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Not any of that prepackaged crap. Stuff you prepare ahead of time or on site and cook right on the fire
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>>1483694
I'm heading out tonight for a cabin trip, it'll be a 5 mile uphill ski to get there with 7 other people.

We're doing chicken fajitas. I have the chicken marinating in my fridge right now and everyone is bringing one ingredient.
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lrn2catalog, retard: >>1481194
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For me it's the classic cheese and onion sandwich with my flask of tea.
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>>1483706
Shit you're right my bad. Actually did check and just forgot that one. I'll be more careful next time and also blow it out your ass.
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>>1483703
>>everyone is bringing one ingredient

When the one guy forgets the tortillas...
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>>1483703
>everyone is bringing one ingredient.
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>>1483752
Does that dehydrate well enough? I always figured you needed it on a rack or something to make sure it gets good airflow. Also looks good.
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>>1483770
Those look tasty anon
Show bob and vagene pls
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>>1483694
it really doesnt get ANY better than fresh walleye caught and served for lunch.
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>>1483776
You've never caught a tuna from your own vessel
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>>1484206
actually I have. Had sashimi on the boat. but a shore lunch with walleye is still better.
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>>1484411
Sigh, no anon, no its not.
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>>1483694

Hardtack and beef jerky.
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>>1483694
I like to catch a fish with my bear hands. Bite the head off and ram a stick throug to get the intestines out and throw it right into the fire...or a lil above. Stickbread on another stick and onions, lots of onions and tomatos as sidedish
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>>1483770
Looks slick buddy
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>>1483752
>>1483715
As a native Texan, that is not fucking chili.

It looks good, don't get me wrong, but that is closer to Taco Soup.

Don't fucking insult my culture, dammit.

That said, it looks delicious.
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>>1484206
>You've never caught a tuna from your own vessel
What causes people to say things like this? It's just so fucking antisocial
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Hardtack.
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>>1484650

>muh Texas

The fuckin jersey coast of the south

Keep you all’s blue state bullshit to yourselves please
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>>1483715
not bringing salt and getting your own food while /out/

lame-o
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>>1484762
Non-Texas jealousy at its finest.
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>>1483694
Freshly picked mushrooms pan fried in butter with bacon
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>>1486216
Egg, blood sausage, the whole nine yards
Delicious and deadly
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>>1484739
This and pemmican. Proper /out/ food.
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>>1486216
Madsen, you're alright.
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>>1486238
should i stay home from school tomorrow?
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>>1486216
Perfection
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>>1486243
Yes sir
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>>1486250
jokes on you, i dont have school tomorrow!
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ash eggs are pretty delishh and my favorite way to cook eggs on shorter hikes
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>>1486224
sheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeit
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>>1486255
What's in the coffee?
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>>1483728

I was just thinking of that
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>>1483694
Usually I prepare 'pot'
simply take one pot mess tin (mines ex-German army) and prepare meal in it. Usually this consists of onions, potato, tomato, some sausage or spam and a little wild garlic for seasoning. Cooked with some breadcake for stodge and wiping the last dregs out.
Alternatively one can make egg-bread (make the bread with egg instead of water), change the ingredients used or mix things up. You can wrap meat in dough and then fry or boil it to make a nice snack, or fry some potato slices and eat with a firegrilled fish you caught.
/out/ eating is comfy AF and fun.
Pic related, I was cooking last thursday but used a little too much tomato.
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>>1486216
>>1486224
Why add butter when you already have the bacon fat?
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>>1486290
ayahuasca
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>>1486311
based and coleman pilled
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not gonna bother reading the replies. i just wanted to say that any /out/ cooking that includes extensive cooking equipment means that they arent backpacking which means they arent /out/ so just fuck off to your campground and leave this board to us pros. pieces of shit with their cast iron pans and cars thinking they are /out/. you arent.
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>>1486290
that happens sometimes when you put in too much instant coffee
>>1486358
taste
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Elven bread
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>>1486311
100 Dollars for that crappy burger? Wtf
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>>1487414
Adjusted for inflation after universal income.
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Im that guy who always looks up recipes or comes up with ideas for meals to make for climbing or backpacking trips, every time telling myself, "this is the trip! This is the trip I dont eat mountain house."

