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Specific concerns to transporting, preparing, and consuming foods during excursions into the great outdoors.

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Peanut butter can be good source of protein or useful for emergency rations, but it can be sticky and not finger friendly, how can you make it less sticky?
asked Jan 15 '18 by Charlie Brumbaugh
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Couple of ways to do this, Powdered milk, has a shelf life of over a year and just needs water added to it. Evaporated milk, milk with over 60% of the water removed before being canned. Sweetened co …
answered Aug 29 '19 by Charlie Brumbaugh
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The trick is to mix it with something else such as, Powdered Milk Oatmeal Powdered sugar Graham Crackers Rice Crispies You can also add other things to increase the sweetness like, Chocolate Chi …
answered Jan 15 '18 by Charlie Brumbaugh
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I am pretty certain that this is what you are looking for, Image Source Two tablespoons (32g) of the stuff has 8g of protein and 16g of fat. Source It easy to carry, does not require refrigerati …
answered Jan 25 '17 by Charlie Brumbaugh
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It's possible to buy tea that is loose leaf instead on in the tea bags and use it while in the outdoors such as cold brewing in a Nalgene. Coffee grounds need to be packed out but what about tea leave …
asked Jun 9 '19 by Charlie Brumbaugh
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Wild strawberries are very tasty, but I have only ever found them by accident. What locations would be good starting points to look for them?
asked Feb 20 '17 by Charlie Brumbaugh
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I am only considering those situations where human waste can be buried, since if that has to be carried out in a wag bag, then the food should be as well. If someone burns the oatmeal to a crisp, or … drops the flour into a muddy stream or otherwise completely ruins food, can it be buried in a cat hole just like human waste or does it need to be packed out? …
asked Jul 26 '16 by Charlie Brumbaugh
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they were talking about their food storage, they mentioned having brought 2,000 raw eggs, covered them in vasoline and stored them in boxes. They said that the eggs needed to be rotated (the box flipped upside down) once a week to keep them from going bad. Is there any truth to this and if so why? …
asked Feb 23 '17 by Charlie Brumbaugh
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even after the inside pulls away from the shell. The most common things to use are mineral oil, shellac, or vaseline, but there are actually food grade sealants made for the purpose. Source Basically, both techniques are done to prevent the egg from losing moisture. …
answered Feb 24 '17 by Charlie Brumbaugh
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a mathematic point of view, one rations when does not have enough food for the timeframe between now and a resupply. If you eat enough to be full all the time, you will run out of food. When one is … backpacking, one wants to make sure that there will be enough food to finish the trip and while that may not mean eating less than needed, you do want to keep an eye on how much is left to make sure …
answered Apr 17 '18 by Charlie Brumbaugh
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Related to this question, if one were to go on a three-month rowing trip across an ocean, is there an estimate of how much the food would be needed? It's certainly possible to give an estimate when … backpacking, but rowing would be different and while I am sure that it would depend on the person, it should still be possible to get an idea. What is an estimate of how much three months of food for a single person rowing across an ocean would be needed? …
asked Nov 1 '18 by Charlie Brumbaugh
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Obviously, the solution to this problem is to pack food that everyone enjoys eating. However, according to Murphy, this doesn't always happen. Also, sometimes the best tasting food is ruled out by … weight/price/space constraints. So if you are on a backpacking trip with people who are complaining about and/or refusing to eat the food because of the taste/smell/texture/unfamiliarity, what do you do? …
asked Nov 15 '16 by Charlie Brumbaugh
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After picking berries, you are often left with a pail full of berries, some leaves, some sticks, pieces of stems, sometimes little white worm creatures and some dirt. Is there an easy way to clean a …
asked Feb 20 '17 by Charlie Brumbaugh
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should have a shelf life of over a year, and you could always just replace them every so often and eat the old ones. Beyond that varied and not very good tasting, long lasting food is a contradiction in terms. …
answered Jan 12 '18 by Charlie Brumbaugh
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For certain, bears noses are good enough to smell humans, whether that is a deterrent or a sign that unsecured food might be nearby probably depends on the state of bear-human relations with areas …
answered Jul 24 '18 by Charlie Brumbaugh

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