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    Spam musubi rocks.

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    burritos, cheap, portable and you can put whatever you want in it. calzones same thing
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    Quote Originally Posted by kalaeb View Post
    vivarin in the mix
    Wow, I haven't thought about Vivarin in 15+ years. nice little flash back there...
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    Quote Originally Posted by sachem allison View Post
    burritos, cheap, portable and you can put whatever you want in it. calzones same thing
    Have to be a little careful with moisture in the burritos if they're going to be hanging out in the backpack for a couple of hours.
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    Chili is always good. I also pack a lot of granola and fruit.

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    Just ordered breakfast and all this talk almost made me get the spam, but I caught myself and went for the hashed corned beef with eggs and kimchi fried rice.

    Unfortunately,I am very bad at bringing my own food, I hope to get a few ideas here myelf...

    Stefan

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    Peanut butter. On my last longish, two week bicycle tour I practically lived of the stuff. Lors of protein, fills you up, and can eat right from the container
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    If you've got any prep time the night before:
    I do a Thai Chix salad-sliced gr. chix, julienned carrots, onions, peppers, cilantro scallions, etc.
    Put your vinaigrette(heavy on the sesame and ginger) in a small separate container and mix with veg & stuff just before eating, otherwise it will all get too soggy.
    Goes great with any added salad greens as well.
    You could sub beef, shrimp, any protein for the chix.
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    Japanese RICE BALLs [onigiri or omusubi]!!
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    Instant Noodles? LOL

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