One thing that I’m starting to see are experiments in higher protein snacks. This is a good thing in its way, since I think it’s a hint that the fast food companies are starting to plan their way away from the current high-carb processed food mentality. The bad news (for me) is that many of these snacks use nuts as a key protein source, meaning they’re off the table for me, and the rest are chiller case products that need refrigeration, meaning it’s not something I can stash in the car in case I need a quick something on the road. But I’m also looking for stuff I can pack for road trips, so I decided to try one of these new protein packs and see who it was. the one I chose was the P3 Portable Protein Pack (from Kraft’s Oscar Mayer division), which is 4 chicken pieces and a toasted sesame dipping sauce. Nutritionally it’s 120 calories a container with 11 grams of protein, 11 grams of carb and 3 grams of fat. This is misleading, however, because it assumes you use all of the dipping sauce when you eat this. You won’t. I used maybe 5% of the dipping sauce. There are four small pieces of white meat chicken in the container. the chicken is moist, because it’s been brined, and a bit rubbery, again because...Read More
Month: June 2016
- I’m doing a Youtube channel. Of course I need a new camera.
- Oh no! Adobe changed things on me!
- The life and death of the touch bar: revisiting the MacBook Pro
- What’s in my Camera Bag
- Getting started in bird photography: Choose Your Weapons
- My Birding Field Kit
- Apple’s 2016 in review
- Free Wallpapers for your desktop
- Good Enough Defeats Great
- Photographing birds with your iPhone? Or do I need a real camera?
- Some Thoughts on Lightroom Keywords