When you’re on an airplane, sometimes the food they serve you can be sickening. The airlines actually expect you to eat the food that they provide you with!? It is a frozen meal that they just warmed up! I know that you can’t expect the perfect steak when you are in the air, but it would still be nice to have something that is edible for a change. However, until the airlines start serving better food, here are a few snacks that you can bring along with you.
First of all, you can bring dried fruit or nuts. Granola bars are also good to bring and can fill you up. Another thing to fill you up is cheese. You can bring small packets of cheese like Babybels or string cheese.
If you want a bread-like snack, you can always pack mini sandwiches like peanut butter or cheese whiz in your bag. You can also pack a bagel. If you want something that is a bit more like a proper meal then you can always bring a Cup of Noodles.
Bringing a Cup of Noodles is actually very smart because you can just ask one of the flight attendants to pour some hot water into the cup. Since they always have hot water for making tea, this will be a very easy request for them to fulfill. You can fit several Cup of Noodles in your bag and then just throw out the container when you are finished. The great thing about this, is that there are lots of different flavors of noodles. Some flavors are beef, chicken, shrimp, creamy chicken, spicy chili chicken and salsa picante chicken.
When you’re on an airplane it is important that you remember to drink lots of water. You can easily become dehydrated because the air in a commercial airplane has very low humidity making the air extremely dry.
Sickening: To feel sick to the stomach or disgusted.
Edible: Something that is safe to eat.
Granola Bar: An energy bar made of oats and dried fruits or nuts.
Babybel: An individual serving of mild cheese that comes in a wax covering.
Bagel: A round donut shaped bread roll that is made by boiling the dough and then
Request: To ask for something.
Picante: A Spanish word meaning spicy.
Dehydrated: To lose a lot of water.
Humidity: The amount of water vapor in the air.
Extremely: To a great degree of something.