But sure as the sun rises, anons, two days before I leave, without fail I am at REI or North 40 browsing the God forsaken freeze dried aisle trying to find something that meets criteria of "havent tried it yet", "looks tasty", and "not likely to give me diahrea".

Every time.
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>>1486404
>>1486418

I would also add that where I live I can probably be technically further from civilization car camping on USFS than some people are getting backpacking in more populated places. In some pretty damn amazing spots with unpolluted night skies to boot.
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Anyone ever take quail eggs with them? I'm thinking about it for my next trip. You can throw them in boiling water for 2 minutes and they turn out delicious with some salt.
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>>1486169
Yeah, the rest of the midwest is REAL' jealous of Texas.
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>>1488182
Food is fine, but you don't need the people of their voting habits to get it.
Enjoy.
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comfy af

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCRFclnK8Jw
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>>1484627
>wahhh wahhh that isn't chili
People who kvetch about what does and doesn't "really" constitute chili are the most autistic fuckers to walk the Earth.
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>>1488740
basically this unless
>order chili at restaurant
>expect chili
>get "chili"
>has cinnamon sticks and marshmallows on top
then i would care
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>>1486582
>Instant coffee
You are a disgrace. Just stay in school, knægt
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Damn, for a bunch of camping spunions, half of you act like the car douchebags arguing about stupid ass shit. Yes, I know, fuck me.
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>>1489589
Everybody on this board is larping, nobody here actually goes outside
Come on man, you know this
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>>1486404
eat a dick, REI fag
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>>1484627
>My chili is and only is the best chili, everything else is literally wrong
>As a native Texan

Please do not be this type of human.
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>>1489551
Larsen Kaffe is pretty good instant coffee
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>>1491702
>pretty good instant coffee
a good turd is still a turd
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>>1491723
Oh no a complete anonymous stranger called something I like a turd.
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>>1491723
>stop liking what I dont like
Fuck off gatekeeper
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>>1486255

Looks good
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Never made pemmican but I want to try. What cut of beef would be good? And how much should I buy to make around 6 servings?
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I like making bread on the trail.
1 p water
2.5 p flour
1 ts salt
1 ts sugar ( I substitute with sugar cube in water)
and a small hand of my trailmix in there (dried berries and nuts)

Knead it in a ziplock bag, let it rise, squeeze into the pot and finally let it sit on some hot coals for a while and check on it every 10 minutes.

Also, the downside is that the bottom and sides tend to be burnt a millimeter in, so taking it out can sometimes be a challenge. I suggest fatting the pot on those spots for easily getting it off.
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>>1483694
Kielbasa, potatoes in 1 inch cubes, chopped onion, chopped carrots 1/2 inch in thickness, and diced mushrooms with onion and garlic powder, parsley and salt and pepper. Fry the contents in a bit of oil for about 5 minutes and then pour in water over top of everything and boil to a thick, yet still liquid. (usually about 20 minutes) 1/3 potato, 2/3 everything else. Boom Chowder.
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>>1484494
jeez man no need to be combative
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>>1488727
Nice.
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>>1491735
You want very lean. I've tried more expensive and less expensive cuts but they have both tasted the same to me. Still have yet to figure out how to make it taste good though. I wreally want to.
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One of my favorites is home-made spaghetti sauce and ditalini. Ditalini dehydrates and reconstitutes pretty well. Also, drain off and don't add oil, but pack with a packet of avocado oil for calories and flavor.

>>1491735
I've used heart. Super lean, but requires a couple soakings to temper the offal flavor. Also incredibly inexpensive.
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>>1492571
Different anon. Any other pemmican tips? Recipes?
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>>1492571
uhh, interesting. do you think chicken heart could be used? love that shit
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>>1492539
can you add spices? salt, pepper, chilli, cayenne?
I think Ill try eye of round. I originally thought you just cut the fat off and rendered that yourself, but every recipe I find uses store bought tallow.
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>>1492578
This is the recipe I used.
https://notreallyasurvivalblog.blogspot.com/2017/08/pemmican-new-supper-food.html?view=sidebar
>>1492586
I doubt it. Jerky isn't supposed to be cooked, and I personally wouldn't trust uncooked poultry. You could try dehydrating cooked chicken heart, but it seems more like something you'd toss in a soup than something to eat straight anyhow... Seasoned properly, with some dehydrated veggies, that sounds pretty good actually.

