Comments for Cook Train Eat Race http://cooktraineatrace.com Fueling An Endurance Athlete Lifestyle With Whole Foods Tue, 02 Sep 2014 05:54:56 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.9.2 Comment on Gnocchi By Accident Recipe by cowboys boots for women cheap http://cooktraineatrace.com/gnocchi-recipe-diet-healthy/#comment-54413 Tue, 02 Sep 2014 05:54:56 +0000 http://cooktraineatrace.com/?p=8758#comment-54413 Hi my loved one! I wish to say that this post is amazing, nice written and include almost all important infos.
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Comment on Keep Your Blanket {Statements} Objective by Kirsi L http://cooktraineatrace.com/keep-blanket-statements-objective/#comment-39375 Mon, 11 Aug 2014 06:14:51 +0000 http://cooktraineatrace.com/?p=9626#comment-39375 I will always eat first thing in the morning, full stop.

It has to do with blood sugar (I won’t make it to a bus stop without eating) but also other issues, such as my stomach not liking being empty. I get stomach cramps if I don’t eat first thing in the morning, and in fact if I have failed to eat enough the previous night, I will wake up with stomach cramps. (This also happens if the previous night I didn’t eat ‘right’, which means some amount of full grain typically in the form of full-grain rye bread.)

This puts some challenges to training in the morning, but luckily I can easily eat two pieces of bread and then go running. Other people seem to have more trouble with eating before running. Biking does not care about what I ate, first half hour will be warmup anyway. Swimming has some issues but it will take min 45 minutes to the pool after breakfast anyway. For races or serious speed work, I need to keep 2,5 hours of distance between meal and exercise (I just blew a 10K when I had eaten lunch 1,5h prior).

I will almost without exception eat rye bread with random toppings (avocado, butter&cheese, bananas, you name it) and sometimes add an egg. Sometimes I eat porridge (hot cereal?) but that alone does not keep hunger for more than 45 minutes so it’s always accompanied by bread. Sometimes I eat muesli.

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Comment on A Taste Of Puerto Rico by Jessica http://cooktraineatrace.com/a-taste-of-puerto-rico/#comment-36393 Sat, 02 Aug 2014 20:55:24 +0000 http://cooktraineatrace.com/?p=5761#comment-36393 Okay thanks! Another recipe website said this about baking pastellilos (empanadas): Bake the empanadas on the middle rack (please don’t put on the top unless you enjoy charred empanadas) for 15-20 minutes at 350 degrees.

I plan on following that as a guide and using your advice along the way. Hope that helps others!

Also, at least in my experience, the whole wheat dough only needed 4 Tbsp. It got really sticky after 5. Can’t wait to bake and eat these!

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Comment on Rapa Nui – Hoka One One Runinng Shoe Product Review by Carolina John http://cooktraineatrace.com/rapa-nui-hoka-one-one-runinng-shoe-product-review/#comment-36024 Fri, 01 Aug 2014 17:05:06 +0000 http://cooktraineatrace.com/?p=9649#comment-36024 I freaking love the Mafate’s I got from Left Lane. They are really stiff, but encourage a forward lean so you don’t notice the stiffness or overall height while running. Seems like these have the same properties. Very cool.

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Comment on A Taste Of Puerto Rico by CTER http://cooktraineatrace.com/a-taste-of-puerto-rico/#comment-35218 Mon, 28 Jul 2014 18:02:41 +0000 http://cooktraineatrace.com/?p=5761#comment-35218 Jessica – I wish I could remember how long I baked them for, but you can tell when they are ready by touching the crust. I should not be mushy because that is raw and by paying attention you know that they will not burn. I hope that helps.

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Comment on A Taste Of Puerto Rico by Jessica http://cooktraineatrace.com/a-taste-of-puerto-rico/#comment-34911 Sat, 26 Jul 2014 19:25:42 +0000 http://cooktraineatrace.com/?p=5761#comment-34911 A question though. For the empanadas (We called them pastellilos), how long do they bake in the oven?

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Comment on Evolution Of An Ironman Triathlete – The Story by Beth http://cooktraineatrace.com/evolution-ironman-triathlete/#comment-34763 Fri, 25 Jul 2014 20:23:36 +0000 http://cooktraineatrace.com/?p=8469#comment-34763 Perfection. I am so tired. LOL!

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Comment on Joining A Tri-Club. Should You Or Shouldn’t You? by 25 Inspiring Triathlon Stories http://cooktraineatrace.com/tri-club-benefits/#comment-33658 Mon, 21 Jul 2014 10:05:06 +0000 http://cooktraineatrace.com/?p=8905#comment-33658 […] Joining a Tri Club: Should You or Shouldn’t You?/Cook Train Eat Race […]

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Comment on SWOT – Strengths.Weaknesses.Opportunities.Threats. by 25 Inspiring Triathlon Stories http://cooktraineatrace.com/swot-strengths-weaknesses-opportunities-threats/#comment-33657 Mon, 21 Jul 2014 10:04:28 +0000 http://cooktraineatrace.com/?p=9031#comment-33657 […] SWOT – Strengths. Weaknesses. Opportunities. Threats/Cook Train Eat Race […]

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