Here are your edits for the energy gels.
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I started backpacking while working for the National Park service ten years ago.
**Pretty sure "Service" should be capitalized in this situation
Flavors Tested: Vanilla, Fruit Smoothie, Acai & Pomengranate
**Extra "N" in "Pomegranate"
Product Information and Specifications:
**Stray "D" sitting under the table.
I have never tried an energy gel before, I will be honest, I have never really had a desire to try an energy gel as it just didn't sound very appetizing.
**Maybe add an "and" instead of the first comma?
Unfortunately, I was holding my toast in such a way that the gel actually ran off of the toast and down my hand, as I said, the gel is thin.
**This should probably be two sentences. "
down my hand. As I said, the gel
I decided to try mixing it with approximately a cup (.24 liters) of water, the Honey Stinger website doesn't give any suggested mixing ratios for consuming the gel in this way.
**Again, probably should split this up. "
of water. The Honey stinger
The flavor was what you would expect, a watered down vanilla flavor but still very sweet.
**Probably should be "was what I would expect". Using "you" in reports is something we try to avoid.
I drank about half of the water/gel mixture and then poored the rest out.
**Should be "poured" with a "U"
My first experience with the Honey Stinger Organic Energy Gel was not the best, I look forward to trying the gel out in the field while hiking to see if my body's need for carbohydrates and energy will improve the overall experience and taste.
**Two sentences again. "
was not the best. I look forward to