>>1492590
Not him, but yeah. You always want to add salt at a minimum to prevent spoilage when making any kind of jerky, Anything else will add to the flavor.

I render my own tallow. If you can, find grass-fed or free-range beef suet; corn fed beef fat is much higher in bad cholesterol.
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>>1486255
How to cook ash eggs
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>>1483706
To be fair that thread fucking blows
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>>1486404
This. Car camping is not real camping.
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>>1486404
>>1492773
There is a middle ground. I'll pack ingredients and a light pot and pan with me to make things other than ramen and hotdogs while backpacking. RV camping and ultralight gearfaging on the AT aren't the only two options. Back to /out/ food...
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>>1492594
Thanks anon. I've made pemmican a few times and have tried a few different things but it always ends up tasting like tallow candles. I'll try this heart recipe.
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Hey dudes, I just picked up my gun licence and want to go out hunting solo. However I have only hunting in NZ and am currently living in Aus and the hunting is in a lot of dry bush. I am kind of worried about starting a fire and it sparking into a bushfire, how can I keep an open fire with no or minimal sparks?
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>>1492733
1. take your knife and slowly "drill" a hole in the top of the egg by lightly pressing the tip in it and twisting (can also use a sharp stick
2. take a twig and stir around inside the egg
3. set it down at the dull coals at the outskirts of the fire, make sure to rotate it frequently
4. some will bubble out the top

when the stuff thats bubbled out the top stops coming out and looks kinda overcooked the inside is done, gooy but not fluid so it can be eaten with just your hands

pretty simple, if you dont make the hole it explodes
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I think oatmeal is good
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>>1483694

SUMMER SAUSAGE AND CHEESE
SUMMER SAUSAGE AND CHEESE
SUMMER SAUSAGE AND CHEESE
SUMMER SAUSAGE AND CHEESE
SUMMER SAUSAGE AND CHEESE
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>>1486216
if it was me, id need to drop a terrible shit afterwards. all that fat.
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>>1486302
This is an excellent idea that I'm gonna steal.
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>>1486216
the mushrooms are going to soak up all the grease stop
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I love Ramps more than life.
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>>1492811
That sounds delicious, not sure how I've never heard of it before. Thanks for the 411, season it at all?
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>>1487414
We take burgers VERY seriously here in 'Murrica
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>>1493347
Salt and pepper. I let the Ramps be the star in any dish I use them in. They have an incredible onion/garlic taste, with a five star restaurant smell. If you live any where near the mid west look up Ramps, also known as wild leeks. They have a very short growing season, April to May, and can only be found in nature.
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>>1493347
i just add some salt, but you could easily take a few drops of tabasco or something in while stirring the uncooked egg
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>>1484498
Sounds like a good time to go hike around Shiloh Tennesse
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Sometimes I put an uncooked stew in my thermos to marinade and cook it on day 2 for dinner.
Last time I made something like this;

>Blade steak cubed
>Carrot, onion, peas, beans, celery
>Fresh Thyme, Rosemary, Sage, MSG, Garlic, Bay Leaf, Salt, LOTS of fresh cracked black pepper (just how I like it)
>1 can of Guinness

Low simmer in embers for a couple hours
Serve with Potato Flakes rehydrated with butter and S&P
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>>1493879
Fuck yes anon, this looks good. I've been doing a simple backpacking keto chili. Freeze beef night before in a ziplock.
>3/4lbs. regular ground beef
>1 onion, little bigger than a golf ball
>1/4 green pepper
>2 cloves Garlic
>1 jalapeno
>1/2 roma tomato
>water
>chili powder, cumin, salt, pepper, coco powder
Brown the beef in pot, dice everything up throw it in. Add water and spices to taste. Cook on coals for 30 min. Eat.

