Rabbit food..aka Muslie

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Re: Rabbit food..aka Muslie

Post by Angel » Sat Nov 29, 2014 6:14 pm

Muesli every day for lunch for at least the last decade.
Love it, never tire of it.

Aldi/Lidi/Asda fruit muesli (anything with less than 3.5% fat).
Don't touch the high nut content luxury brands they are 10/15 % fat.
Stick 250 grams in a bowl, add 500 ml apple juice, microwave half power for 5 minutes.
Warms it a bit without cooking it.
Fabtastic lunch.

For camping, heat apple juice and pour on, allow to stand for 5 minutes.
Same result, no microwave.

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Re: Rabbit food..aka Muslie

Post by johnnyboxer » Sat Nov 29, 2014 6:41 pm

africajim wrote: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!


Not keen on anything resembling chicken feed.
Surely a Scottish man has Porridge for brekkie, doesn't he?
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Re: Rabbit food..aka Muslie

Post by ratass » Sat Nov 29, 2014 7:04 pm

ZX Raziel wrote:I like steak :silly:
Good man :-)

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Re: Rabbit food..aka Muslie

Post by africajim » Sat Nov 29, 2014 9:22 pm

johnnyboxer wrote:
africajim wrote: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!



Not keen on anything resembling chicken feed.
Surely a Scottish man has Porridge for brekkie, doesn't he?
Only in wintertime and on a Sunday!

Personal choice I suppose mate, I like it on a Sunday morning but wouldn't want it daily! ;)
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Re: Rabbit food..aka Muslie

Post by ratass » Sat Nov 29, 2014 9:50 pm

Fresh caught trout,20mins in the portable smoker crusty bread with butter mmmmmmmmm.
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Or thinly sliced steak fried with onions in a nice small loaf with a egg on top

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Re: Rabbit food..aka Muslie

Post by Mike101 » Sat Nov 29, 2014 9:51 pm

Porridge with a squirt of honey while camping. It wakes me up making it and I can miss lunch if I need to.

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Re: Rabbit food..aka Muslie

Post by AndyB » Sun Nov 30, 2014 7:24 am

If I'm packing up to go I have a coffee and a smoke then I'm away. If I'm staying where I am at somewhere like a rally then I'll have a boil in the bag meal and use the water to make my coffee. Obviously I'll be having that all important smoke while the water boils.

I try to avoid any form of cooking that will require washing up when I'm camping because it just seems like a waste of time that could be better spent doing something I'd enjoy.

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Re: Rabbit food..aka Muslie

Post by markoh » Sun Nov 30, 2014 8:36 am

Re washing-up, take some kitchen towel with you. Wipe pot(s) out as soon as you have used it/them, then later put a little water and detergent in a pan, warm over stove and wash pan(s) with a small scotchbrite sponge transferring water to other pans/mugs as necessary. This works remarkably well, the key is to wipe out pans as soon as you have finished using them. I use the better quality kitchen towel which can also be used as a snot rag and for cleaning bike etc.

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