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    Question Foods that don't need to be refrigerated or cooked/heated

    For a few months I'll be in a situation where I won't have access to a refrigerator, a stove, or even a microwave, so I'm trying to figure out what I'll be able to eat in the context of bodybuilding. Lately I've been eating clean foods in a slight caloric deficit and getting great results with fat loss and strength gain and I'd like to stick with that approach, but it might be difficult without the usual cooking appliances.

    Here are my ideas so far:
    -Protein powder
    -Tuna
    -Peanuts
    -Bananas

    What are some good types of beans, nuts, seeds, canned foods, or anything else that might work? Oh, also it would be helpful if the foods were inexpensive. Thanks for the help.
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    Originally Posted by kleankanteen View Post
    For a few months I'll be in a situation where I won't have access to a refrigerator, a stove, or even a microwave, so I'm trying to figure out what I'll be able to eat in the context of bodybuilding. Lately I've been eating clean foods in a slight caloric deficit and getting great results with fat loss and strength gain and I'd like to stick with that approach, but it might be difficult without the usual cooking appliances.

    Here are my ideas so far:
    -Protein powder
    -Tuna
    -Peanuts
    -Bananas

    What are some good types of beans, nuts, seeds, canned foods, or anything else that might work? Oh, also it would be helpful if the foods were inexpensive. Thanks for the help.

    Almonds, cashews, peanut butter (make sure it's the kind you dont need to refrigerate), beef jerky/any kind of jerky, canned chicken, any canned fish (salmon), any type of beans, dried fruit, pumpkin seeds, cereal, granola, shelf-stable almond milk, pudding cups? maybe protein bars?..I'd say whatever you can get your hands on.
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    Damn good beef jerky and blue diamond almonds. FTW!
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    If you dont mind me asking, where are you going to be that has 0 access to a fridge, stove, or microwave?
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    oats/eggs pancake, just made it this morning like 3 mins ago
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    contains 1 cup of oats, cocoa powder, 2 whole eggs, 1 cup egg whites and splenda
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