>inb4 it's not chili
>do not fugin care
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ive never hiked overnight before but if I did i imagine i would just eat a can of spaggetios. I would heat the can with a lighter or somthing. I just doesnt seem worth it to carry all that extra gear.
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>>1494114
Never going to your house for dinner
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>>1494114
you can't cook a whole can with a lighter.
just heat a bite at a time, like this.

i feel like you would be familiar with this method of cooking already
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Where to get some cheap MRE's? They are hell expensive. I don't want to buy alot, I just want a few.
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>>1483706
>catalog
newfag
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>>1493258
I want to forage but I dont know where to start. Where does everyone go? State parks in mn sound like they only allow mushroom foraging.
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>>1486404
Walking on a trail making the experience about how far you can go is absolute drivel for retards that should get a treadmill and watch some nature documentaries. I can go to far superior wild places in a canoe with 100lbs of gear you pathetic weekend-walking, instagram-snapping fuckboy.
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>>1486404
>and leave this board to us pros
Holy fucking shit I've never actually cringed this hard in a really long time, you should be ashamed
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Does anyone else never get really hungry while /out/. And when I am hungry I always want something light with no carbs.
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>>1486216
I can't unsee a strand of hair on bottom left bacon
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>>1484494
To each his own, but you're a faggot anyhow.
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>>1493599
I find them up till late summer in West Virginia.
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>cook bacon
>Remove bacon, cook bratwurst slices in bacon fat
>Cook rice on the side
>Bunch of seasonings
>Crumble bacon, remove brats when done
>Sear some veg in brat/bacon grease
>Dump everything into rice pot

I always want to make something different, but I'm too in love with this recipe
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>>1483694
This is my most recent one, a couple of weeks back. Works been a dyke bitch and when I have been off its been foul weather so getting comfy /out/ has been a no-go. Hopefully going to get out this week though.
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>>1492430
based
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>>1483694
I didn't realize how satisfying it was to make food before going out. Even my "trail mix" of raisins and cashews was delicious.
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>>1483694
>prepare ahead of time
stupid. you either eat drytech or simple egg/bacon/caught fish/potato or canned shit, maybe some dry snack. you can go /out/ for weeks without food after all.
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How the eff do you guys clean your dishes in the summer? The grease just sticks on as soon as you submerge your dishes in cold water, to the point that soap does not help

In the winter time I just scrub it with snow and it freezes onto the snow and comes out easy
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just a bunch of these beautiful oat bars, thank you Brits, I'll order a thousand of them before brexit
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>>1486404
You never actually go /out/ do you anon?
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>>1495107
boil water in the pot and use it to pour the grease away without it getting cold
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>>1494956

Where is the protein?
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>>1483694
Not really a meal, more of a snack or a pick me up: my gramma's traditional dutch boterkoek (or butter cake.)
it's mostly fat, sugar, protein, and carbs so really filling and full of energy.
It's really dense so it's easy to pack a relatively large amount and due to there being almost no water in there it lasts a long time.
It can also be made with different fillings like ginger, lemon shavings or fruit preserves to change up the taste.
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>>1496197
Can you share the recipe, or is it a family secret?
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>>1496043
In general yes, but thats because of the mess tin I use and the cooking methods I prefer. Some things are still done in coals though.
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Idahoan buttery home style instant potatoes, olive oil, and spam/Vienna sausages. Usually a multivitamin too
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>>1496383
Thank you
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>>1495107
Use dirt and gravel to help you scrub.
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>>1484627
Everything about this is purestrain Redditor shit, please just go back to building cairns in the middle of National Park trails.
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*blocks your path*

