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Or click the cover photos below to read a selection of recent Trail Bytes newsletters:

July 2018: How to make and dehydrate sweet potato pudding with glazed pecan sauce.

June 2018: How to Make Tortilla Fruit Tarts on the trail.

May 2018: How to make Bircher Muesli, backpacker style, for a nutritious, no-cook breakfast. Also, listen to Chef Glenn discuss making do-it-yourself backpacking meals on the Hunt Backcountry Podcast.

March 2018: Precooking, dehydrating, and rehydrating macaroni for the trail so that it is not too hard, not too soft, but just right.

February 2018: How to make ground beef taste like breakfast sausage and dehydrate it for grits and breakfast burritos.

November 2017: Fish Chowder Recipe. Enjoy it at home or dehydrate it for the trail. Easy to rehydrate in a pot, freezer bag, or thermos food jar.

October 2017: How to make and dehydrate meatballs. Recipes for meatballs with pasta and meatball sandwiches.

September 2017: How to make and dehydrate meatloaf. Recipe for meatloaf with noodles and green beans.

June 2017: How to make homemade pancakes in the oven, dehydrate them into bite-size pieces, and easily rehydrate them on the trail.

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