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Dehydrating meals for hiking – some tips and tricks

Tweet We have been having an email conversation with Julie about a few of the finer details of dehydrating full meals. She had a couple of excellent questions that we decided were well worth sharing here. Over to Julie’s email: I’ve recently bought your ebook “Food to Go”, which I’ve found a huge help for […]

Vegetarian recipes for the track

Tweet Ah, vegetarian backpacking food. What a popular topic.  In this article we follow up with some additional vegetarian recipes from one of our readers,  Sonia. Regular readers will recall the yummy Marrakech curried stew, the Massaman curry and how to dehydrate rice recipes Sonia shared in her first article: Vegetarian Hiking food.  In this article […]

Energy snack for your next trip – Flapjacks!

Tweet We have been corresponding with one of our readers Julia.  The hot topic was hiking food, of course! Julia  is living in Spain and gets out and about doing day walks and longer trips all around Spain and the Pyrenees. It sounds like a great spot to be,  and the trips, magic. She was […]

Vegetarian hiking recipes

Tweet We love it when readers  share information and new ideas. Sonja contacted us recently about Food to Go and asked how many vegetarian recipes there were in the eBook. She is heads off on many multiday trips in Australia and was looking for some new  ideas. There is a vegetarian backpacking food section in […]

Hiking food – have you tried La Chang or chinese sausage?

Finding protein to add to meals when you are hiking or bushwalking can be challenging. Without refrigeration, your backpacking food options options are limited to either prepackaged (like tuna), dehydrated at home or a pre-dried meat such as jerky or sausages like salami . In this article we discuss using La Chang or Chinese sausage as a great option to add to fresh food when you are backpacking in the bush.