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MAGMA Products, A10-360L-IND, 10 Piece Gourmet Nesting Stainless Steel Cookware Set, Induction Cooktops, Silver?

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28th Jun 2021

OP, FWIW, I traveled a lot before food allergies turned life upside down, so that was particularly hard to adjust to. Our family’s allergy list is long too – we don’t go AIP because we don’t want to exclude any foods that we absolutely don’t have to, but when I describe it to others, I often say I google Nut-Free+Vegan+Paleo recipes – there aren’t a whole lot. You may want to talk to your allergist about doing in office food challenges for any foods you tested lower or in the tier 1 or 2 range because adding back any single food at all adds a surprising amount of new freedoms.

Over the years I have built a “travel kitchen” that has everything I need – building a travel kitchen has been empowering and it’s one of the things that I enjoy perfecting and adding onto. If I am staying at a hotel or vrbo with a kitchen, I have this Magma Induction Nesting 10-piece Cookware set. It fits into a smallish 10″ box. I can fit it into a suitcase easily and it has everything I need and they are very high quality pots and pans that are induction ready. You can get camp cookware for much much cheaper that’ll get you pretty far and take up less space but may not be induction ready. I also got this GSI Travel Cookware set which has all the cookware I need in a bag that’s smaller than my toiletry bag. Over the years I have removed some items and replaced them with other utensils that were more useful for my cooking, but it was a great starting point and I don’t travel anywhere without it. If I am not going to have access to a kitchen (or I don’t want to share a kitchen) I travel with these little Dash Mini Griddles and make hot foods for one. These fit in the palm of your hand, so they’re easy to tuck into a suitcase. I’ve been looking into getting one of these too to add to my cooking on the go options. If we’re travelling by car for longer than a week, I also have a set of Koolatrons that I use (one with dry ice to act as a freezer and one with regular cooling packs) and bring all the foods from home since we never know what is available in more rural areas (this also helped when we ended up at a cabin once that had a broken fridge!)

There are frugal travelers who don’t have any food allergies that cook all their own foods and cook in hotel rooms and never eat at restaurants – you can find them on YouTube and it helped me with my travel mindset too. You can also look up AllergicTraveller on Instagram. Actually finding all the allergyinstagrammers helped tremendously to normalize our experience and feel less alone. I guess it’s one positive of social media.