The 6 Tastiest Foods To Replace Your Awful Inflight Meal, According To Chefs
Airplane food has a pretty terrible reputation. The idea of an inflight meal can conjure that scene from Airplane when everyone gets food poisoning from the fish. Though airplane food has since made great strides in both quality and variety, it’s still pricey, and it struggles to shake that hermetically sealed, preservative-laden notoriety.
Bringing your own food is a cheaper, tastier, and in some ways a more convenient solution. It’s also a great way to make your flight snacking more sustainable by avoiding wasteful plastic trays and cutlery that often accompany inflight meals. Grace Woinicz, a chef and small restaurant owner, recommends “avoiding packed products, and replacing them by carrying home made products. You can wrap homemade products in aluminum foil and keep them in your hand carry or keep them in a washable food storage container.”