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Amazing stuff. Scofield adds another solo voice to MMW, which takes some of the burden off Medeski... or perhaps I have it backwards since this is listed not as MMW but as Scofield. Stevie Ray Vaughn did the same thing by adding Reese to the group... Anyway, this is enjoyable. Check out 'Juice' as well. I really like that this had the Autorip feature. I want more items did.
This album has been a favorite of mine for years. What's not to like about Scofield with Medeski, Martin and Wood (though it's not marketed as a collaboration)? Amazing ensemble playing, amazing tunes, amazing grooves, an edgy approach without being too method out. When my original copy of this CD got ruined, I bought only a couple of the tracks on iTunes. But I missed the rest of the tunes, so I bought the CD again. And will probably do it again someday. It would definitely be a contender for my all-time top 10 favorite list.
Gels work for me on a half or maybe marathon. On the road. On the trail, with ultras, they create my stomach hate me with a passion usually reserved only for my mother in law. I've found some method to better fuel with some non-candy aid station goodies, but those only go so far. So I asked the local runner/dietitian for ideas, or other endurance runners (I hang out with marathoners. crazy understands crazy.) for help. They all not only drew blanks, but came back asking why the heck I would turn my back on the often praised gel. Truth is, you could hand me a huge bowl of wendy's chili 30 miles in. I might feel miserable after, but I'll still feel better then if I've been running on gels and sports challenge was simple: search a little meal to carry on the trail, high in carbs, simple to digest, and gift points for a bit of protein to support hold my muscles from cannibalizing themselves. I just wish to drink water and eat true food.I found a gold e book not only list calories and breakdown of macro nutrients per recipie, but mostly include simple to digest foods, and some even look beautiful tasty. The expirament is underway, and it's more then I could have hoped for.
I have been looking for a book like this for a lot of years. As an aging endurance cyclist I search that I tolerate quick meal and gas station cuisine worse as the years progress. I search myself suffering from the bonk or from gut rot more and more often. Several female members of my cycling group have shown me their home-made fuel so I decided to follow their tip and this book was the first e second step was to purchase a rice cooker from Amazon which I strongly recommend e first quarter of this book is dedicated to an enlightening lecture on sports nutrition. I was already familiar with much of the info here but it was nice to see the science behind what I had learned the hard way. The only thing I disagree with here is the stress on sodium over potassium in dealing with cramping. Otherwise it is spot e rest of the book is recipes. I have tried two of the rice recipes so far - polenta is e first recipe was the swiss rice recipe which had no flavor at all - even half method through an 80 mile ride. I added a few drops of soy sauce infused with white pepper to each bar to create it edible. The texture and energy boost were amazing but it required twice the flavor e second recipe was the blue berry and chocolate rice bar which scores 10 out of 10. It is perfect. Perfect flavor and texture and a true energy boost. I did some math and I reckon each two-bite bar costs about 15 cents to create and has about 60 calories. So two of these cost 30 cents and have about the same calories as a $1.50 energy bar but taste delicious and are created from purely natural and new ingredients. It's a no-brainer.Update: I just found this snippet on the website. Apparently this recipe greatly reduces the energy content of the rice. Still tastes amazing though."In 2015, Sri Lankan scientists discovered that they could more than halve the available calories in rice by adding coconut oil during cooking and then cooling the rice in the refrigerator."The third recipe I tried was for Swiss frittata which are great. The recipe instructs you to remove as much oil from the sauted ingredients as possible. This is really necessary - I could have removed more and my frittatas had a slightly greasy texture when cold but the flavor was e fourth recipe I tried was for individual bread puddings. Basically it's bread, eggs, milk, sugar, and cinnamon. It's really simple and it gave me 12 lovely small treats. My wife has been eating them for breakfast. I'm going to ride up to the top of a mountain once I finish updating this review and I'm taking a frittata and a bread budding to treat myself at the top. It's a lot better motivation than an energy bar.I am totally sold on this book.I would recommend it to me thoughts:The rice recipes call for 3 cups of uncooked rice or combination of grains. This makes a large amount of food. I am halving the quantities while I am experimenting.I see nothing about the storage or transportation of the food. Is it safe to have a rice bar wrapped in foil in my jersey pocket for 12 hours in the heat? I don't know and the book doesn't say. I froze some rice bars and they were still beautiful amazing when thawed out but they had lost some flavor.
