5 posts in category Travel

The Convenience of Beef Jerky As a Travel Food

Beef Jerky is the best snack when you want to grab a quick bite without worrying about "fattening ingredients" and "no nutrition" stigma associated with fast foods. It is also the most convenient food item when you are travelling or just want to nibble on something while enjoying a glass of chilled beer. It has a good shelf life and does not rot easily like fresh meat. So instead of choosing greasy chips, french fries or cheese balls for a snack, you can always opt for the healthy beef ...

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The Importance of Public Relations in Food and Travel

Creating a successful public relations campaign is not an easy task by any standards. There are many domains for which such a project can be developed and each one of them requires a completely different approach. In the last couple of years, more and more PR companies have started to focus their attention on a few areas alone, such as food and travel. Food PR is usually revolving around the immediate need of the consumer, but more importantly around the problems which can appear in ...

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Travel Food: How to Eat Healthy While on Vacation

Eating healthy while traveling is a priority so when I leave town, food comes with me. Although my husband is always amazed at how much food I can pack into one suitcase, it's really not as difficult as it seems. Here's a list of my food staples that are nutritious and travel well... Cacao Powder: I use this raw, unsweetened "super-food" (i.e. packed with nutrients and antioxidants) to wake up in the morning instead of pounding coffee. I mix one tablespoon into a cup of hot water, add stevia ...

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Budget Travel – Food For Thought

While food is not the most expensive item that makes up a family travel budget, if you plan ahead for your trip in other areas (plane fares, hotel bookings, car rentals if applicable) there is no reason why you can't squeeze savings out of your dining budget  while not compromising the elegance of your trip. You can of course simply avoid regular fare restaurants and eat at fast food outlets or buy food in a grocery store and dine in. For the most part, this is NOT why people go on ...

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Malaysian Food – An Experience

On buying a guide book my first port of call is always the "F" section of the index. On a recent trip to Malaysia I followed this same rule. Whereas before I would then make a list of all the dishes I was to try, all the time salivating with anticipation, I became extremely confused and frustrated at the ambiguity and random nature of the food described. I needed more information, more research in order to fully understand and appreciate what was to become such a massive part of my trip. So, ...

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