Rush2112 wrote:TheLight is a pot-kicking man-ape gone wrong. But we still love him and his ability to carry entire trees at once.
EricinMaryland wrote:Hey T, I've had jars of PB in my hot car all summer and they were fine provided that they were never opened to begin with. Once opened, I never left them in my car afterwards as they heat up and it's only a matter of time before peanut oil spills out and messes up the car. But to answer your question, I've never opened it and then left it long enough to see if it goes rancid. I do know that there's some kind of weird fungus or mold that will grow on the top of peanut butter and you can remove it and it's good to go.
thelight wrote:Other: Nutella
EricinMaryland wrote: I do know that there's some kind of weird fungus or mold that will grow on the top of peanut butter and you can remove it and it's good to go.
Jeriah wrote:"I'm fucking perfect. I'm a god among men. I'm like Charlie Sheen's penis if it could hold a gun."
Y.T. wrote:my first year at Burning Man I brought Twinkies.
those things were like fucking gold.
I could've bartered for a frickin car with Twinkies.
brothaman wrote: you seem to like the abuse so I figured I'd jump in for a kick or 2.
EricinMaryland wrote:Are the UK MREs similar to the US ones? The US ones are about enough to make me just want to starve to death... but are doing quite well in this poll. If you get a chance 4Paws, will you put up some pics of the UK boil in a bag stuff you're talking about?
Peanut butter is all fine and all, but for luxury - Nutella; you can't beat chocolate-flavored peanut butter. And cheese has been around for 1,000 of years... though I pity the fool who first was hungry enough that he actually ate the slimy goo growing near the goat/horse/cow milking area. Can you even imagine? Peanut butter has only been around for about what? 150 years? While it does make an excellent flavor additive... I'll give it that...
........ wrote:You got it. Can't take the heat of your car. I did some research and what I came up with was mainstay bars. I personally carry two packs, why?
Withstands Temperatures of -40 deg F to 300 deg F
These bars taste like a lemon butter cookie and provide calories for one person for up to 3 days.
Easily broken into 400 calorie segments and forified with vitamins A, B1, B2, B7, B12, D, E and other nutrients.
5 year shelf life.
Ready to Eat.
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