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#1 Posted : Monday, March 9, 2009 12:46:00 AM(UTC)

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Who can recommend food that you can enjoy in the area.

I keep hearing rice rice rice has something else?

Who can give "recipes" in addition to praise him.

#2 Posted : Monday, March 9, 2009 3:08:36 AM(UTC)

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Recipes = diversity = products =. I'm all for celebrating food in city breaks. I walk ochlbbbocr bread with cheese, butter, honey, vegetable otinam, walking, dried fruit with peanut butter sandwich with jerky, almonds, vegetable and fruit, mayonnaise, dry sausage, seasoned rice, spicy noodles, couscous, Maggio ugot or bags of Knorr oashot peanuts, tahini, and of course vegetable snacks.

#3 Posted : Monday, March 9, 2009 4:27:12 AM(UTC)

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First, after a long walk from anything delicious! Should the food be satisfying.

There are plenty of recipes, the important thing is to plan how we prepare every meal and never carry more than that. You can repackage sealed bags of daily dose as needed.

If there is a way where it becomes much easier, because you can enjoy fresh vegetables, canned fruits, maybe one small fresh bread.

About recipes:

1 Cook rice with dried fruits and almonds or Pecans adds a lot of flavor and variety, and this way carrying dried fruits.

2. cooking with jerky adds lots of flavor. Recommended especially for ready mixture of c.

3. steals with honey, sugar, dried fruit.

4. couscous with instant soup (both)

5. buckwheat

6. If and where to obtain (not to carry cans) then mix rice with tuna, corn, pickles, vegetables with some nice salad leaves.

If you love spice so worth bringing a little (not just salt pepper) or for those who do not want to invest much in the mix, cubes of different tibulies then every time rice tastes a little different.

Not to mention the spices, depending on the area, great food and tea, too (assuming you know)-hyssop or shake a lot.

#4 Posted : Thursday, March 12, 2009 3:27:51 AM(UTC)

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Run a search on food recipes on the Forum and not be disappointed.
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