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50% Almond - 50% Raisin MixRaisins make it juicy. Tastes awesome.1 oz124 Cal7g Fat -25%14.25g Carbs -50%>2.25g Dietary Fiber-8%3.5g Protein -12.5%What's yours?
right now it's as basic as yours... cashews and raisins... 50/50
Freeze-dried bananas. Eat them like candy.Or chocolate/caramel/coffee candy bars from Starbucks.
I've been eating this GORP daily for a couple of months now. It's delicious.
Edited by simplespirit on 06/18/2009 19:31:38 MDT.
Trader Joe's- "Go Raw' trex mix, Mix contains raisins, cashews, walnuts, almonds, and filberts- all raw!
I've always did peanuts and raisins and such in the past. I recently discovered cashews and dried cherries. It's my current fav.
I like the crunchy chow mein noodles with nuts and dried fruit. Good stuff.
Dried bananaspeanut butter M&M'sraisinsdried soy beans
Edited by judach on 06/23/2009 09:18:18 MDT.
I like to take Dole pineapple rings and put them in a dehydrator with a marishino cherry in the middle. The pineapple dries around the cherry. Eats like a piece of pineapple candy.
Rosemary and Olive Oil flavored Triscuits.
The various flavored triscuits are good for a snack or for lunch. The garlic in the garlic flavored ones keeps the mosquitoes (and the other vampires) away.
M&M peanut. Add a slingshot and you can feed or deter wildlife ;-) Maybe bag a bigger snack.
Brian, those Rosemary Triscuits are soooo good. And give one the worst breath ever. Hehheh!!!!
-BBQ Pringles-Dried Mangos-PB M&m's=)
Justin>dried soy beansDo you mean dry roasted soy nut? I am not sure raw dried soy are edible.
Something crispy, after days of mushy or chewy food.We like any type of rice cracker. Often we leave a bag in food caches as a treat, but they don't last long. Pringles or similar chips are almost as good.
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