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Might as well keep this going:

I'm curious as to whether anyone hikes with small baked goods? Bakery or supermarket.  I'm thinking of packing an Entenmann's Ultimate Cinnamon on my next outing.
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As a veteran member of the constabulary, I can assure you that freshly baked bagels are best consumed en route to the trailhead lest you be assaulted by carb starved through hikers.

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I hike with a ding dong. After a few tough miles I like to wip it out.
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I like my buns in pairs.

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Pastry crumbles.  Best defense against starvation is a large hiking party and canibalisitic tendencies.

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I've hiked with a few baked goods alright.  Most are taller than I, so not really "small".  Very portable though.
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My desert manna is unleavened bread.  I prefer to hike with tortillas.
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In winter, the sky's the limit. I've brought Garlic infused loaves of bread to go along with the Lasagna.

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My hair's too short right now for bunning, although that sounds like a good idea for summer.

Oh, edibles!  We have car camped with those Little Debbie (I think) Honey Bun things.  Pastries tend to get all squished up in the pack.


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I would hike with this bun.  Squeeeee!

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Na, most buns are terrible for your health. At least the highly processed 'white' breads and pastries. But bread is my weakness! I compromise with whole grain and sprouted grain breads.

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