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Chef Glenn's Backpacking Menu and Food Drying Plan for 8-day Appalachian Trail Hike.
Hearty, homemade backpacking meals and calorically dense foods for a 3-day backpacking trip.
The Evernew titanium pots with fry pan lids that I recommend are often out of stock from all suppliers. I just received word that they are currently in stock and on sale. Visit my cookware page for the link.
Vacuum seal bags protect daily rations. Chef Glenn demonstrates how to vacuum seal backpacking food with a FoodSaver vacuum sealer.
Learn how to make homemade dog treats with a food dehydrator. Chef Glenn calls his dog treat recipe, "Dog Bark."
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Backpacking Norway: Valerie and Tim's Photo Journal and Menu
Excalibur Food Dehydrator compared to Nesco and L'equip. High-capacity, no hole-in-the-middle Excalibur Dehydrator trays dehydrate more food.
Backpacking Cookware Review: Evernew ECA-417 & ECA-418 Non-stick, Titanium Pots with Fry Pan Lids
Cooking for two. Cook two servings combined in one pot or two individual servings in a pot and fry pan lid. You can heat individual servings over tea light candles.