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We Have Issues: A Hiker’s Guide of Sorts

We Have Issues: A Hiker’s Guide of Sorts

Staying Warm. Always remember the mantra: “Nothing keeps you warm like hypothermia.” If you are feeling a bit nippy one of the best things to do is to find a nice, frigid alpine like, throw off your pack and jump in with all of your driest clothes on. Although this might make you a little colder initially, after a few minutes you’ll be basking in the heat of hypothermia. Aaaaah, toasty.

by October 18, 2011 0 comments Fireside
It’s Apple Harvest Time

It’s Apple Harvest Time

You can use dried apples in hot cereals, pancakes, stuffed French toast, granola, energy bars, wraps, baking, trail mix, or simply as something to munch on while you hike. You can also place a few rehydrated apple slices between two oatmeal cookies and drizzle a little bit of caramel sauce over top for a quick and yummy dessert.

by September 20, 2011 0 comments Food
An Inspiration from the Produce Aisle

An Inspiration from the Produce Aisle

Shortly before you plan to eat the salad, rehydrate the dried ingredients with cold water using a ratio of 1 part dried mix to 2/3 part water. Check the salad after a few minutes and add a little more water as necessary.

by July 5, 2011 0 comments Food
Chia—It’s not just a novelty gift

Chia—It’s not just a novelty gift

I remember the first time I thought of using chia seeds as part of our backcountry cooking repertoire.

by June 7, 2011 0 comments Food
Lefse in the Back Country

Lefse in the Back Country

all you need is a little preparation time and a creative spirit.

by December 2, 2010 0 comments Food
Quinoa – A Superfood for the Trail

Quinoa – A Superfood for the Trail

Back in my vegetarian days I often turned to quinoa (pronounced keen-wa) as an important part of my diet.

by December 2, 2010 0 comments Food