Dehydrated Backpacking Food
When it comes to packing for your backcountry adventure, lighter is better. Gone are the days of lugging heavy cans and boxes of food. Our dehydrated food is ultralight and goes a long way. In our Backpacking Kit, you get over 70 servings of veggies, beans, and lentils! Our Backpacking Kit is such a terrific value that it won the Editor's Choice Award from Backpacker Magazine, for overall excellence! DELICIOUS MIX OF READY TO COOK INGREDIENTS: Each kit includes a wide variety of wholesome foods: carrots, potatoes, green peas, tomatoes, celery, green beans, sweet corn, green cabbage, red and green peppers, onions, black beans, northern beans, red beans, pinto beans and lentils. Everything you need for gourmet backpacking meals! EASY GOURMET BACKPACKING MEALS: Preparing for a backpacking trip is a lot of work. Let us take care of the food prep. The food in this kit comes fully prepped, chopped, dried, and bagged in resealable zip pouches. And it’s easy to cook! You just add water. Cooking time is 10-15 minutes, and clearly outlined on our packaging. Simply pour the desired rations into your pot, simmer, season, and enjoy! SAVOR YOUR ADVENTURE: This kit provides easy, portable meals for your favorite outdoor activity, whether that’s backpacking, hiking, camping, paddling, hunting, or fishing. It’s an essential backpacking accessory and a great gift for the hikers, campers, hunters, fishers, paddlers, and other adventurers in your life. It’s also a convenient way to supply your pantry for everyday use. It maximizes food storage capacity in tiny camper cupboards. It’s a worthwhile investment in emergency preparedness or survival prep. And it’s perfect for travel! PREMIUM QUALITY DEHYDRATED FOOD: We use a special air-drying process to preserve the nutritional content of our non-GMO ingredients. Our food is free from pesticides, chemicals, and heavy metals. It’s also gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, high-protein, low-sodium, and kosher.
"IT'S LIKE A LIGHTWEIGHT CEREAL BAR PACKED WITH NUTRITION.... BUT MOIST AND DELICIOUS" - Tim McC, Customer
"a whopping 645 calories with a balanced mix of carbs, protein, sodium, fats and fiber." - BACKPACKER MAGAZINE
"These ready-to-eat meal bars are great-tasting, soft and chewy and nutrient-dense, making them ideal for ultrarunners, cyclists, hikers, mountaineers, skiers or anyone who needs to carry their food supply with them on their adventures." - COMPETITOR MAGAZINE
"Tasty and dense, these bars are a nice supplement to regular meals on the trail." - GEAR JUNKIE
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Wise Company provides dependable, simple and affordable food options for out of kitchen situations. With a wide variety of options for families and individuals interested in storing long-term foods in case of emergency, on a camping or road trip, or at the lease, you may never miss the kitchen at all. There is an assortment of great-tasting gourmet entrees, vegetables and fruits you and your family will love to eat. These ready-made, freeze-dried and dehydrated meals are nitrogen-packed in mylar pouches to maintain freshness and are prepared in minutes simply by adding boiling water. Each 6 count package comes with 6 pouches containing four servings each. Four Servings - Cook in the Pouch Meal. Rolled Oats with Strawberries and Sweet Whey Milk. With a 25 year shelf life, they're not only great for your long term food storage needs; but, also camping, backpacking, hunting, and fishing trips. They're easy to prepare - Just Add Boiling Water - Ready in 15 Minutes! Specifications: - Type: Dehydrated/Freeze Dried - Model or Style: Emergency Food Kit - Size: 24 Servings - Function: Food - Emergency Recommended * 25 Year Shelf-Life - Rolled Oats with Strawberries and Sweet Whey Milk - 4 Servings per Pouch (6 Count) - Just add Boiling Water - Ready in 15 Minutes - Gourmet Taste - Premium Quality - Long Shelf-Life
Features Ingredients - Super Sweet Corn Peas Butter Sauce (Modified Corn Starch Salt Whey Solids Non-Fat Dry Milk Dehydrated Butter Natural Butter Flavor Sugar Xanthan Gum Lactic Acid Turmeric And Annatto) Carrots. Allergens - Contains a Milk And Dairy Supply Size - Days and Weeks Total Calories - 140 Food Type - Fruits and Vegetables Preservation Method - Freeze-Dried Food
Trip prep… I spent a lot of time trying to make a trip to Baxter State Park work. I considered a lot of combinations for 3 to 4 day wilderness loops trying to incorporate available sites. Since I had waited until only several weeks before the trip, there was just no good way to make this trip happen. Perhaps I’ll get another shot at this next year. The Presi traverse had a lot of things going for it. I had done the trip before and was familiar with the route. In addition, food and water is plentiful along the route so it is hardly a wilderness experience. Unfortunately, I had more time to plan the trip than I did to pack for it. We spent the day unpacking from the Allagash trip and packing our backpacks. I had arranged for transportation to the trail head later in the afternoon. A quick trip to the grocery store was needed for taco shells, tomatoes, cheese, 2 cans of chicken, rice, snacks, bananas, and jerky. The rest of our food was made up of leftovers from the Allagash trip. We left Standish at 1PM and stopped in Fryeburg at 2PM for lunch at Subway. We dropped my car at the Webster