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post #17 of (permalink) Old 02-10-2013, 08:15 AM
darrenbell
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Join Date: Nov 2001
Location: Penhold, Alberta, Canada.
Interest: fishing, downhill/x-country skiing,hiking/backpacking, canoeing, snowshoing
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I only get a couple multi day trips myself but then I have tried the store bought meals and decided my cooking was better,lol.
This winter I have dehydrated bison, elk and beef and will use it with Liptons noodles and sauce for most of my meals. I make a sea food chowder that is sooo tasty as well and it re-hydrates nicely. Liptons or Knorr make a three cheese spaghetti or three cheese noodles that is very tasty as well.
After I dehydrate the meat, I use my vacuum sealer to get rid of excess air in the packages.

Before leaving Mackenzie, I was not too focused on space and weight, but once Packrat and I hiked together a few times I picked up on a bunch of good ideas to reduce how much weight and amount of stuff I now carry with me in the back country. A smaller pack and less stuff I never use or eat has really helped me as far as pack weight and the daily slog to the next campsite.
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