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Re: [IPk] Prep wripes to take on Holiday...

What are sports beans? Or do you mean jelly beans?
I like the fruit strips too

email @ redacted wrote:
> Hi
>  I find the pressed fruit strips quite good especially for walking. I tend to
> eat at least 1 an hour on a long walk. I also quite like the 'sports beans'
> which taste quite good and see not too sticky!
> Mai 
> ------Original Message------
> From: Diana Maynard
> Sender: email @ redacted
> To: email @ redacted
> ReplyTo: email @ redacted
> Sent: 16 Jun 2008 20:16
> Subject: Re: [IPk] Prep wripes to take on Holiday...
> Hi Melissa
> Yes I've used the gel packets on walking and cycling holidays before, 
> they taste pretty foul generally but do the job. Decathlon sell about 
> the only ones I can stomach! I was going to do the trek this year but 
> then life got in the way, so maybe next year! I guess my needs wouldn't 
> actually be that different to the walking and cycling trips I've done 
> before, in that I've taken enough cereal bars and glucose etc to last a 
> week, and the amount of activity wouldn't be vastly different. At least 
> I can save space by not packing a towel since there's no washing facilities!
> Di
> Melissa Ford wrote:
>> Hi Di
>> The trek sounds exciting!
>> In terms of glucose, you might want to have a look at the gel packets
>> often marketed for runners and bicyclists - they tend to have 25g
>> carbs each and they are very small, with little waste to store until
>> you get to the next bin opportunity. A sports goods or specialist
>> cycling shop is likely to have a good selection :)
>> Melissa
>> .
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