Heh, nothing personal kiddo

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Staffordshire_oatcake
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>>1484411
>sashimi on the boat
Weren't you worried about parasites?
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>>1483694
Not gonna lie - I’m pretty stoked to try this “prepackaged crap” I got in the mail today
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Freshly caught brook trout with some butter onions and garlic if I remember to bring them
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>>1497492
Oh yeah and spam
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>>1497236
It's like an oat crepe? We make something similar made out of cornmeal in the South, "Slapjack"
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Packed in a steak from a mom and pop butcher shop and had a fresh caught brown trout with wild garlic over t coals
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>>1483703
>everyone is bringing one ingredient
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>>1497503
Yeah I guess it is. It's really dense, soaks up fat really well, and goes well with just about any breakfast food
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>>1492499
Needs Celery you pleb.
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>>1494114
>is on 4chan
>can't even LARP
>should kill himself
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also good food. love the skinning.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrPZxrki_Gw
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>>1483694
I like to go to my favorite Indian place and buy a bunch of sambar soup. It's full of veggies (onion, celery, carrots, cauliflour eggplant), plus tomato, chilis, and lentils. I bring it home, blend out the chunks and dehydrate in my oven. It provides a healthy, filling meal when rehydrated.

I supplement with venison and Turkey jerky, bananas, grapes, apples, pistachios and fiber powder.
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>>1498560
Oh almost forgot, but for extra calories I sometimes take the dehydrated soup mix and add it to chicken or shrimp ramen packets for extra carbs on longer hikes.

On longer hikes I usually bring a lunchbox half full of ice packs to keep my apples and grapes cool and I'll bring half a stick of butter to make the noodles richer. Just add to the boiling water when the noodles are added.
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>>1498446
mfw no loving wife making soup from self hunted bats
mfw never learnt to hunt or to fish
mfw living in germany and you need licenses for that
mfw feeling like a toothless predater right now
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>>1484628
Do you know what website you're on right now?
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>>1500374
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>>1486404
absolutely based
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>>1488727
damn,great channel
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>>1500376
w-what kind of soup you making there a-anon
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>>1498435
Wtf nigga that shit is going to be as chewy as beef jerkey
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>>1493879
>embers for a couple hours
Do you know the amount of dry wood that you need to have 2 hours of embers? You either car camp or larp, either way fuck off fat ass
t. maestro asador
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>>1486169
Jealousy? The fuck is there to be jealous of? All you Texas assholes keep moving out of Texas so you can ruin other places.
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>>1496383
I may try that. It better not make mustard gas!!!
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Since i didnt stick around to see if anyone tried my favorite fried fuckin taters, ill post it again for you chuckle fucks that didnt write it down.

Heres your list of shit:

>Taters

>Onion

>Bacon

>Polska Kielbasa

>S&P

>Shredded fuckin cheese (maybe)

Chop all your fuckin shit up and throw it in the fuckin pan. S&P to taste, fry that bitch up till the taters are soft. Top it with shredded cheese if you fuckin want to.

>b-but im a foodie and NEED to know precisely how much of everything i need!!!

A pound of fuckin bacon and a thing of fuckin sausage will do about 5 pounds of taters.

>b-but how many seconds do i NEED to c-cook it for?!?!
Till its fuckin done! Read the godamm directions cunt.
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>>1494956
is this food for homosexual people?
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>>1483703
>7 other people
Redpill me on the whole bringing an entire fucking army idea.
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Best I've ever had was a bag of Knorr red beans and rice, a pack of chicken ramen, and a whole Italian sausage sliced up.
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>>1483694
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>>1483703
nice, have fun mate, before leaving make sure everyone remembered their part
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>>1486404
Tottaly agree on that, and I would add that those ones going out in places with paths, trails, any signs of human presence, aren't true /out/.
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>>1483694
imho the best stuff to cook during outdoor trips are sausages, pork chops, chicken, and we usually bring some bacon and eggs for the morning after.
a friend of mine has a cabin in the woods so we store there our cooking hardware, and we can travel light, it's not cold there so we usually don't even bring tents we just sleep around the fire, we just use a tarp suspended in the trees in case of rain
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>>1493258
that looks insanely good.

