I'm hoping to get lunch ideas for a fishing trip to Canada I'm taking in just under 2 weeks. We pull the boat on shore for lunch so I need lunches that will keep with an icepack and don't need to be reheated. Last year I made a chicken avocado spread with paleo bread, but it didn't keep well over the week. I'm also pregnant and am not eating canned tuna or deli meats. The only ideas I've had so far are coleslaw and possibly soup in a thermos, but soup won't be the best if it's 90 degrees, which is very possible. Salads are too complicated and messy. Any ideas are welcomed! Thank you!
Um, aren't you going to be fishing? Fry the fish. Bring some veggies for the week, keep them at the cabin in the coolest place possible, and bring enough for one meal at a time. Pan-fry, eat. What would a caveman do? I suppose in today's simulated-Paleo world, we'd use a propane camp burner, but that's simple enough for lunch.
(reply to comment) Oh I see... well I was thinking Sunfish, but I like them personally. Yummy. Most people use them as bait, but try them if you want.
Sliced Roast Beef (not deli, roast a beef and slice it). If you have the ability, wrapped in lettuce with avocado. Really, there is not much you cannot eat if you have a cooler. Left overs from the previous night, any of these:
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