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Old 05-18-2011, 08:41 AM   #63
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Enjoying this thread guys, I'm taking notes...

You might find some ideas at www.overlandgourmet.com

They cater to the 4-wheel overland folks, but surely there's some things that would apply to us moto-travelers.

Honestly, one of the best things about travelling outside North America (U.S. & Canada) is how nutritious, cheap and delicious the roadside food is.
It's all rice, beans, fruit, veg' and meat. The fish is from close by, the chicken was running around the yard earlier that day
You have to go out of your way to find greasy, unhealthy food.
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Canada farmer breakfast (I do love this stuff too, I just know it ain't good for you!)
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USA Elvis breakfast
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Roadside fish lunch, Mexico
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$3 chicken dinner, Panama
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You know - if you can find them - green plantains travel well. They're those huge green bananas. "Unripe" green plantains taste somewhat like potatoes, but better. Just slice em, fry em, dash of salt and some salsa.
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