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Originally posted by Gazrok
reply to post by caladonea
Not exactly grab and go though. How do you store them while moving, for example?
Originally posted by SkepticOverlord
Fig Newtons for the win!
Back when I was a competitive cyclist, Fig Newtons were the unsung hero and often preferred over energy bars by many cyclists. Square, compact, and a dense food-source, there's a high calorie count in a relative small amount of space, with a fair bit of good stuff -- fibre, anti-oxidants, vitamins, etc.
And, they last a fairly long amount of time.
Fig Newtons and almonds... you have all you need to cram a lot of calories into a small space.
Originally posted by onequestion
reply to post by spartacus699
I suggest getting to know your local plants mainly mushrooms, but also some of the more easily obtainable plants that grow in your. I think youll find there are many more then you thought.
I pick oyster mushrooms every time it rains. Also we have daisies lavender and many others such as strawberries, black berries and everything.
Originally posted by spartacus699
Describe a few healthy foods that are similiar in nature that we can consider. Like if we dont' want to pack a big cooler of food. We're going somewhere for a weekend or a week, and we just want to grab a few things that don't require any preparation or cooking and that are still nutritious, tasty and healthy, what do you suggest???