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  1. #26
    I'm a Target Too.
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    Breakfast bars are cheap, available everywhere and have worked well for me.

  2. #27
    turtles make me hot
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    Quote Originally Posted by masterofnone View Post
    I don't have problems with clif bars.
    Clif Bars were my go to snack for a long time until my wife got it in her head that they were made with brown rice from China and were filled with arsenic. My only choice was to make my own.
    I like turtles

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    Anzac biscuits.
    As little bike as possible, as silent as possible.
    Latitude: 57º36' Highlands, Scotland

  4. #29
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    re- cookie dough:

    The Confessions of Captain Swallowtail: Performance Nutrition

    Also Halvah does not freeze, the Joyva bars are the mack daddy calorie punchers.

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    I'm always fiddling around with my ride food, but some things I've found that work and freeze well for me are:
    - Snickers bars
    - Peanut butter cups
    - Caramel clusters
    - Home made energy balls made of oats, peanut butter, coconut, flax seed, honey, mini chocolate chips and a dash of water to help hold it together. Sometimes I dip them in chocolate to help hold them together, but it's not as necessary in the cold. I call these Allergy Bombs because... Well... Just look at the ingredients.

    I like everything I eat on the bike to be bite sized, so I buy/make my stuff accordingly. It's even more important below freezing in my opinion since you can pop it in your mouth if it's too hard and let it thaw a little before chomping down on it.

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