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Old 01-15-07, 03:17 PM   #1
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foods that compliment ea. other

i found that having a large brand muffin and washing it down with large glass of prune juice = BAD! I went out for a ride and then WOW my stomach was goin nutz.
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Old 01-15-07, 03:21 PM   #2
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Google "food combining" if digestion is a problem. Or take digestive enzymes.

I thought this was going to be a thread about what foods taste good with eachother... like, smoked salmon and capers for instance.
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i found that having a large brand muffin and washing it down with large glass of prune juice = BAD! I went out for a ride and then WOW my stomach was goin nutz.
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Prune juice is a warrior's drink.
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thats Klingon and I'm telling
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prune juice: muffin, you sure are working hard today. must be a quality brand.

muffin: thank you, prune juice. but if i didn't know any better i'd say you're tryin' to start some *****.

complement.

and bran.

take no offense; i mean none.
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I hardly ever eat brand muffins, mostly just the generic kind.

Best food combos ever:
Breakfast burrito + Corona = happy Kemmer.
Pizza + Henry Weinhard's root beer = really happy Kemmer.
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i quite like egg mayo in a wholemeal pitta washed down with half apple/water as far as pre-ride food goes...

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i found that having a large brand muffin and washing it down with large glass of prune juice = BAD! I went out for a ride and then WOW my stomach was goin nutz.
this is the ****ing bike forums you ****ing idiot. people like you need to be beheaded.
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Old 01-15-07, 06:22 PM   #12
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I have always thought in the back of my mind- cheese and onions
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Cool Ranch Doritos and a can of Coke. Toast and tea is good too. Bran and prunes is for fogeys!
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Broccoli and cheese omelettes on race day. Let the back of the pack deal with the consequences.
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If I ate a large bran muffin, drank a large glass of prune juice and went for a ride this post would be in the for trade thread and read something like this:

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Wings and beer.
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burritos and beer, just so long as i don't eat the whole burrito (if I'm planning to ride that is), because I'm not moving much afterwards.
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Was "each" too much to type, that you had to abbreviate
it to "ea."?
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Hey, man, he saved himself from having to type a whole 'nother letter.
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Arroz y frijoles: You can never go wrong with the beans and rice!
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Pizza and Beer
Chocolate and Peanut Butter
Peanut Butter and Jelly
Tomato Soup and Grilled Cheese <- damn good whitey soul food.
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Arroz y frijoles: You can never go wrong with the beans and rice!
My last two years of college totally agree with you.

Eggs sunny-side up and whole-wheat toast are pretty much awesome.

Any pizza + any beer (root, ginger, and birch included) are great too.
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Beer and deep fried cheese curds.
They work so well together they become a delicious soup!
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