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Mountain Treats: Tram Bars Keep you Moving

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Stop by the Country Market in Big
Sky en route to the slopes and pick
up a Tram Bar: fuel to curb hunger
in the tram or lift line. These palm
size treats are made with an organic
combination of chocolate, peanut
butter, rolled oats, honey, dried fruit
and seeds , i.e. a good dose of fats,
proteins and carbs to keep riders full
and energized.
Kate Schade, the founder of Kate’s
Real Food in Jackson Hole, is a ski
bum at heart who used to ski off the
tram in Jackson all day, then wait
tables in the evenings. On her days
off she made her own energy bars
which she created to eat and share
with friends while waiting in the
Tram Line at JH.
Tram Bars are now designed specifically
with getting the most out of
a ski day in mind. “I wanted something
that tasted really good, used
whole, healthy ingredients and
gave me the energy I need to ski all
day,” Kate said. “It just happened
that everyone who tried them loved
them, and soon friends and complete
strangers were asking
me to sell them
at retail and Kate’s
Real Food was born,”
Schade said.
Kate’s Real Food also
offers the Grizzly Bar,
a similar bar made with
dark chocolate, and the
Caz. Bar, a blend of similar
ingredients with the
addition of coconut spice.

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