>>7337522 >Reading Tea or black coffee. Depends on the situation really. In the morning, next to the newspaper? Strong, steaming black coffee. In the afternoon, with the lights turned down a bit? A cup of lovely tea.
>Camping Marshmallows and bisquits + bottled beer.
>Reading Who the fucks eats while they read? The only acceptable things are water, coffee, or tea while you leisurely read. Eating while reading is pig disgusting. >Gaming vegetable plate with hummus, popcorn, nuts, things that are easy to grab and easy to eat. >Camping trail mix, bags of assorted cut vegetables, smores, hot dogs. There's lots of foods that are great to cook over a campfire, but for "snacking", you're best off keeping it simple.
Lots of people drink tea with reading, I'm kinda surprised on that one, I prefer a nice strong irish breakfast blend.
What kind of gaming? For tabletop you want to avoid anything that'll leave a dust or residue on your fingers if you're handling anything that doesn't belong to you. I prefer pumpkin seeds here.
For video games I prefer clementines.
for camping, since it's presumably an extended time, you want a good assortment of snacks. Say, carrots for freshness, cashews or pretzels for salt, dried fruits for sweet? I can't eat just the same thing for a week.
>>7337764 >for camping, since it's presumably an extended time, you want a good assortment of snacks. Say, carrots for freshness, cashews or pretzels for salt, dried fruits for sweet? I can't eat just the same thing for a week. Duh. I presume nobody has the exact same snack every time they read or game, either.
The question is which is the ultimate, not which is the only one you will have.
>>7337522 >reading I never eat when I read. The sound of chewing pulls you out of the fantasy. Tea and cake if I want to pretend I'm a sophisticated reader and eater. >Gaming I usually snack on candy or meat. >Camping Jerky, sandwiches
>Reading? Nothing. I find it difficult to snack when I'm reading a good book. It just doesn't trigger that part of my brain. However, I do like a bit of wine or liquor, or a cup of good coffee when I'm reading. I used to read in bars a lot.
>Gaming? Preferably something not too messy. I like to have a hoagie on a good, hard roll for some gaming sessions. That way, every once in a while I can put down the controls, take a bite, and I'm good to go for a while. I also tend to drink most heavily when I'm gaming.
>Camping? Depends on what kind of camping you're doing. The best is fish and wild game that you've cooked yourself. I also like to bring along corn tortillas, which keep really well, and anything you can imagine to put in them. Hard cheese, tinned tuna, kippers or sardines, salsa, beans, sausage, deli meat, curry, whatever. And I also bring along nuts and oatmeal or porridge. And cowboy coffee.
>>7337522 While not the most proper this is what I'd eat >Reading Tea with half a ham sandwich >Gaming A citrus fruit soft drink and a chicken lettuce wrap >camping Almonds and raisins with a hard boiled egg and some water (or sage tea)
Tea or whiskey for reading, nothing for gaming, and motherfucking s'mores or fire roast sausages or some such for camping. Although I actually cook a fair bit while camping- the flavor of things cooked over a good old fashioned wood fire is pretty great and really enhances the whole camping experience imo.
>Reading Tea, cocoa or a glass of root beer. No foods, with the exception of Christmas cookies during the holidays. >Gaming Chocolate milk, tea or Dr. Pepper. Some spicy Pringles or cheese puffs. >Camping Sausages and pea soup.
>>7337522 >a) Reading? For this, I tend to gnosh on gummis, such as Life Savers gummis or jelly bellies...for studying that is. Having some nuts can be nice too, like smoked almonds. >b) Gaming? See above. Cleanish fingers. A smoothie is good, or a really large iced tea. Cheese on crackers, something that can nibbled and left alone for 20 minutes and not go bad like that. >c) Camping? Depends if a hiking, roughing it, or full on outdoors BBQing glory with a base camp and time and equipment and ice chests. A big one pot of something isn't a bad idea. Chili and cornbread. Some kind of fruit cobbler. S'mores.
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