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    what's your favorite lunch?

    What's your favorite lunch to bring on epic ride days?

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    Peanut butter honey and banana sandwiches. Not fancy, but full of what you need. Keeps well and suffers mashing with little side effects (licks inside of sandwich bag with abandon)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave_C View Post
    What's your favorite lunch to bring on epic ride days?
    My fishing pole. Fresh caught trout cooked in bacon grease.
    Everybody's epic ride is a little different.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wahday View Post
    Peanut butter honey and banana sandwiches. Not fancy, but full of what you need. Keeps well and suffers mashing with little side effects (licks inside of sandwich bag with abandon)
    DING DING!

    Actually when I'm traveling I hate to unpack or prepare so I usually just carry trail mix in water bottles. I like a mix of Honey Nut Cherrios, raisins, peanut M&Ms, and Rasinets. And I can re-up quick and cheap at almost any small store.

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    I stand alone when I say this but...

    ... Vegemite sandwich.

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    Bacon Bratwurst pizza & beer! I figure, if I rode that hard I deserve it!

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    You gotta lower your standards so when you hit a bleak resupply it won't blow your mojo.

    If available, pizza's usually in my pack when I head off. Maybe some decrepit, stale trail mix and a snickers bar from a backwood general store. Or a philly cheese steak at the general store grill in Jefferson, CO. It's all good

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    For a short trip where weight is not an issue -- mix peanut butter and honey, put in plastic container, serve on pumpernickle bread, the small very dark loaves in the specialty part of the store.

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