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  1. 12/10/2009
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    Spring rolls are a great idea for a plane ride, never even thought of that. Even with the flying I have done, I never seem to pack my own food. I should. You are right, airplane food is terrible, and frankly dangerous too. The two worst cases of food poisoning I have seen were from airplane food.

    Great writing and photography as usual!

  2. jiva
    12/10/2009
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    what great ideas, and YUM! look forward to trying the spring rolls for lunch, even if the travel is only from the refrig back to my computer….

  3. 12/10/2009
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    Brilliant! If you were traveling longer, you could substitute baked tofu for the chicken.

    Definitely making these soon!

  4. 12/10/2009
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    I always hope to take food on plane rides, but never get past picking up granola bars, chips, etc. Really enjoyed your post and hope I do get my act together this year!

  5. 12/11/2009
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    first of all – loved those spring rolls when we went to SF! They were fantastic! And what great ideas about everything else! I always get hungry on planes (scratch that – when am I not hungry???) and I could totally just load up a bag with cheese… maybe a few cookies too!

  6. 12/11/2009
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    So THAT’S how you’re supposed to deal with those wrappers! The one and only time I tried it I ended up with something resembling library paste. Now I have to dig the package out from the back of the cabinet and give it another go.

  7. 12/11/2009
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    Gabrielle, the baked tofu idea is brilliant! Thanks for the protein/refrigeration solution!!!

  8. 12/11/2009
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    Nice work! Last year on our Xmas trip to Boston we stunk up the cabin with salami, mozzarella and artichoke hearts layered on pre-sliced ciabatta. Just remember, those ice packs are made with a gel-like substance, so they won’t let you bring them on the plane.

  9. 12/13/2009
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    Brilliant idea to have these as travel/road food! We’re usually packing candy and chips/crackers to munch during our long plane trips. Springrolls are a much better option!

  10. 12/31/2009
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    These would be great for ant lunch, not just for a road trip. Healthy too? Think these are going on the New Year Menu! Happy New Year!

  11. tim
    10/26/2013
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    I take it this is not in America. Because in the States, outside foods are not allowed on board by security.

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