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05/27/2014 09:46PM   (Thread Older Than 3 Years)
I do not recommend GORP with coconut. The coconut gets all over the place. Tastes great, makes a mess.

The best GORP I've had was almonds, dark chocolate M&Ms, coconut, and dried cherries. but I'll eat it at home. :)
 
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schweady
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05/27/2014 10:07PM  
Try coconut flavored M&Ms.
 
05/28/2014 10:01PM  
quote schweady: "Try coconut flavored M&Ms.
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OMG
 
dblwhiskey
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05/28/2014 10:28PM  
Try checking around at some the stores that may have bulk bins with nuts and dried fruit. I have found coconut flakes there about the size of a fingernail, mixed into the gorp its not as messy.
 
05/29/2014 12:45AM  
Costco sells a large bag of dried young coconut where the pieces are large and chunky. I like to add it into my gorp.
 
OldFingers57
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05/29/2014 06:58AM  
quote nojobro: "I do not recommend GORP with coconut. The coconut gets all over the place. Tastes great, makes a mess.

The best GORP I've had was almonds, dark chocolate M&Ms, coconut, and dried cherries. but I'll eat it at home. :)"


I agree. i get some dried fruit mix that has coconut flakes in it and they get all over the place. Not worth it in my opinion.
 
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