The day I visited Sault Ste. Marie, I didn't go to bed hungry. That's because I stopped early, at 5 p.m., and ate until dark.
|Omelette with spinach, chicken, english muffins (breakfast #1)||76g||18g||38g||618 kcal|
|Pancakes (3) (breakfast #2)||114g||24g||33g||804 kcal|
|Loaf's worth of PB&J sandwiches (lunch+supper)||414g||120g||72g||3,024 kcal|
|Bottle of thirst quencher (lunch)||58g||0g||0g||234 kcal|
|Granola (lunch+supper)||35g||6g||5g||206 kcal|
|Ice cream cone (snack)||43g||23g||6g||394 kcal|
|Half-box of pasta with half-jar of pesto (supper)||143g||113g||19g||1,665 kcal|
|Apple cider, from two packets (supper)||42g||0g||0g||166 kcal|
|Apple (supper)||25g||0g||0g||100 kcal|
|Box of cookies (supper)||210g||60g||20g||1,460 kcal|
A typical person needs 2,000 kcal per day.
I spend over $30 per day on groceries and meals.
Most days I bicycle too long so there's no time left to eat. I've lost over 3 kilograms in two months on the road.