Eating while traveling is an issue that many feel has no healthy solution. It can be particularly difficult for those who are on a “road trip” in a motorhome Class C or other popular recreational vehicle. The traditional road trip fare does not meet the basic standards of nutrition. Most associate the RV road trip with fast food, junk food and drive thrus. The truth of the matter is that it’s not the road trip that has a problem. It’s the traveler that’s on the road trip that is choosing to eat unhealthy food items. Luckily for modern road trippers, the recreational vehicle has evolved into the perfect solution.
Whether you have a Class A, Class B, fifth wheel, travel trailer or motorhome Class C, there are features and options that can be utilized to increase your opportunities for healthy food on the road. Almost any modern RV will offer the opportunity to store fresh produce, refrigerated items and staple ingredients without a lot of trouble. Treating the RV like a home away from home means eating in it while traveling (at least for a portion of the meals).
Owners of the motorhome Class C often have economy and practicality high on their list of priorities. It’s what drew them to the Class C models in the first place. These individuals will often see the additional financial benefit of incorporating more RV cooking and food preparation methods. By avoiding junk food, fast food and drive thrus and spending more meal times eating food prepared in the RV, travelers can drastically decrease their expenses for food while on the road. That means that travelers not only enjoy the benefits of healthy food items, but they also get to enjoy more money to spend on other activities.
Motorhome Class C, Class B and Class A owners alike who are interested in campfire cooking, grilling or crockpot cooking while on the road should stay tuned for upcoming articles releasing healthy recipes using various preparation methods easy to adapt to life on the road. Previous recipes were released using all three types of popular cooking, but upcoming articles will have a specific “healthy” slant that RVers won’t want to miss.