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Trail food
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So when your hiking/hunting/fishing or whatever takes you out in the wilds what do you pack for food?  Store bought or DIY?  How's it work for you?
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#2
When I am fishing I keep a can of BeanieWeenies and a can or two of sardines in my tackle box. Hunting it is usually jerky and peanut butter cheese crackers. Hiking and motorcycle riding is trail mix and jerky.
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#3
Mre's. And maybe some jerky.
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#4
I learned a meal Dave Canterbury cooked up on one of his PFOJ shows. He cooked yellow rice with half a summer sausage. Not a bad meat at all! I put a bit of hot sauce in mine and I'm good to go.

Beef jerky is a great hunting snack. Not too smelly and not too loud.

I like MREs. But they took the Tabasco out?? Haven't found one in a long while. Not good! This makes or breaks an MRE.
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#5
One of the amazing things about Amazon, you can get anything. http://www.amazon.com/TABASCO-brand-Pepp...B002BFXI56
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#6
Fortunately I always carry a bottle of hot sauce. But I'm disappointed they removed it from the packs. For the occasional times I can't get to my pack to get my bottle.
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#7
So much stuff available without paying big bucks for freeze dried. Oatmeal, Rice a Roni, make your own trail mix with nuts, granola, coconut, etc.
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#8
Home made up trail mix ( I like more raisins ) and gummy worms for the sugar kick when I get tired.
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(10-13-2015, 12:44 AM)burnsoft Wrote: One of the amazing things about Amazon, you can get anything. http://www.amazon.com/TABASCO-brand-Pepp...B002BFXI56

And if Amazon doesn't have it Ebay probably will!  Love those two sites  Smile
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(10-15-2015, 02:55 AM)SmokeRoss Wrote: So much stuff available without paying big bucks for freeze dried. Oatmeal, Rice a Roni, make your own trail mix with nuts, granola, coconut, etc.

Almonds, peanuts, and pecans are all low carb but have protein.  I have to watch the sugars and carbs. Whole grains, coconut, dried cranberries/raisins, and sunflower seeds all work well.
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