Food and Drinks to Carry to a Music Festival

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If you’ve been to a music festival already, then you probably already know that the stalls there sell costly the food and drinks. Even a bottled water is expensive! And though we are aware they’re high-priced, mostly unreasonably priced, we still buy from these stalls because they’re the ones available. The thing is purchasing from stalls isn’t a practical idea. If you want to save money, you’d be wise enough to pack your own snacks and beverages.

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Just because you have no money to bring for food doesn’t mean you can’t go to the festival! You might be close-minded about this, saying it’s a burden, but trust me; it’s convenient and clever to bring your own food.

Since it’s just a festival, you don’t have to pack heavy food. Just be sure to bring ones included in our list, and your stomach won’t complain during the festival. Here’s a tip: When packing, be sure that the food and drinks are in a cool box or bag.

FOOD

  • Protein Bars – Be sure to choose protein bars with less sugar than the usual ones in convenience stores.protein bar with nuts
  • Dried fruits – Don’t miss the chance to eat healthily in a festival! Bring dried fruits in Tupperware.
  • Hard-boiled eggs – Eggs contain a lot of vitamins and minerals, and they’re fun to eat too!
  • Homemade muffins – Bake muffins at home using your favorite recipe and you’ll enjoy the music festival even more!
  • Meat – If you stay longer than a day, then you can bring meat and cook it on a barbecue for the first day.
  • Nuts – Whether they’re almonds or not, these are still good for your heart. Besides, they’re so easy to bring and share with the squad.
  • spaghettiSpaghetti – Fill your stomach with noodles! I suggest you stay away from instant noodles; they take a lot of time to break down in the body. Home-cooked spaghetti is better!
  • Homemade Bread – Use your Breville BBM800XLto make delicious-tasting bread! Nothing’s healthier than homemade food.
  • Spreads – Carry with you on-the-go jams and peanut butter; they will go well with your homemade bread.

BEVERAGES

  • Water – To save money, carry your own bottled water. Don’t bring glasses—they might cause injuries.
  • Homemade smoothie or juice – What’s sweeter and healthier than your favorite homemade juice?

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