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Can anyone tell me what the best food is for value for someone on a strict budget?

I would say either a pasty from Welsh Oggie stall near Yeomans Bridge i think... or pasta http://www.efestivals.co.uk/info/food.php?fid=105 both are filling too. The Roaming Rotisserie were pretty good value too IMHO http://www.efestivals.co.uk/info/food.php?fid=175

Large yogurts from Yeo Valley were £1 in 2011 so grab one of these for breakfast. Buy some bananas from the fruit stall to fill up between meals. Also take some cereal bars with you. :)

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Can anyone tell me what the best food is for value for someone on a strict budget?

To add to my earlier reply there is also Small World Cafe in the circus fields and the lovely Hare Krishna people will feed you for free. :)

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To add to my earlier reply there is also Small World Cafe in the circus fields and the lovely Hare Krishna people will feed you for free. :)

We're does the funding come from hare Krishna. Dont they have to pay for there pitch?. How does the free food work are you preached to whilst you eat?

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We're does the funding come from hare Krishna. Dont they have to pay for there pitch?. How does the free food work are you preached to whilst you eat?

Have a read at this thread or search the archives on here, there is lots of info! :)

http://www.efestivals.co.uk/forums/topic/172759-hare-krishna-hare-krishna/

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To add to my earlier reply there is also Small World Cafe in the circus fields . :)

My favorite food stall on site :lol:...Says more about my food tastes though as there tends to be lot of kids getting tucked in to :P

But yes really reasonable prices there :)

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Can anyone tell me what the best food is for value for someone on a strict budget?

Just stick by the pork sandwich stands at the Pyramid Stage and you'll be fine.

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Box of Weetabix, pint of milk in a morning and force about 6 down your neck,should fill you up till early evening and the jobs a carrot as they say.

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Box of Weetabix, pint of milk in a morning and force about 6 down your neck,should fill you up till early evening and the jobs a carrot as they say.

Agreed

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Anyone know if the food stall in the campervan field is just another burger van or is it a bit more advanced

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Anyone know if the food stall in the campervan field is just another burger van or is it a bit more advanced

Its a burgervan. They do a filthy bacon sambo too. I wouldnt plan on eating from it all weekend.

Edit - By filthy I mean good, good if you're hungover. If you have a camper you can stock up on food though obviously and cook yourself. Id recommend to do that.

The burger/breakfast van is a little bit too close to the portaloos for my liking. You wouldn't be asking for extra brown sauce like.......

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Nah we will prob make our own, in morning and get grub on site through day, then something like pot noodle when we come back at bed time

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Can anyone tell me what the best food is for value for someone on a strict budget?

Thought you were local? Can't you just go home for your snap or bring it in every day?

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Thought you were local? Can't you just go home for your snap or bring it in every day?

Maybe Chris Jagger could bring him a hamper in Saturday afternoon?

Can't he get you a backstage hospitality pass to the all inclusive artistes buffet?

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Nah we will prob make our own, in morning and get grub on site through day, then something like pot noodle when we come back at bed time

We find a good stash of Heinz tomato soup, bread, crumpets, eggs and cheese are all handy for concocting late night snacks. And bacon for the morning apart from Wednesday & Thursday where I do a full fry up!

We have an oven so I take par baked bread, saves carting it around with you on-site. :)

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At restaurants, festivals etc when I am out I like to try things I wouldn't normally eat. Now I love my meat, especially rich meats like game. I could never be a vegetarian and no chance of me being vegan but at Glastonbury I had a vegetarian burger that is up there with any live and kicking burger, it was f*cking superb! :) I forget the name of the place but if facing the Greenpeace wall thingy it was on the left I think, will definitely be looking for it again.

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Maybe Chris Jagger could bring him a hamper in Saturday afternoon?

Can't he get you a backstage hospitality pass to the all inclusive artistes buffet?

I have to be patient and see

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