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 Post subject: Clif Kit??? JJ. What is your fuel of choice????
PostPosted: Wed Oct 17, 2012 4:34 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Clif Kit??? JJ. What is your fuel of choice????
PostPosted: Thu Oct 18, 2012 9:09 am 
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science food is good, but sometimes it is nice to have something real. One of my fave's is just a bagel with cream cheese. it's light and doesn't take up to much room. An all day food plan for me would usually be a few gel and/or blocks, handful of mini snickers, bagel, or a small container of edamame. I'll through in some nuts, fruit snacks, or crackers if I have them lying around. I'll only take what I can fit in a sandwich size ziplock bag.

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 Post subject: Re: Clif Kit??? JJ. What is your fuel of choice????
PostPosted: Thu Oct 18, 2012 11:25 am 
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A couple 20oz PBR and a can of Easy Cheese is all I need. :shock:

In all seriousness, I'm a science food nerd through and through... But a PBR before the days parting shot is priceless. :guinness:


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Mandarin oranges. Don't even peel them, just eat the frozen carcass, skin and all. And chocolate. Also, I try and start the morning off with about a litre of coffee.... NO YELLOW SNOW TIL SUMMIT!


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 Post subject: Re: Clif Kit??? JJ. What is your fuel of choice????
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Mandarin oranges. Don't even peel them, just eat the frozen carcass, skin and all.


Holy shit. No way I could eat orange skin. Mouth would be on fire and lips would be puckered up for two days.

Im going with canned good this season. Tin, Big and of course only those that need an opener. Can chicken anybody? Yummmmmm


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 Post subject: Re: Clif Kit??? JJ. What is your fuel of choice????
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I gave up on science food, too expensive. Anybody remember the nutritional comparison Storn posted up comparing dates to a gels? Waay cheaper for almost the same nutrition.

I luv's me some salami and cheese. All time winner is left over pizza though.


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Ecobrad wrote:
I gave up on science food, too expensive. Anybody remember the nutritional comparison Storn posted up comparing dates to a gels? Waay cheaper for almost the same nutrition.

I luv's me some salami and cheese. All time winner is left over pizza though.


do you know where that could be located on the forum, i'm interested in taking a look into that

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Real food is better than blocks or gel although I always supplement it with blocks and/or gel for the quick boost it gives.


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 Post subject: Re: Clif Kit??? JJ. What is your fuel of choice????
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wasatch surf wrote:
do you know where that could be located on the forum, i'm interested in taking a look into that


http://splitboard.com/talk/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=7810&st=0&sk=t&sd=a&hilit=date


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 Post subject: Re: Clif Kit??? JJ. What is your fuel of choice????
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Dried apricots, snickers bar, and almonds for snacks, PB&J for something real. Instead of gels, I pack fruit snacks that we buy for the kids. Ingredients are almost the exact same, but a fraction of the price.....

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 Post subject: Re: Clif Kit??? JJ. What is your fuel of choice????
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Im going with canned good this season. Tin, Big and of course only those that need an opener. Can chicken anybody? Yummmmmm


oh yeah, edit to add ....all drinks will be in glass bottles. heavy. Big ass bottles. quart size.
And im gonna be sporting a nice vinyl sponge bob backpack to carry it all in


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 Post subject: Re: Clif Kit??? JJ. What is your fuel of choice????
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Ecobrad wrote:
I gave up on science food, too expensive. Anybody remember the nutritional comparison Storn posted up comparing dates to a gels? Waay cheaper for almost the same nutrition.

I luv's me some salami and cheese. All time winner is left over pizza though.


My old roommate was making granola bars similar to Cliffs with Dates and Oats a couple years ago.


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