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Happy Wednesday!

This has been a loooong week for me, even though it’s only Wednesday! I arrived in Chicago at 7:30am Monday morning and headed straight to work, then my small group met that evening and I didn’t get to bed until about 10:30pm (which is very late for me…). I finally made it to the grocery store last night to grab a few essentials, but I didn’t get too much since I’m heading out of town again straight from work Friday night! I’m already exhausted just thinking about it, but I’m going to Kansas City and always love a good trip home.

For today’s What I Ate Wednesday, I wanted to share a lot of the food we ate during the Palmetto 200 Relay. How do you pack and figure out meals when you’re up and running for 32 hours? Well here’s what we did!

  
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I did hope to show everything I ate during the race, but I kept forgetting to take pictures, and that rain put a damper on photography, but I did my best! If you’re new to WIAW, head on over to Peas and Crayons to find out what it’s all about and see the other participating bloggers.

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First, breakfast! I already mentioned Le Peep yesterday… But I got their Colorado omelet, which had turkey, avocado, mozzarella cheese, and tomatoes, with potatoes on the side. It was pretty good, but I will never again eat an omelet on race day, no matter how many hours later my run is.

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My next two “meals” were half an Udi’s bagel, the first with almond butter and a banana, the second with almond butter and some jelly we “secured” from Le Peep.



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For dinner I had a baked potato from Wendy’s and some chili. I don’t know what little town that Wendy’s was in but I don’t recommend it… They were not the most well-functioning fast food place. I also don’t recommend gas station coffee at 11:30pm. That was an experience.

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For breakfast, we stopped at Starbucks in Mt Pleasant where I had blueberry oatmeal. Snacks included trail mix, snack bars, cuties, starburst jelly beans and some Healthy Bites sent to us from Lindsay!

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Earth Fare and Attune Foods were kind enough to donate food to our whole team to keep us fueled, which we very much appreciated!

 

Can you only eat certain foods before a race or big workout?

What are your favorite travel snacks?



 

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