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That said, grocery stores have a huge variety of ready to eat and easy to prepare items and many have hot food and deli counters where you can eat well at moderate cost.
I carry a couple of energy bars for emergency food, and I really hope I won't need them.
On a separate note, what are day-to-day expenses like if I camp along the route, and to what extent do I need to plan accommodation / camp sites in advance?
Granola bars and peanut butter sandwiches are OK I guess while riding and you have no good place to stop for food. But never ever supper. When you set up camp for the night you are in town or close to town or you just went through a town. There should always be a place to get real food close to your camp spot. Or get food before getting to your camp spot. I would never tolerate granola bars and peanut butter sandwiches for supper ever.