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Kate’s Real Food Bars

What do you do when you are trying to maximize your ski time?  Typically you for-go lunch or grab one of MANY energy bars sold at any store.  I know I have had many lunch-less powder powder days and have had mixed results with the usual energy bar brands.

I wanted something different, something that didn’t have ingredients like:

  • Chromiun Clhloride
  • Ergocalciferol
  • Pyridoxine
  • Phytonadione
  • and others that don’t sound edible (and probably aren’t)

I was in luck, someone else had already had that idea.  That someone is Kate Schade from Jackson Hole, Wyoming.  As a skier, Kate didn’t always have time to cook a meal to eat all while juggling multiple jobs and a habit of skiing tram laps all day.  And that is how Kate’s Real Food Bars was created.

Yummy ingredients!

Kate wanted something that would substitute a meal, or two, or all day.  To do that she needed quality organic ingredients.  Things like:

  • Organic Rolled Oats
  • Organic Peanut Butter
  • Milk Choclate
  • Organic Rasins
  • And many more things that look and sound edible!

Currently there are 5 extremely delicious flavors to choose from: The Tram Bar, The Stash Bar, The Grizzley Bar, The Tiki Bar, and the Handle Bar.  I can personally attest the the flavor of all 5.  The first time I ate one the words out of my mouth were something like,

“That is F%$&ing good!”

Not only are these bars amazing, they dont freeze to a tooth breaking rock like other bars do.

BUY BARS HERE!

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13 Comments

  1. coyo says:

    hey we sell these at diamond peak :)

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  2. Unofficals father says:

    You can buy these in Salt lake City at this cool little shop called Liberty Heights fresh. They got some tasty food too.

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  3. pine tree says:

    Eat Organic
    Ski faster!

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  4. Bugbear says:

    Expensive as fuck though, if I was going to spend that kind of money on food while skiing I would just go get some hot lodge food

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    • spandeau ballet says:

      yeah, hard to justify ~$3 each when i can get 4 cliff bars for that price at Target

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      • Unofficals father says:

        You can’t buy 4 cliff bars for 3 bucks. You can buy like a whole box for 12 dollars.

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        • Rachel says:

          Keep in mind these are still handmade at the factory in the Tetons. It’s a lot easier to sell mass produced machine made bars cheap. Just saying.

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  5. Jason says:

    yeah they sound pretty good – send a few over here to Europe!

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  6. mdskier says:

    Avoid any processed food containing chemicals whose names you can’t pronounce.

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  7. Lucky Duck says:

    Found a Stash Bar in the snow on my way to work this morning. Just ate it. It was awesome. Another sunny day in Jackson….but where’s the snow?

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  8. Cameron says:

    Shame about the exorbitant shipping prices too. I bought a gift box to give them a try but I won’t be buying them regularly with slow shipping being $10! Feels like the old ebay days of something being cheaper but having $50 shipping.

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    • Funbecoming says:

      Dude! These bars are even worth the shipping for me! I can be pretty cheap, but who wants a crappy bar on an awesome ski? I want Kate’s. Maybe not as good calories per penny as the Cliff Bar on sale, but supporting a small cool company. Taste fucking awesome and fill me up.

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  9. Steve says:

    You can purchase Kate Real Food Bars online at this website as well:

    http://www.jhmarketplace.com/katesrealfood/

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