Q: When I make rice for Allen Lim’s Rice Cake recipe, I end up with more rice cakes than I can handle. Can I freeze extra rice cakes for use another day?
Readers concerned about food safety have been asking: is it safe to keep portable snacks in my hot, sweaty pocket? For how long? Dr. Allen Lim and chef Biju Thomas respond.
Terrie at Velotry offers this “non-expert” perspective on how Feed Zone Portables has helped her cycling and her family: for pretty much everything.
Together, The Feed Zone Cookbook and Feed Zone Portables offer cyclists, runners, and triathletes over 150 vegetarian and 150 gluten-free recipes.
A Feed Zone reader Tony H. asked, “For the past few months, I’ve adopted a more low-carb approach. I don’t mean a ketogenic diet, but I am limiting my carbs…Are there recipes in your cookbooks that are targeted toward low-carb athletes?”
I’ve always thought that fruitcake gets a bad rap. Most fruitcake recipes are complicated and include too many ingredients. Here’s my take on a simple and more healthy version.
Dr. Allen Lim discusses the importance of staying hydrated and fueled during cold weather exercise in this Skratch Labs Blog.
In this new video from Skratch Labs, chef Biju Thomas demonstrates how to wrap a round portable snack like Basic Baked Eggs.
Jeremy Morgan is a mtb racer with the Twin Six team and the rider behind the blog RubberSideDown and he is living in the Feed Zone. See how he’s using the Feed Zone cookbooks to improve his nutrition and riding.
According to Dr. Allen Lim and chef Biju Thomas, eggs are the peloton’s favorite source of protein. Why? It’s as much about practicality as it is about taste. At home or on the road, eggs are affordable, easy to find, and simple to prepare in a variety of ways.
Do you know the #1 reason ultrarunners drop out of a race? It’s gastro-intestinal issues. Try Feed Zone Portables, which make great portable fuel for ultramarathon.
In this video from Skratch Labs, Allen Lim demonstrates how his rice cake wrapping technique can wrap, well, pretty much any snack.
Feed Zone Cookbook reader Matthew S. asked us for more ways to make vegetarian burgers.
Create your own ultimate Feed Zone kitchen with Chef Biju Thomas’ recommended shopping list for food and kitchen gear. Check out this Amazon List to help find the gear and appliances more easily.
VeloPress has improved distribution of the e-book edition of The Feed Zone Cookbook to more countries. See the list.
The Feed Zone Cookbook uses eggs quite a bit, so this poses a problem for our now eggless friends. Fortunately, chef Biju knows how to substitute for pretty much anything.
In this video from Skratch Labs, Feed Zone Cookbook co-author and cycling coach Allen Lim demonstrates how to prepare a lot of paper foil at once to speed up wrapping all those portable snacks.
Allen Lim presents a video guide to wrapping rice cakes.