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How much "real food" can you find on the road?

Kayte Young and Payton Whaley sitting in the back of an SUV with a disposable food container with food

The BBQ Train, found at the Short Stop gas station on Bloomington's East Side was definitely the highlight of the trip. (Jacob Lindsey/WTIU)

I have to admit, I was not thrilled about sampling hot food from gas stations. My roadtrip food is usually snacks I've brought from home--almonds & chocolate, fruit, maybe some sesame sticks. If I do get something from a gas station, it is likely to be chips or candy. I completely avoid the food under heat lamps. 

But Payton invited me, and I thought it might be fun. You can check it out for yourself: 

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