It was originally written for cyclists, but works amazing for long-distance running too. I've never liked gels, so it's nice to be able to have a true meal option in my package to alternate with gels and commercial bars. My favorite so far are the blueberry chocolate chip rice bars. I usually halve or even quarter the recipes, since the full amount ends up making more than I can finish before they go dry (I've found 3 days is the absolute max storage time, at least for the rice-based bars). I begin training for a distance run next month, and look forward to trying out more of the recipes on my training runs. I'm eyeing the fruit hand pies...
Amazing cookbook. My son who is a cycler wanted it - it didn't really interest me, but after he checked it out at the library and created a few of the recipes, we ordered one to have for ourselves. The recipes, although they didn't sound amazing to me, after trying them, are DELICIOUS! There are 3 various cookbooks by the same author and we now have all of them and use them quite frequently.
I was on the fence about buying this book. The reviews left me wondering if I'd even obtain anything amazing from it. I tried going to the bookstore to preview it, but was disappointed to see it wrapped in plastic. Seriously who does that? Anyway, I'm glad I purchased it! I figured this book was geared toward serious long distance athletes (which I am not), but I wanted to search some true meal alternatives to energy bars. I don't have white flour/rice in my house and honestly, I don't think I'll create the recipes with them unless I knew I'd be biking for more than 2 hours.I see these recipes as inspiration and a starting point for me to customize to my own needs/wants. I can understand why some of the recipes are created to be fast and simplistic - not everyone enjoys cooking. The first recipe I tried was the 2 bite pie with warm crust and banana nut filing. It was a tasty little treat for my family after dinner. I can see I will search a lot of uses for the recipes beyond the authors intentions.
I was really surprised how amazing I felt with I fueled with Feed Location Portables instead of my normal gels. They are really simple to eat and digest when biking or running. There are some recipes that aren't delicious, as in, I wouldn't create them for a dinner party, but when you are riding, I wish something beautiful neutral. And bonus, you can create tons of portables for the cost of a few bars. What I was most surprised with was the first 1/4 of the book that talks to how much, how frequently, fluids versus solids, and the over all science of meal and training. I really found this part of the book useful. Definitely worth the cost of the book.
Bought this for my grandpa as a gift, both of us are massive into cycling and he's all about getting the sustenance he needs and not necessarily eating for taste I thought this could be a search method for him tiger the fuel he needs and switch up his food planning a bit. He loved it and was so excited he already knew of the author and the book!
I absolutely love this cookbook. I am constantly on the go and the Meal Location Portables have been my savior. I'm not a amazing cook and personally can't stand being in the kitchen for longer than 15 minutes. This is the first cookbook to meet all of my needs.
They create a solid effort and the book itself is amazing quality but most of the recipes are so primary you hardly need a cookbook. Peanut butter and jelly, waffles, cooked rice... that sort of thing. I'm a decent cook and follow directions but whenever I tried the more exotic (rice flour) they didnt work (probably not the author's fault I guess)
Amazing cookbook for trail running. I love the potato muffins, blueberry and cream cheese pocket and PB and banana pocket thing. I created a lot of the rice ones, and they taste fine, but i found them hard to eat while on the trail. There were a few things i had to figure out in the recipes,that didn't seem right, but nothing impossible. It's amazing when you look this book up on amazon and the other things people buy when they buy this book is a huge bag of rice and foil paper : )
not only a amazing app, but the best resource i have found so far for learning go (I don't have a teacher).The criticism of being too short is unwarranted: I search there is a lot of content to go through. Shows how to manage a android game from begin to finish, and builds your mastery incrementally
I love this application and it helped me understand more than what I knew from just playing. Only thing I have to say is as a go player I know there are more for a 30 kyu to learn before he/she is ready for a game. If the developers of this application can do it I'll love to see fuseki and joseki here too. And maybe learning android games we can play from first move to latest so that we can learn from to improve.
Amazing Not poor for the basics. Will present you primary moves to teach you the fundamentals. Besides playing a person this is another amazing method to learn. Only drawback is its kind of short. This company makes a Japanese language go issue solver that has method more. Waiting for the English version.