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  • Michele

    Looks simple and delicious. Thanks Jessi.

  • Spider

    Jessi, do you own both books….which is your preferred volume? A friend recommended the feedzone portables – but he hadn’t the original cookbook. Thank you

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    • Jessi Braverman

      I don’t own the books but have lived with people who have owned them so have gotten to use them both (or eat things made from them) regularly. I love both books but as I’m more interested in off-the-bike food than on-the-bike food (personally), I prefer the first book – The Feed Zone Cookbook. In saying that, I think both would make a fantastic addition to anyone’s cookbook collection.

    • Warwick

      Spider, I’ve got both books, and as Jessi says, I too would personally recommend the FZ cookbook. Theres some great recipes in there and what I like most of all is they are designed to cook quickly which suits me well. Also I often use it for everyday meals not just for after ride meals.
      If I was training for a big event and doing more long rides I’m sure the portables would come in more handy, but with a young family my bike time is limited to shorter rides that I don’t need a lot of on the bike food for.

  • Joonas Antikainen

    Hmm, rice based snacks no thanks. I’ll stay with other alternatives…
    “Uncooked rice often contains the bacteria Bacillus cereus. These bacteria can form protective spores that survive the cooking process and if the rice is cooled slowly (and left between 5 °C and 60 °C for a long time), these bacteria spores can germinate, grow and produce a toxin (poison) that causes vomiting.” (Department of Health. Australia)

    • Superpilot

      Eat the next day (fridge overnight) or same day and it will be fine.

    • jakub

      I am regularly making a big batch of rice cakes which I then cut into pieces and store in freezer. Never had any problems, they are fine up to two days in fridge after overnight de-frost. Usually I would make the pieces of a size enough to feed me for two 4-5hr rides, so I don’t need to de-frost and take them out every day.

  • Katie T

    These are my FAVOURITE!

  • Allez Rouleur

    UMMM…do you realize who is behind that BS company? SORRY no interest in some liar who was DEEP into the Postal Service doping program and has recently denied knowing anything about it. LIAR. I’m not even going to type his name here.

    I ask you at CyclingTips…as you try to promote a new era in cycling, especially with something like Ella…WHY ARE YOU TELLING YOUR READERS ABOUT THIS COMPANY, AND THUS, TO SUPPORT AND MAKE THAT DIRTBAG LIAR EVEN WEALTHIER?

    Seriously, why are you promoting this guy? I’d rather burn my money than give it to him. Big, big F U to this company and all their products. Zero interest in making someone intimately tied up in all that lying, cheating, career assassination and thievery even more money.


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