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Old 01-23-2015, 08:17 AM   #11
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CherylJ the precooked bacon is a fantastic idea, add some peanut butter, a couple of chocolate bars and I'm set!

This list had some great ideas, the pouch of instant potatoes and packet of gravy mix sounded like real comfort food to me.

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I think a hiking trip would be a great place to take a ziplock sandwich bag filled with all of those little condiment packages that are everywhere these days. Things like jam, salad dressing, sugar packets, soy sauce, hot mustard, S&P etc...
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Old 01-23-2015, 12:41 PM   #12
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Some great simple ideas here which I will take with me the next time I fire up the Pocket Rocket! Often times, shielding the stove from the wind can be an ordeal, you're happy with just a pot of boiling water in front of you. :)
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Powdered eggs are surprisingly good, especially if you have a little pre-cooked bacon to add.

Jerky, nuts, granola, etc. can all be used to cook meals. For breakfast meals, packets of dried, rolled oats are good, and light weight. You can pre-mix flour, powdered egg, baking powder, sugar, powdered milk, and salt together. Then, on site, you just add a little butter, or oil, and water to make pancakes.

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