>>1493464
also this
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Trying to decide between the MSR pocket rocket deluxe stove and the whisperlite universal. Portability vs versatility. Anyone have experience with these?
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>>1484494
dumb faggot
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>>1495107
I take a block of soap when i go camping. Use it for dishes, closthes and body
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>>1495107
It's simple. Don't fry things like that. Don't bring foods that require a frying pan.
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>>1495107
Use it to pan for gold for a while.
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>>1496383
>boterkoek
I CAME MOMMY, I CAME!
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>>1486243
Mycket fina borrar
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>>1494956
no, most people actually move while out thus using up calories
I'll eat 2-3k calories of carbs the night before and same during the day
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>>1501919
It was a backcountry ski cabin that holds 8 people. If I didn't bring a full crew, someone else would have.

This weekend I just went innawoods by myself. Both are nice sometimes.
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What's the best alternative to fresh fruits when backpacking? The volume and weight make them impractical but it's hard to beat a banana for a snack.
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>>1504669
dried fruits? banana chips are great.
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>>1486216
ok protip for next time. do the bacon first seperately. let it get totally cooked and crispy, then take it out and set it aside and drain almost all of the fat out of the pan, then let it get hot again on the fire and then put the shrooms in
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>>1496197
recipe pls
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>>1496383
Thank you
>>1505088
Also I'm a faggot for not checking below to see if there was one before asking
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>>1496383
Dawg this smacks, thanks for the recipe
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>>1486224
>>1486255
no offense, but how much do you weigh?
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>>1505157
fatmerican/10
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>>1495107
sand
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>>1483728
>>1483732
>>1497584
What's wrong with everyone bringing one ingredient?
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>>1486404
Cringe
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>>1486404
All these people falling for obvious bait...

Here's your (you)
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>>1483694
bacon hash with cubed potato, carrot, sweet potato or yellow squash cooked in the rendered fat w/ some butter and lotta salt
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>>1495107
Campsuds brand soap works in cold water, and salt water too.
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>>1497492
Last time we caught some brookies we had some champagne with us, cooked the little devils with butter, champagne and garlic. I don't even care for trout very much but damn that was tasty.
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>>1483703
How did you find 7 friends who both want to hike, and are worth hiking with? I applaud your social gains anon
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>>1483694
Going Hiking Tomorrow, Making Rin's Solo Meal
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>>1486404
You aint no steve climber, bitch.
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>>1507416
>mfw no irl rinchan cosplay gf
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>>1483694
I usually like to go with ordering a pizza.
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Update, I did it, creamy soup style pasta with bacon bits!

Tasted greasy and creamy, really filling but not too much that I couldn’t move. I got back on the hike and finished a 20km hike!

I found the recipe on this weird website that makes recipes for meals cooked in animes, I’m gonna do the Borche recipe next!!I
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>>1507842
Btw the soup makes your cookware smell like milk for a while after you wash it but nothing you can’t suffer trough
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>>1483694
First year of scout camp the camp gave our campsite a bag of frozen chicken for dinner, and left the cooking up to us. We came up with the idea of spraying bug spray on the cooking fire to cook the chicken faster and the chicken came out green

Bug Spray Chicken 10/10
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>>1492430
Putting berries and nuts in some bread lmao. Ruins some good bread just put the berries on top
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>>1500576
Rice pudding, its a nice tasty treat.
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pasta is pretty much my staple /out/ food, it has the added benefit of giving you the ability to not shit for days on end, limiting need for toilet paper and reducing the number of uncomfortable moments of an excretory impulsion overtaking you in the midst of walking

I pair it with regular sauce or 150g of tuna, discounting one for the other
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>>1507993
Fuck yes anon.
>>1483694
Comfy thread, would read again.
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For me its lazy Cuban black bean dip. They pack dry accompanied by some garlic, onion, cumin, oregano, peppers if you have them, and citrus. Mega calories with lots of potassium, protein, vitamin c and fiber.
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>>1483694
We used to get pre made pizza dough at an Italian deli. 1lbs was like $2.
We’d pack a few with us and bake or fry it as needed. We used to make awesome mini calzones or sopapias.

