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Old 06-06-07, 05:25 PM   #1
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What you favourite eat?

I just commute, tire and hunger

what you eats favourite?

i want eat!
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Old 06-06-07, 05:31 PM   #2
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I usually head for the bowl of mixed nuts ... because they're the most available. Then I feel guilty about desiring rubbish and have an apple and a banana ... but feel hungry again soon after so a pile of buttered toast usually finds its way into the mix

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rice! Lots and lots of rice! Brown rice that is.

For ride food I just love figs or fig newtons.
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Word to the brown rice. Plus beer. Lots of beer. If only rice could be cooked with beer whilst retaining alcohol content. Hmm.
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I've been known to indulge in a Snickers or 3
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Jalapeno cheese bread and raw chocolate chip cookie dough.
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I have cliff bars along for the ride if I get hungry.

Otherwise, I like indian and greek cuisine.
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After I ride into work, I always have a Yogurt(usually Stonyfield, strawberry) with crushed cashews and some banana nut granola cereal mixed in. Sometimes I dip a banana into it too.
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Hummus, lots of hummus.






I am gonna have to start buying chick peas and making my own. I spend too much money on Sabra. Its as bad as going to a coffee shop and spending the mortgage payment on a coffee when its so easy to grind beans and make it at home.
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Post-ride, a small glass of chocolate soymilk food of the gods.
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Word to the brown rice. Plus beer. Lots of beer. If only rice could be cooked with beer whilst retaining alcohol content. Hmm.
Pressure cooker. And might I add, that is one hell of an idea, sir.
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Add the beer when the rice is done, reheat a bit & let sit covered a few minutes, just don't let it boil.
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"Ahhhhh, once again, saved by the miracle of Lasagna."
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Pizza!

And beer, of course.
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I just commute, tire and hunger

what you eats favourite?

i want eat!
You eat your tires when you get hungry?
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Word to the brown rice. Plus beer. Lots of beer. If only rice could be cooked with beer whilst retaining alcohol content. Hmm.
Just have beer made with rice. (And I don't mean a can of Miller, either!)

Hitachino Nest Red Rice Ale
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Favorite or most efficient? I have yogurt and granola before leaving (with water), and around 10am a banana and peanut butter in between my six cups of coffee. Most weeks I make my lunches on Sunday which consist of chicken breast (marinated or seasoned somehow) with rice or veggies. Prepping my food in advance is easy and fun, and I don't mind the same lunch everyday if I make it taste good.

Dinner is whatever I feel like.
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