Lamma, the quiet, car-free island we are having our training-camp, provides for lots of healthy ingredients for home-cooking. Oat-NIgiri are made from locally available brown/wild rice, muesli, oats, peanuts, bananas, peanut butter and raisins. Just boil the rice, mash everything, and add oats until the dough becomes dry enough not to be sticky. Eat them raw, or toast them. If raw, better keep them in the fridge, if very long-term, freeze them and toast them before eating! Enjoy!
Very interesting Juergen.
I would be interested in hearing more on what you eat.
Certainly a lighter body weight often equals a faster race time....but I am not sure if any particular food is that much better than any other (excluding the junk foods of course).
Being injury free is something I only dream about!
I do agree that there is a lot of good food around, basically, anything natural is good, whereas, in my opinion, heavily processed food is not so good for you. Francis always talks about his Kenyan "Ugaili", I'm curious to taste it!
Also, that guy sleeps at lot! Every night, he is in bed around seven, getting up at nine the next morning! And taking naps in the daytime! Even when he is working in Kenya, he says he is in bed by 8pm, gets up at 6 to run, and works from 9! Sleep is definitely a factor with regard to injury, recovery, and even body fat. I strongly believe that a lack of sleep can lead to over-weight, if you sleep after a work-out, your body will partly replenish its carbo from body-fat, ultimately leading to a lower bmi! Sleep off the kilos!
Bed by 8PM !!! Sounds a little dull......Maybe if you were in line for the Olympics.
Although it probably depends also as to who is with you. :-)
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Soba flour stone-ground in front of you
Soba noodles made in the premises
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Genuine, non-chemical soba source
Free wakame seawead
280Yen for mori-soba
I am very particular when it comes to soba, but this is superb.
Soba is rich in minerals and other nutrients, and have been known in Japan as a health food for many centuries.
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