Snacks for studying

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    Snacks for studying


    I am going to have to be studying all day for about 2-3 weeks.

    I have been looking for some good snacks. that are easy and portable.

    The best thing I found so far are Dry Roasted Edamame for $1.79 @ Publix in the organic section.

    1 whole bag contains: 16g fat, 40g carbs (32 from fiber), 56g Protien

    Picked up 20+ Bags of these, any other good ideas?

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    Before I started making my own, I bought jerky from the dollar store.
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    Nuts, Fruit, Veggies, jerky, sliced turkey or chicken
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    Dehydrated fruit keeps well, almonds are always a good way to go, and i make my own trail mix with assorted nuts, raisins, dehydrated fruits, and dark chocolate chips. I am in the library all the time with these things along with my tin ha. Good luck with the studying
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    Quote Originally Posted by stxnas View Post
    Before I started making my own, I bought jerky from the dollar store.
    That's a good idea. But i know i can probably find deer jerky cheap this time of year.

    A little off topic, but i could get an entire free deer processed for $85. That's a lot of meat
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    The reason I say fruits, nuts, seeds, and berries n such is because they can help you add or stay low on cals if needed, help you reach your many vitamin and mineral needs, reducing the need to supplelemnt with multi's and are often toted as brain foods (simply google search for more info), which is perfect for study time.
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