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Unread 07-14-2011, 01:58 PM
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Re: day trip food

Canned raviolis are good and easy, smoked oysters. CLIF bars. Jerky. Nature valley granola bars. If i can stop by a grocery store on the way out of town and grab a rotissery chicken, those taste great and are easy to wrap in wax paper and pack in.
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    Unread 07-14-2011, 05:05 PM
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    Re: day trip food

    I carry Cliff bars for a good compact fuel source and like the peanut butter ones the best. None of them are real tasty though, so I always like to have jerky to eat with them. The jerky leaves a much better aftertaste.
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    Re: day trip food

    My son turned me onto a mixture of peanut butter and whey protein powder. It was pretty good. Like permaculture I agree that fat is important in a satisfying diet.
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    Re: day trip food

    Has anyone tried using an MRE heaters for self prepared foods. I tried the minute rice under the arm trick. It never got better than luke warm. I am going to see if a ziplock bag can stand up to the MRE heater. If so the MRE heaters are pretty inexpensive and light weight.
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    Re: day trip food

    I think a food saver bag would stand up to an MRE heater. Just not sure how you would seal it off when you have your stuff in it.

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    Re: day trip food

    Beef Jerky, Snickers, Nuts and Marlboros. Everything I need.
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