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.
In this video from Skratch Labs, Allen Lim demonstrates how his rice cake wrapping technique can wrap, well, pretty much any snack.
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.
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.
Pro cyclist Julian Kyer shares how he eats healthy while traveling using a mini “travel kitchen” he developed with Dr. Allen Lim.
In this video Allen Lim talks about why beet juice is an essential part of our athletes daily nutrition and also briefly demonstrates how easy it is to use our Omega Juicer.
Dr. Allen Lim performs a science experiment on eggs at Skratch Labs to demonstrate why athletes need to eat real food during exercise instead of drinking all their calories in the form of gels and high-calorie drink mixes.
Readers concerned about food safety have been sending in several versions of these two questions: How long will they last in the fridge or in my pocket? Can I freeze portables?
A reader Patricia was kind enough to post a comment about a new product she’s found useful for wrapping some of the portable recipes in The Feed Zone Cookbook: Reynolds Wrap non-stick Pan Lining Paper.
VeloNews.com has posted the last of its cooking show video series Inside the Feed Zone.