Aw don't remind me... I was waiting for a prescription the other week and noticed Dextrose (or similar) and being the sweet toothed git I am I brought a pack and scoffed the lot in one go!and just some dextrose in case i go a bit low on the suger
There speaketh the man of the iron stomach!A flask of hot black coffee does the trick for me.
I did discover the 'wonders' of Pot Noodles during the summer and was pleasantly surprised, has anyone tried making them with hot water from a flask rather than boiled from a kettle?
I do have a strong constitution, but to be truthful I was surprised at how much I enjoyed them as I am not normally a fan of junk food!!There speaketh the man of the iron stomach!
Yep I tried them along with the pot mash thingies, to be fair I was having a lot of stomach problems at the time and these things tasted great and then totally fried my insides, within a couple of hours I would be writhing.
A great idea in principal, and if you've got the stomach
I also take my storm kettle, brew up by the van if not allowed to use it on the bank, mine is a Steve Eyden one 13 this year and still going strong. Makes a great handwarmer as well.I have to eat and drink regularly when fishing, especially in the winter.
So, for me it is a wide mouth flask with some form of stew or casserole with some sandwiches (sausage, cheese and pickle) alternatively I'll put minestrone soup in the flask and add a couple of just cooked breakfast sausages.
My flask is usually coffee as I hate the taste of 'stewed' tea, but if allowed then its the Kelly Kettle every time for a fresh brew when things get really cold or slow.
Here's a review.Haven't tried these myself, but they look interesting.
HotCan - the tasty hot lunchtime alternative, no microwave, no kettle, just...hot can
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Thanks for that Jerry, but I'll stick to making what I need in a proper kitchen and then using the Stanley wide mouth flask.