got some dried apricot and PB, i feel like it'll last me a while. the freezer bag is a goos idea i'll try it thanksGORP!!... is a good biking food [good 'ol raisins and peanuts.]
A standard with bikers and hikers. It's cheap and can be bought anywhere. The taste never gets bland, is high density and good fiber to keep you regular. I put it in freezer bags so as you supply dimishes, you get more valuable room in your packs. I prefer salty dry roasted peanuts to avoid blandness. Some bikers eat peanut butter right out of a jar but that is too suffocating for me.
Grazing is a Sport all in itself...perhaps a whole new forum dedicated to the Art..? @Matt DerrickI am not veggie trained, nor do I eat alot of red meat...at all.. chix an fish yes. But hard to find via road minus the cans in citys. Pack wise I try to carry alot of noodles and seasoning packets. An fruit as mentioned especially bananas, shit is cheap and easy to 'graze' at Walmart's krogers....etc...and beans....I do love beans
taco bell, holy shit. i ran out of food pretty early on after leaving Big Sur, and i DEMOLISHED a tray of taco bell in monterey that night. good timesClif bars, organic Ocho chocolate bars (caramel & peanut), Thunderbird Hemp Sunflower Pumpkin Seed bars, Sweetened sour cherries, Sweetened dried cranberries. Pitted prunes. Ramen noodle soup (chicken or beef) Maruchan Instant Lunch. Koyo wakeame seaweed organic ramen noodles. Safe Catch NON-GMO tuna fish in a pouch. Small bag of rice. Annie's Mac & Cheese (I'll add cut up hot dogs or add tuna). Mountain House freeze dried chicken fried rice or beef stew and the breakfast brand. A hot dog inside a tortilla wrap with melted cheese and jalapenos. Instant coffee (any brand), instant organic hot cocoa-for my mochas.
I'll stop at Subway or a fast food place like Toxic Bell (Taco Bell) if available.
And lots of water!