Iten: The HATC Food

Iten - High Altitude Training Centre (HATC)
Iten – High Altitude Training Centre (HATC)

The food at the High Altitude Training Centre (HATC) doesn’t feature ugali at every meal, but it is featured at every dinner. The meals are based around a one-week cycle, so starting in your second week you become more and more familiar with the food you will eat on any given day. Below provides an idea of the food provided at each meal.

Breakfast

Porridge
Hard-boiled eggs
Bread (prepared and baked in-house) with spread options of butter, jam, and peanut butter
A rotation between french toast, crepes, flapjacks and a Kenyan type of fried bread

Hot water for instant coffee, hot chocoloate or tea
Chai

Morning Tea

Hot water for instant coffee, hot chocolate or tea
Chai

Bread with spread options of butter, jam, and peanut butter
Fried bread (if left over from that day’s breakfast)

Lunch

Soup
Rolls (prepared and baked in-house)

Rice, noodles or pasta
Rotating sauces/stews (predominantly vegetarian)

Salad featuring a varying combination of cabbage, carrot, cucumber, tomato, onion, pineapple, raisins

Afternoon Tea

Hot water for instant coffee or tea
Chai

Rolls (if left over from that day’s lunch)

Dinner

Ugali
Kale or cabbage

Monday: beef stew and rice
Tuesday: fish and mashed potatoes
Wednesday: beef and chapati
Thursday: pizza
Friday: chicken
Saturday: beef
Sunday: barbecue and chapati

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