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    I'm still trying to decide what to bring to keep my full during my week long trip next week to camp as a counselor. I was looking at KIND bars, but I don't like nuts too much.

    Is there anything else that I could bring that's high in fiber (to keep me full) and nut-less? And semi-primal at least?
    feel free to take a look at my journal!

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    You might want to check out You Bars. Mark recommended them, and I've used them twice. You can 'make' your own bars by choosing items from their listings. It's actually quite fun!

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    • #3
      Jerky?

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      • #4
        Check out the assorted Lara bars. Some don't have nuts.
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        • #5
          My vote is for larabars. They're pretty tasty. Or you could make your own. It's not hard.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Blackcatbone View Post
            Check out the assorted Lara bars. Some don't have nuts.
            Unless things have changed in the last week every larabar has nuts.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Jamie Madrox View Post
              Unless things have changed in the last week every larabar has nuts.
              Hmmm, I was just at the supermarket and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough only had dates and ch. chips, but I could have misread.

              Duh, I did misread it. Oh well, sorry OP.
              Last edited by Blackcatbone; 08-01-2012, 02:07 PM.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by echoyjeff222 View Post
                I'm still trying to decide what to bring to keep my full during my week long trip next week to camp as a counselor. I was looking at KIND bars, but I don't like nuts too much.

                Is there anything else that I could bring that's high in fiber (to keep me full) and nut-less? And semi-primal at least?
                i have these Welcome to Oskri Organics some of the ingredients is not completely paleo. Larabars are good but i think most of them contain nuts.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by cayla29s View Post
                  i have these Welcome to Oskri Organics some of the ingredients is not completely paleo. Larabars are good but i think most of them contain nuts.

                  maybe i could just make them at home. what could i substitute for nuts to make it more high fiber/filling? (i'm looking at mark's recipe)
                  feel free to take a look at my journal!

                  http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum...primal-journal!

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by echoyjeff222 View Post
                    maybe i could just make them at home. what could i substitute for nuts to make it more high fiber/filling? (i'm looking at mark's recipe)
                    Maybe dates and flax seed meal? But blanched almonds don't really have much of a taste if it's the flavor you don't like. If it's that you avoid nuts for health reasons then flax. Or chia seeds. If you have a food processor and chop the dates finely you could pretty much add whatever you like. You may be able to find a recipe with coconut flour, dates and other stuff that you could bake into something bar-like.
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                    • #11
                      I think I'm going to attempt to make bars at home containing shredded coconut, coconut manna and beef tallow. I think this combination will hold together fairly well. Might have to add a little bit of tapioca starch, too. I suppose I could also add chocolate either melted on top or mixed within or cocoa powder. My homemade pemmican worked well for energy, even though the taste leaves much to be desired.
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                      • #12
                        Hey, good news! I have a fridge, so I am open to a lot more options.

                        I'm thinking about just buying "primal" bread - if there is such a thing - brown rice bread? - and making sandwiches. I'll just bring the stuff that I need and chuck it in the fridge.
                        feel free to take a look at my journal!

                        http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum...primal-journal!

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