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Old 06-24-2009, 10:01 AM   #1
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I always have these two in my cab with a bottle of water.
What do you travel with?


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Old 06-24-2009, 10:26 AM   #2
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We usually keep a small cooler handy with fruit and/or veggies with cheese and water (or juice, or Gatorade) to drink. We do munch the odd bit of junk food now and then, but try to limit it as driving really does not do much for burning calories.
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Hard boiled eggs, beef sticks.
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Scotch mints. Known since my childhood as "power pills."

Coca Cola.
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Old 06-24-2009, 11:12 AM   #5
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Well there's snacks to deal with the galloping hungries and snacks to stay awake.

One time my wife and I had to drive 18 hours straight, and this was after we were already tired. The solution was to buy a 2-pound bag of peanuts still in the shell. It's hard to fall asleep while eating, and the time it takes to pop the peanuts out of the shell, remove the skins, and then eat them kept whoever was driving at the time from eating too rapidly.

We were finding bits of peanut shell and redskins in that car for months afterward!
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As my hubby calls it "Soda with ice." This requires a stop at a fast food joint, where he gets his Dr Pepper x-lrg.

Also something salty like nuts, pretzels, trail mix, chips (my favorite) and sometimes apples.

We save those messy peanuts in shells for around the fire fodder!

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Chex or Gardetto's mix (yum!!) and Oreos! Hubby takes apples & peanut butter crackers.

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Old 06-24-2009, 11:50 AM   #8
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Jack's Jerky & Pretzels along with soda of course.
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salted sunflower seeds in their shells
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Kevin, that cheese is just wrong. There are too many good REAL cheeses out there to choose from.

For some reason even our kids (who are all adults now) never liked any kind of processed cheese either. The only time we bought some cheese whiz, it ended up going moldy (I know, hard to believe given its shelf life) because they kept raiding the good stuff.

j/k of course, anyone is free to eat what they want. Well, almost anything.
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What can I say, its still yummy to me.
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Slim jim and a Moon Pie.
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Wheat thins and Jarlsberg lite.
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Wheat thins and Jarlsberg lite.
I thought you would say "Dog treats"
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I just have to answer you Kevin 'cause you're getting a bad rap on cheese wiz. LOL
Here are a few tidbits in defense of processed cheese:

A real Philly cheese steak is served with Cheezwiz unless you order otherwise. Pat's and Geno's
both... processed CHEESE! gooey stuff! that's the ticket!

Almost all processed cheese like American cheese is cheddar cheese!!!
Emulsifiers are added to make it spread or melt nicely on a burger.
Cheddar cheese comes into the factories in 50 lb blocks and end up as cheeze wiz and white or yellow burger slices.

Also, cheddar is never yellow. Its white and if you get yellow cheddar it has been colored.

Long live KRAFT!!!!

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Home-made stuff. Venison jerky seasoned with dried jalopeño flakes and parched sweet corn. Real quick-energy food.
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Beef jerky and corn nuts. Corn nuts will keep you awake with the crunchy noise.
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Home-made stuff. Venison jerky seasoned with dried jalopeño flakes and parched sweet corn. Real quick-energy food.
What's parched sweet corn?
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20 oz Diet Coke in a bottle (screw cap) and something I can pop into my mouth like beer nuts, smokehouse almonds or Oreo Bites!

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