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    Default Dehydrated Food to the Woods

    Ideas.
    I just returned from an event and I gathered quite a few ideas that could be useful for dehydrating your own food and using it in the wilderness.
    I'd like to see if there are any other additional ideas.
    If you go backpacking, float hunting, overnight ATVing... I don't mind. I just want to have additional ideas not only for my fall moose hunt, but to always have them when I decide to start overnight snowshoeing, maybe for my survival pack, and for the next season of remote wilderness backpacking.
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    Default http://www.trailcooking.com/

    Hey! I get to hepl COtoAK!

    http://www.trailcooking.com/ These folks have been doing-it-yourself camping food for years. Tons of great info. This style of food prep goes very well with JetBoils.

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    Quote Originally Posted by .338-06 View Post
    Hey! I get to help COtoAK!

    http://www.trailcooking.com/ These folks have been doing-it-yourself camping food for years. Tons of great info. This style of food prep goes very well with JetBoils.
    This is a GREAT website with so many recipes. That's what I was really looking for. Thanks, .338-06!!

    I learned that there are places to order dehydrated sour cream, dehydrated peanut butter, and dehydrated tomatoes. I think that what I'll do my next pack trip is to actually spend the time to do a food plan because I learned that I could save far more weight if I do just that.
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    Default the back-country kitchen

    The back country kitchen Is a great book if you want to dehydrate stuff your self. It tells you how to do it and then gives you instructions/recipes for how to rehydrate and use it.
    It ain't about the # of pounds of meat we bring back, nor about how much we spent to go do it. Its about seeing what no one else sees.

    http://wouldieatitagainfoodblog.blogspot.com/

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