Real to winWritten by ecobika
Game 5 of ACB Finalpresented by ecobika 2-2
Tau Ceramica-Real Madrid (19.00 CET)
If I were kidding, I would say that both teams in must win situation…
The victory of Tau – champion of regular season of ACB - would be crown of a fantastic season (just remember Final Four in Moscow, victory against CSKA). But defeat would be logical too (just remember defeat against Maccabi in Final Four’s Final).
Real – second in regular season - is black horse here. Do you believe what Bozidar Maljkovic, coach of Real said? He said: „we don’t have any special surprising tactics, in world of today, where both teams have thousands of videos, we know each other perfectly. Tau has an excellent team, we’ll see, but we already had a fantastic season”.
Camping Food: Easy & Warm Camping Meals.Written by Marc Wiltse
Dehydrated/freeze-dried camping food is great for hiking, backpacking, or camping meals because you don't have to keep it cold to avoid spoiling.
While coolers/refrigerators can work well in some situations, ice or electricity isn't always available making dehydrated/freeze dried food very attractive. While removing water helps preserve camping food it also has another benefit...
Camping, backpacking, or hiking food that's freeze-dried or dehydrated can reduce weight by sixty to ninety percent. If you're carrying a backpack or other hiking gear with a few days worth of camping food and supplies this can make a BIG difference.
As with any prepackaged food you'll probably find most camping food portion/serving sizes extremely optimistic or after a long day of hiking...laughable. I'm not sure who dreamed up system but keep it in mind when you're buying it because otherwise you'll probably be going hungry, or if you're carrying a pack all day you might even be undernourished.
Something else to keep in mind is design of container itself. The containers with corners can make it difficult for boiling water to mix with camping food leaving dry spots. Also tall narrow containers make it almost impossible to reach inside with a spoon without getting as messy as a two year-old, as you work your way down to bottom. (A quick fix is to trim off top as you eat.) And if you're a light eater or use them afterwards for trash some of containers have a "ziplock" type of closure which can come in handy, if they're not trimmed to ribbons. ;-)