- Exactly why are Haribo so good….
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Haribo are a bit chewy
I think there was a batch of particularly chewy Haribo. I think they may have bin experimenting with a non-pork/animal based gelatine substitute. I do know they have Halal versions of some of their sweets.
Recent baygs have bin a lot softer, for sure.Posted 6 years agobrooessMember
I mix haribo with nuts, raisins and choc chips for a balance of necessary slow burn energy and sugar hit over the course of a ride. I find Haribo cheer me up which can be helpful when you’re suffering.Posted 6 years ago
Gels I use as get me homes when I’m proper borked. Def work for me.
I’d avoid taking too many or relying on them for your primary source of energy, IMO, they can use up reserves you need towards the endmaccruiskeenSubscriber
A rare find but…. Haribo Jellybabies for the win. Smaller and sharper/fruitier than the Bassetts versions, easier to chomp on when you’re thirsty and not as chewy as other haribo . Much better value too.
If you come across the special addition anniversary ‘Bassetts Jellyatrics’- pensioner shaped jelly babies – don’t bother with them, they’re rubbishPosted 6 years ago
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