I'm traveling to Brazil tomorrow and just realized that I hadn't thought about what to bring to eat on the plane! Any suggestions for long travel days?
I love when family members travel abroad - it's always a great way to sneak in delicious treats inaccessible in the US (i.e. real balsamic from Italy and olive oil from Greece). My mum, lucky her, is en route to France at the moment. She'll be in Paris for most of the trip but may be venturing to different towns nearby.
I'm wondering - what should I have her bring back that I can't get in the US? Any ideas would be great!
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