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RXBAR Whole Food Protein Bar – No BS!

Posted on Jul 17, 2017

I’ve been on a low/no-carb, high-protein diet for a while now, and I’ve gotten more and more into hiking as I try to whip these old bones back into shape. Getting old sucks! Sadly, I found that most of the cheaper energy bars, and even some of the more expensive bars are loaded with sugar and carbs. I was recently introduced to the Whole Food Protein Bar from RXBAR on a local trail hike in Wrightwood. It was a grueling uphill climb that required some slow-burning fuel to complete. In this article, we’ll take a close look at how the RXBAR filled that need…

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Three simple ways to Supercharge your Ramen…

Posted on Jul 2, 2017

Ramen is a Japanese dish typically consisting of Chinese-style wheat noodles in a flavored broth, often garnished with small bits of meat and vegetables. It is widely considered a staple food for college kids, but you’ll also find it in most prepper stores and on the trail alike. Backpackers love it because they are lightweight, easy to make, and they taste so good. Even with the high sodium content, people still love to eat it. I read a few articles and watched some Youtube videos recently on how people have taken their ramen to the next level so I decided to share with you how I supercharge my ramen with some much-needed protein…

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Greenbelly Meal2Go Bars Reviewed

Posted on Nov 3, 2016

Whether I am backpacking on or off the beaten path, preparing a bug-out bag or restocking my EDC, I like to pack plenty of lightweight, nutritionally balanced sustenance that not only tastes great, but also doesn’t require much preparation if any. There are many options available, but most of them that lack in one way or another. Greenbelly recently sent me a few of their Meal2Go bars to see how well they could meet the need as a convenient meal replacement…

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