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    Hard boiled egg

    Is boiled egg a good food during ride? I like to eat it during my ride. It fill up my hunger

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    No, a hard boiled potato with sea salt would be better.


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    Baked sweet potato.

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    I prefer raw eggs. I like to fill a water bottle half way with raw eggs and sea salt, freeze it the night before a ride, then slam it down during my ride (once it thaws).

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    Quote Originally Posted by life behind bars View Post
    Baked sweet potato.
    Are you serious?

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    Cheetos and jerky for me. Washed down with beer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Picard View Post
    Are you serious?

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    Baked white potatoes are becoming quite common on the road and at aid stations. Why not sweet potato? Bake it and put in a zip lock and eat it on the trail. I'd scrape the potato out of the skin first so it's easy to eat. It would fill you up and give you a nice sustained source of energy that should last a couple hours. Or just bake/nuke some small white potatoes and do the same. Or wrap in some foil and throw in your jersey pocket or pack. Throw some bacon in there as well for some extra goodness.

    As far as eggs...if it works for you then do it. Most people prefer a carb source for energy on the bike but if you are paleo/low carb/ketogenic then you might do better with protein/fat for energy. If I am riding long enough to need food, I'll either use some sort of energy drink or gels...if the ride is really long I'll take some food. PB sandwich is great or I'll make up some sort of rice cake or take something like Clif bars or Lara bars or Honeystinger waffles. That's usually on rides that are 4+ hours and/or 50+ miles long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Picard View Post
    Are you serious?

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    Yes, coat in olive oil and bake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryder1 View Post
    I prefer raw eggs. I like to fill a water bottle half way with raw eggs and sea salt, freeze it the night before a ride, then slam it down during my ride (once it thaws).
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