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    Posted: 26 Feb 05 at 3:38pm

hmm i was just thinking what is the best food to eat before and after sailing random i know but im interested i mean do u eat a little salad or a fat a** curry!? 

 

hmm actually after sailing u dont really eat do u? - u drink!

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no you eat- read this issue of Y&Y diet article, should explain everything.
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Before race prep. - bacon rolls lots of brown sauce + tea/coffee

Mid race/between races (if poss) - mars bar

End race - curry; lots off, washed down with a couple of cold frothy beers.

 

 

 

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Originally posted by C. Petrie

Before race prep. - bacon rolls lots of brown sauce + tea/coffee

Mid race/between races (if poss) - mars bar

End race - curry; lots off, washed down with a couple of cold frothy beers.

That sounds like a very balanced diet.

I introduced pre sailing bacon sarnies to LSC when I was canteen mgr - they are now our best seller. Always have Mars Bars and if they are lucky they get a curry after sailing.

Hope the new canteen manager keeps up the standards!!!

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Post Options Post Options   Quote hydrographer20 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 Feb 05 at 4:49pm
that sounds like a full hearted food sounds good.  but if u eat that evertime ur gonna need to read up on the weight management tpoic
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A good breakfast is essential.  If a weekend event you will probably be staying in a B&B so eat as much breakfast as you can to get your money's worth.  During the racing if back to back try bananas, plenty of energy and each one comes in its own waterproof biodegradable wrapper, so you can chuck it over the side without too many complaints.  After racing beer, beer, beer then eat whatever you fancy, but I find that curries, steaks and a good old British roast dinners are best.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Black no sugar Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 Feb 05 at 5:47pm

Just as well you're not racing tomorrow. We're having fish soup, beef stew and cheesecake . Sunday Lunch at LSC, yummy!!

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Failure to eat a bacon roll before racing is protestable isn't it?
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Black no sugar Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 Feb 05 at 7:05pm

Ooooooooh yes!!!

Bacon sarnies from the Canteen are "de rigueur" in our club!

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