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    Default Those Addicting Peanut Butter Pretzel Bites

    Has anyone tried hiking with those wonderful pretzel bites with peanut butter in the middle? They have a decent weight to calorie ratio but I'm not sure how well they'd hold up to a backpacking trip. On the other hand, if they were in my pack they probably wouldn't make it very far anyways.
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    They go on all my trips......If you are a professional Ramen Chef like myself, may I suggest some of these delicate pretzel peanut butter bites in with some "Chilli Ramen". It is very tasty

    My typical hiking trip diet consist of 2-3 big bags of combos, 1lb bag of skittles, the PB bites, ramen/ idahoens. Jack Daniels. And Town Food.
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    We purchased a container of them from Harris Teeter to send to our son to change up his snack selection. He got a sandwich bag full a few weeks ago.

    We ate the rest before we had a chance to send him any more.

    I haven't asked him how they held up to shipping/backpacking because if we get any more the same thing will probably happen again and I don't need that temptation when I'm not walking miles and miles every day.

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    Peanut Butter Pretzel Bites were in my food back last year. Great taste and they held up well, but left a dryness in my mouth that I couldn't get past.

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    These are a requirement for any backpacking trip. Salty sugary goodness.

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    whatever happens to them is what your teeth would ultimately do to them anyhow!

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    GMO wheat gluten, sugar, artificial flavors, industrial seed oils, HFCS, artificial colors... definitely addictive, as if that's good...

    It's an intelligence test folks.

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    This is called the Standard American Diet. Also known as SAD. Diabetes much?

    "My typical hiking trip diet consist of 2-3 big bags of combos, 1lb bag of skittles, the PB bites, ramen/ idahoens. Jack Daniels. And Town Food. "

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