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



Hi

 They are called sports beans made by jelly bean, the company that make the
jelly beans in loads of different flavours. The website is www.sportsbeans.co.uk

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From: Diana Maynard
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Sent: 17 Jun 2008 08:12
Subject: Re: [IPk] Prep wripes to take on Holiday...

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


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
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> To: email @ redacted
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> 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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