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    Quote Originally Posted by DownEaster View Post
    Also not the usual long list of food chemistry products. Fritos are corn cooked in corn oil, and salt. Those are the only ingredients.
    That doesn't make that a healthy snack. But "healthy" wasn't part of the OPs request.

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    Cracker packs (6 double crackers with cheese or PB filling) are cheap and 200 cals each.
    Little Debbie or generic similar are also cheap and also typically 200 cals each.
    No refrigeration required, durability not the best but OK; nutritional value other than calories and fat not great, but hey, it's trail food.
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