posted on Dec, 3 2018 @ 04:24 AM
hi - while wandering aimlessly in tesco [ because they have moved everything arount to " accommodate " xmass crap ]
i discovered " powdered peanut butter " which looked like a must have- and imediatly wondered if i can incorporate this into my snack packs for
various activities i do
- avoiding impulse buying - i googled it and WTF its energy value [ Kcal ] seemed to be wrong -
the mystery became clear when read " defatted " - and yup - fat content has plumeted
energy density = vital for my snack packs - its the only reason i have peanut butter in house
i realise i could just usse more - but compact and light weight = vital too - so whats the point ???
so - whats folks experience of using this stuff ????????????
i currently use ither the " british army 24 h ration pack " - peanut butter pouches` - or a " home fill 25mm square tupaware tub - that holds 40
for context - oatcakes , chocolate , drycure sausage [ 560kcal / 100 gram ] chesse and bombay mix [ 510 KCAL ] are the key ingredients i use in
adition to peanut butter [ plus energy drink powder ]
i mix 3 different " menus " - with a target 1000 Kcal - that will [ and has ]] got me fthrough anything i face - without mess , prep [ in feild ] or
bottom line - should i use powder peanut butter ??