Rabbit food..aka Muslie

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Rabbit food..aka Muslie

Post by byewayrider » Sat Nov 29, 2014 2:56 pm

hi gormett eaters...

so who else like muslie when camping to start the day..any particular brand or do you use home made..

keeps me going in the morning till late afternoon..simple to make up and no weight..compared to a in of "full english breakfast" :sick:

evening meal is normally paste/noddles with chicken and a pesto (thumbs) ...

find the rice currys good too..but cause wind :whistle: ..do love a Rissotto
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Re: Rabbit food..aka Muslie

Post by KTMBLAG » Sat Nov 29, 2014 3:20 pm

Porridge man myself but do like a bit of granola

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Re: Rabbit food..aka Muslie

Post by markoh » Sat Nov 29, 2014 3:45 pm

My recipe:

Porridge in a bag
Add these ingredients to a freezer bag using a large metal tablespoon (not a measure)
5 tbsp Oats 65g
2 tbsp mixed fruit 65g
1 tbsp dried milk 15g
1 tbsp sugar 35g
Total approx 300ml
Add approx 300ml boiling water

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Re: Rabbit food..aka Muslie

Post by Heff » Sat Nov 29, 2014 4:11 pm

markoh wrote:My recipe:

Porridge in a bag
Add these ingredients to a freezer bag using a large metal tablespoon (not a measure)
5 tbsp Oats 65g
2 tbsp mixed fruit 65g
1 tbsp dried milk 15g
1 tbsp sugar 35g
Total approx 300ml
Add approx 300ml boiling water
Hmmmm,

Must try that one (thumbs)
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Re: Rabbit food..aka Muslie

Post by boatman » Sat Nov 29, 2014 4:26 pm

I am easy to please in the morning. When I am camping ,and don,t want to use a lot of time up in the morning .
I carry muesli in clip lid alloy mess tin type boxes
Brekkie is normally ,,muesli into tin mug ,add water, eat with a banana then fill said mug with hot water and instant coffee. Brekkie that is quick ,easy and no washing up to do

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Re: Rabbit food..aka Muslie

Post by ZX Raziel » Sat Nov 29, 2014 4:55 pm

I like steak :silly:

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Re: Rabbit food..aka Muslie

Post by Stewie » Sat Nov 29, 2014 5:13 pm

I make my own Granola bars, nice and light and good to snack all day, make them to your taste (thumbs) , Honey and Maple are my favorite (thumbs)

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Re: Rabbit food..aka Muslie

Post by africajim » Sat Nov 29, 2014 5:20 pm

Bacon roll and coffee
Larne sausage roll and coffee
egg roll and coffee
All day breakfast in a roll and coffee.
Any mixture of the above and coffee!


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Re: Rabbit food..aka Muslie

Post by Road2Manchester » Sat Nov 29, 2014 5:30 pm

I find one portion of mcdonalds, two transport cafe, or three a camp or b,n,b facility. Perfic start to the day.
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Re: Rabbit food..aka Muslie

Post by timcrasher » Sat Nov 29, 2014 5:49 pm

I tend to either have porridge or muesli. They are both good slow release starts to the day.
But, I don't have milk on my muesli. That is a British invention. Muesli is best eaten with fruit juice. Put the muesli in a pot with an air tight lid. Pour over some of your favourite fruit juice, pop on the lid and leave over night. The muesli will absorb the juice making the best tasting fruity, moist, flapjacky ( not a real word but you get what I mean ) breakfast going. With a blob of yogurt it is amazing.

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