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    Default Disposable Food Pouches

    I'm all about convenience when we're backpacking and canoeing. The fewer items to wash the better. My kids eat applesauce that comes in disposable pouches that are super tough, convenient, lightweight, and they pack flat after use. You can buy new pouches that have larger openings which would be easier to load, but I'm a cheapskate, so I just wash and rinse them after the kids eat the apple sauce. I use a 2 oz. irrigation syringe to fill them, I can usually draw what I want up into the syringe, then I put the tip into the pouch opening and squeeze the product in. Depending on the product, sometimes I have to take the plunger out and load them with a butter knife. We like to fill them with creamy peanut butter and jelly and smear it on a tortilla for a easy and pack-able snack. If anybody else has some suggestions, I'm all ears.

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    Those work great! Thanks for the hint

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