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    Has anyone thought about making a store available primal bar? I know when I'm traveling the closest I can get is Larabar, and I love those, but the fat and protein is seriously lacking

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    Here's a great way to get primal bars while you are on the road.
    Take some almonds and place them in coconut oil.
    Place in that some unsweet cocoa powder.
    Add to the mix processed nuts.
    Next thing is to place that in the oven or eat raw.
    I swear I love this mixture.. I have had over 60 pounds in two months.

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    • #3
      Check out Questbar. They were running a promo for free samples. Mine finally came the other day (a few months later) and they were pretty damn good.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Conner P. View Post
        Check out Questbar. They were running a promo for free samples. Mine finally came the other day (a few months later) and they were pretty damn good.
        Are they Primal/Paleo though?

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        • #5
          I just tried my first Larabar on Monday, and I think I'm in love.

          If you have time, maybe you can search the recipes and make a couple of weeks worth on a weekend or something. Other than the Larabars, I haven't found anything yet that's even close to Primal, but I haven't been looking very hard either.
          Durp.

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          • #6
            Larabars are good, but definitely paleo treat as opposed to paleo everyday. They are high in fructose and nuts, which usually means high in O6 too. I got some for an all day plane trip I was on a few months ago, but I don't think I'd want them in the house every day.

            Regarding the almonds, I'd watch them for omega 6. Again - ok in moderation, but they are pretty high in omega 6
            Karin

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            • #7
              I bought a case of LaraBars for my climb up Mt Kilimangaro. Just fruit and nuts. How can you go wrong with that? And I'll be burning through enough carbs climbing that that won't matter.

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              • #8
                I think we're way too spread out to support a bar. I'm sure we could come up some creative drink names and stuff if we tried though. We could call it "The 20% Bar". (nobody else would get it, unfortunately)
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Daemonized View Post
                  I think we're way too spread out to support a bar. I'm sure we could come up some creative drink names and stuff if we tried though. We could call it "The 20% Bar". (nobody else would get it, unfortunately)
                  OK, add funny to the list. Hehehehehe....
                  (see my reply to your comment on the infidelity thread)

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