Cliff trail head on Rt 302 at 3PM. We made it to the Valley Way trail head on Rt 2 at 4PM. At the start our packs weighed: 32 lbs (my pack), 25 lbs (15 year-old's pack) and 15 lbs (13 year-olds pack). It felt like we were making good time up Valley Way but with our packs it still took us until 6:12PM to make it into camp. The tent site was almost full when we arrived and we ended up on a hillside which really wasn’t a problem for our hammocks. The tacos we made for dinner tasted amazing even though the rice was a lot more like soup than rice. Dinner consisted of tortilla shells, Knorr Spanish rice, a package of Mexican cheese, a chopped fresh tomato, freshly shredded lettuce, and a can of chicken. Not typical backpacking food, but we love the stuff. Once we finished dinner, all food had to be put into a bear bag and hung up in the trees. We crawled into our sleeping bags just after 8PM as we wanted to get an early start. Alarm was set at 5:15. Up early and it was hard to crawl out of the warm sleeping bags. We quickly broke camp and headed up the hill to Madison Spring Hut and the summit of Madison returning back to the hut before 8AM. We summited Adams just after 9AM and the weather was still clear and beautiful. However, my 13 year old fell and scraped his knee and morale declined as the weather started to close in. We pushed on hard through heat and humidity as the clouds surrounded us. We stayed on the AT and skipped the peak of Jefferson and Clay. It seemed to take forever to get to the peak of Washington. We were very hungry and thirsty when we finally arrived at the peak of Washington. We couldn't even get near the actual summit sign because of the long line. We were tired, exhausted, and dehydrated. Most of these folks had arrived via car or train. When we couldn't find a seat in the dining room I just dropped my pack and got in the line for food. In retrospect, I must have been very dehydrated. I made the boys hold our place in the long line and sat on a bench for a minute. As the group leader and the parent, I should definitely have not let myself get dehydrated to that point. The weather and the terrain can be very tricky in the mountains particularly in the Presidentials. Since we didn't have reservations, the hut host told us we had to keep hiking to Nauman tentsite but that it was only 3 ½ hours away. Dry River shelter was closed so we had to keep going. We left at 3PM but in our haste we followed the AT and skipped the peaks of Monroe, and Eisenhower but went over Pierce. However, we made it to the Mizpah hut at around 6PM. Dinner was great. We cooked Cheesy Noodles and added the rest of the bag of Mexican cheese from the previous night. We put mashed potatoes right in the same pot and mixed it up. We had Ritz crackers and cheese sticks for dessert. I had put crumbs in our trash so our trash had to spend the night in the bear box with our food. We were in bed and snoring by 9:15. Alarm was set for 5:30. Someone had rattled the chain on the bear box and it woke me up before the alarm at 5:20 and I decided to let the boys sleep late. I lazed in the hammock until 6 when I got up and made coffee. I headed into the Mizpah hut and looked at maps and filled our water bottles. When I got back I woke the boys up. The oldest boiled the water for oatmeal. Source: Guide Spot
Camping meals get easier when the cook plans on spending as much time in the woods as he would at home. Jember and Jonas Chaney left no crumbs of this dinner of home-dried salsa over couscous with pre-cooked chicken at Glacier National Park's
My intentions were lofty. Muesli with hickory nuts and dried cherries for breakfast; local smoked ham in a dehydrated split pea soup with whole grain crackers for lunch; and seasoned, dehydrated ground beef and homemade tomato-vegetable sauce with
I'm used to hauling all my gear on my back for an overnight trek and then mustering down some dehydrated space food for dinner. Our first night at camp quickly proved this was not going to be our experience on Kilimanjaro. We had a dinner tent stocked
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beef, broccoli, barley, garlic, green beans, eggs, liver, spinach, water
almond extract, flour, chocolate sprinkles, cream of tartar, egg whites, sugar, salt, vanilla extract
flour, cream of tartar, sugar, vanilla extract, heavy cream, angel food cake, egg whites, strawberries, strawberries, strawberries, strawberries, angel food cake, strawberries, sugar, sugar, lemon juice, cornstarch, sugar, water, salt, vanilla extract, water
beef, carrot, celery, chicken broth, barley, potato, water
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there are more than 250 recipes that use the dehydrated foods as ingredients, whether at home, camping or in a dorm room. Dried items can be used in relishes, chutneys, soups, stews and baked goods. "I always get enthusiastic. I buy that big bag of apples ...
Flavorful Freeze-Dried Foods For Backpacking & Camping - at Cabela's
Dehydrated Food & Freeze-Dry Meals. Lightweight. Add Water. Delicious!
Great selection of food and cookware for camp cooking.
Dehydrated Food Recipes - Make Soup with dried foods. Swiss Mountain Man Soup, Georgia Good 'Ole Boy Soup
Home-dehydrated meals takes up half the space of store-bought freeze-dried meals so you can carry a week's supply of backpacking food without hiring a goat.
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