I was pretty good about taking pictures of my meals today ... Until it got awkward in the closed quarters of the airplane.
A pre-flight snack and an Americano. Energy levels were lagging at this point and I knew I needed to get quite a bit of schoolwork done on the flight.
Vegan eats were pretty hard to find in the airport. So, I had a garden salad - basically just lettuce, a handful of shredded carrots, and a slice of tomato- with a sweet potato that I brought from my apartment mixed in.
My salad barely held me over until 2, so I broke into the Go Picnic that I found at the airport snack store for some protein.
The Go Picnic was pretty good! I wouldn't go out if my way to purchase one, but if I'm stuck, I'll certainly buy one. I especially enjoyed the dried edamame.
Towards the end of the flight, I started to feel a bit nauseous. I really wanted some hot tea, but the flight attendants stopped serving beverages due to the turbulence. To calm my stomach, I had a few more crackers from my Go Picnic box.
Finally, we landed and my dad brought me home, where I nom'd on some (unpictured) tempeh curry, salad, grapes, strawberries, crackers, and raisins. I was totally in that weird travel exhaustion state, where I'm both tired and not tired because I didn't actually do anything except sit for most if the day.
How do you deal with dietary needs/restrictions in an airport?