Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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power fudge

not your run of the mill wimpy energy bar
 
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I've heard that on high altitude treks , experienced climbers bring sticks of butter and chomp on it as they climb to keep their daily calorie intake up . Eating raw butter , while fun , cannot be very appetising , my solution . Fudge infused with energy creating chemicals , basically fudge with red bull in the mix . Fudge is basically butter and fat so it would give you your needed calories , it would taste alot better then butter and it would give an extra jump to your step and jitter to your speech . Could also be eaten by gamers who need an extra kick to beat level 25 until they fall in to a sugar induced coma .
slapdash loser, Feb 16 2004

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       Sticks of butter? Blurgh! Try Kendall Mint Cake. Much tastier and just full of sugar.
squeak, Feb 16 2004
  

       Hike with a sugar cane that supports your weight and blood sugar level.
FarmerJohn, Feb 16 2004
  

       Judging by Touching The Void, munching raw butter seems to be the very least of the indignities mountain climbers get to experience. But anyway, I thought chocolate had long been used for this purpose?
DrCurry, Feb 16 2004
  

       There was once a ironic UK climbers web site that "promoted" lard as the ultimate power food, complete with spoof merchandising, such as T-shirts. It was a reaction to climbers endlessly debating the proper, but often daft, food to take on a climb with them.   

       Wow, [hippo] has managed to track down the very same people I was talking about. I'm impressed.
Aristotle, Feb 16 2004
  

       [Aristotle] Lard t-shirts still seem to be available (links).
hippo, Feb 16 2004
  

       i've seen sites that have edible tents and camping fuel , but it's pretty expensive and not good for trips more then a day
slapdash loser, Feb 16 2004
  

       by the way what's a Kendall Mint Cake it sounds interesting ?
slapdash loser, Feb 16 2004
  

       thank yee very informative
slapdash loser, Feb 16 2004
  

       Just use small dense squares of raw whale blubber and be done with it.
Dood, May 25 2006
  
      
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