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Meals Ready To Eat (MRE) for Backpacking

Meals Ready To Eat (MRE) for Backpacking

Here’s what an MRE package contains and some of my recommendations for backpackers who might want to try MREs for their next trip:

by May 31, 2011 0 comments Food
The No-Cook Trail Lunch

The No-Cook Trail Lunch

I have to admit that I am often lazy when it comes to making lunch on the trail. I don’t drag the stove out very often and in the warmer seasons I actually try to avoid the practice of a cooked lunch.

by May 10, 2011 0 comments Food
Dehydrated Backpack Meals

Dehydrated Backpack Meals

Since sauces are a great way to add flavor to any good meal, I like to make a sauce and dehydrate it to something like fruit leather and add it to the mix in camp. Once again you can be creative. Spaghetti, Brown Gravy, Sweet and Sour, Chow Mein, Fried Rice, and many more sauces can be added to whatever meal you decide to create. If you don’t want to dehydrate your own sauces, just look in the grocery store dried sauces section. I like the fried rice mix.

by April 26, 2011 0 comments Food
Eggs in the Backcountry

Eggs in the Backcountry

With Easter being just around the corner, I thought it would be fitting to talk about eggs in the back country for this months food feature. I’ve always been a big fan of eggs for breakfast and sometimes we will switch things up and have eggs for our dinner.

by April 1, 2011 0 comments Food
Soup’s On Pizza Soup and Ribollita

Soup’s On Pizza Soup and Ribollita

I’m not talking about Cup-a-Soup or other pre-packaged fare but about homemade soup that makes you feel warm, cozy, and satisfied.

by March 1, 2011 0 comments Food
Top 10 Backpacking Meals

Top 10 Backpacking Meals

Ant and Dandelion burrito. Why I like it: In a time when most of us are not in tune with where our food comes from, this will help you get close to nature, overcome food aversions (if you can eat bugs you can eat almost anything), practice survival skills, and it’s packed with high energy protein not to mention the cool factor for impressing others in your group or at least giving them something to talk about.

by October 1, 2010 0 comments Food