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June 25, 2020


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These date energy bites look exactly like the sort of thing for our bike rides too! How fabulous, especially now, when so many cafes are closed or restricted to only a few patrons at a time.

Last July, I started Beekeeper's Apprentice and really liked that each chapter is pretty much standalone - each like a short story. I thoroughly enjoyed the first three chapters, and then for who knows what reason, I put the book down. Thank you for the reminder to pick it up again.

Simona Carini

Indeed, Elizabeth, you never know whether you can find food on the way so carrying a snack besides water is important. These bites do well in warmer weather too.
I recommend you pick up the book again: there are interesting chapters ahead :)

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