Instead of snacking on dried deer turds and pine needles, try eating a Clif Bar. It's moist, tasty, and packed full of nutrients like protein, fiber, potassium, and essential carbohydrates, so it'll fight off bonks when you're hiking, climbing, skiing, boating, working, or just about anything else. Maybe you won't get quite the trail cred you would snacking on poop and trees, but the tradeoff is worth it.
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