick continously as you go. Giving it a try. I have a mushroom kit waiting at home. Wish me luck! This is round 2 as a vegetarian. I was so much thinner and calmer when i gave up meat before. Plus the meat processing places kind of grossing me out.
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The hardest part is any cravings you might have. I have been vegan for over 3 years. I enjoy rice, beans, oatmeal, plenty of healthy greens, etc with just a 40 at cooler and a lunchbox oven
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Discipline is really important. Motivation too. You gotta know your reason for being one.
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Yes, the regime is the most important here. I'm not a vegetarian, but occasionally I can stick to a vegetarian diet for a few weeks. The last time I tried the https://betterme.world/articles/bean-diet diet, and I noticed that beans indeed substitute meat somehow.

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