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    WTF - Same taste, less vitamins? Power Bar Harvest

    At first glance I thought it was simple repackaging. Then I looked at the nutritional info, adn noticed that they cut out most of the vitamins and minerals! This (or Clif) + multivitamin + banana is my usual breakfast bars. I may have to drop the Harvest bars.
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    Harvest bars taste like butt anyway. I am currently addicted to the white chocolate macadamia clif bars
    :wq

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    If you are already taking a multivitamin there is no reason to need more vitamins with your breakfast. You are pissing most of it out anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nachomc
    Harvest bars taste like butt anyway. I am currently addicted to the white chocolate macadamia clif bars
    Sounds GOOD!

    Gooch - I agree about the lack of need when a multivitamin is in the picture (or otherwise a well-balanced diet). I liked having a Harvest bar around as a lunch option in a pinch, but I'm thinking that it's no longer an option.
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    ^^shh, it makes them feel pro

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    Try making your own. These are pretty good.
    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/a...ipe/index.html

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    Aren't Clif Bars better?

    -Mostly organic and pretty much all natural
    -Taste awesome (lots of flavors too)
    -BuilderBars... etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by volleybrad
    Try making your own. These are pretty good.
    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/a...ipe/index.html
    I saw that episode and got on a kick about trying them, but just don't have the time (I hardly ride as it is - no time to cook bars!).

    Will you send me some for my birthday?
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