The early part of the year is always quite hectic for me travel wise, so, having just returned from a trip to San Diego, I thought now would be a good time for me to revisit some tips that help me with maintaining a vegetarian travel lifestyle on the road.
|Spicy Bowtie Pasta Salad from Starbucks, San Diego Airport|
I also packed some individual cereal bowls I picked up at CVS for $1 a piece (Cheerios and Raisin Bran Crunch), as well as some Enjoy Life Very Berry Bars and Barbara's Multigrain Cereal Bars, both of which were handy snacks.
The last time I flew, I was still eating dairy products regularly, so I knew I could always pick up a cheese sandwich or a slice of pizza. But, this time, I found some nice, healthy vegan options to share with you.
|Veg Friendly Rice Bowl, Urban Taco, Dallas-Fort Worth Airport|
When I was heading home, at the Starbucks in the San Diego airport, I picked up a Spicy Bowtie Pasta Salad and Pita, Hummus & Veggies and a fruit cup, all of which made for a nice lunch on the plane. While the bowtie pasta portion was smaller than I would have liked, the flavors were quite good.
Finally, for dinner in the Dallas airport, I stopped at Urban Taco. They can turn any of their tacos or sandwiches into a rice bowl, and I had a delicious roasted poblano, black bean and corn mixture.
Next week, I head to Berlin, Germany, where I'll continue my vegetarian travel adventures. Stay tuned!