It was a lot easier than trying to make dough while out.
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>>1483728
That happened to me once.
Everyone was supposed to bring something for breakfast.
Egg guy forgot eggs.
Thankfully the guy with bacon brought way to much.
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>>1497492
Brook trout in ramps and butter is GOAT
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>>1509171
OP here. Thanks for the support on the thread from everyone. This is the first time a thread of mine has ever taken off and I've been pretty excited to see everyone's responses.
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>>1486404
Fucking based.
Learn to coock on a rock newfags
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>>1501884
Annoying
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>>1501884
i'm gonna need to see a photo
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>>1495107
Just use a handful of sand as an abrasive scrub then some water to clean it off
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Related, what do you use to carry your spices? I'm trying to find some good containers that are durable and functional, and maybe aesthetic too.
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>>1509658
Eyeglass repair kit or sewing needle cases
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>>1495107
As soon as your done cooking throw some water in and let it boil. It takes most of the grease and oil up.
Then use a scrubby pad and soap if you feel the need.
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>>1493936
just a heads up tomato and onion have carbs in them, along with a tiny bit in peppers.
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>>1486404
Cast iron is GOAT out cooking. What the fuck do you think settlers and pioneers used?
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for me, it's the Mountain House Beef Stroganoff with Noodles - 2.5 Servings ™. only 9.00$ plus tax from REI!
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>>1483694
emu, crocodile, damper
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>>1486404
I use tinfoil
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>>1511763
Been a while since I've seen Spark, Moustrap, and Frenchfry
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>>1486216
>pan fried in butter with bacon
Hi fatty.
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>>1511849
Probably only fat on the inside (i.e. arteries and heart).

Possibly fat on the outside too
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>>1486404
>Winter /out/ with pulka
>Can bring a shitload of stuff
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>>1494138
Underrated post
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>>1511763
That shit is actually really nice when you're in the field and can't actually bring ingredients to cook with.
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>>1513634
>can't actually bring ingredients to cook with.
>Don't you dare bring that sack of potaroes and onions in this vic! We need that space for AT weapons to train to invade a country with no functional tanks with

Army is big gay.
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>>1483716
>classic cheese and onion sandwich

Didn't realize that was a clasic

Along with your classic olive-oil ice cream and the classic after-dinner onions sauce packet, huh?
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>>1493599
nice fiddles, I just picked a good amount yesterday while hiking
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>>1483694
Oh my god let me tell you.

Dandelion root coffee. Youtube how to make it, and try it soon. It is very good. A must have for every camping trip. It almost acts like a chicory if you blend it with the coffee you bring with you.
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>>1507842
Did you break the pasta in half?
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>>1486401
> coleman pilled
Explain this please
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>>1513987
>Did you brake the pasta in half?

*Extremely angry Italian noises*
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>>1514028
Calabrians often break their spaghetti in half.
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Fact: if you're /out/ for less than 4 days, there's completely no reason to take heavy cooking utensils with you - just take food prepared at home.
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>>1514491
Have you considered that cooking on a campfire is fun?
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>>1514492
>fun
LARPer detected.
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>>1483703
How do you ski up hill? Aren't you just walking w/ really long shoes?
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>>1484628
Low-key dick measuring/trolling. A classic
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>>1492590
>store bought tallow.
Gay
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>>1497492
Cooking with aluminum will turn you into a retard when you're older
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>>1497550
Why not use cast iron pan or Dutch oven?
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>>1514528
Heavy
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>>1497550
You're supposed to cut up the stem like chives and break the bulb.
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>>1507426
WHIPSNAKE
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>>1505157
>hiking all day
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>>1513634
>green cup club
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>>1492807
find clearing with minimal brush, dig pit, surround with rocks, profit?
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>>1486216
>>1486358
>>1493234
>>1493252
>>1504822
>>1511849
whats wrong babbies scurred of a little fat?
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>>1495107
I usually have water warming up towards the end of the cooking. That and some soap will be enough with a good scrubbing pad.
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I like meat/vegetable skewers over fire/coals with rice. Pre cut and skewered and brought in in ziplock bags make it a good balance of portability and good food.
Soup is also optional but nice for getting your sip on in the cold after the meal.
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>>1514135
I’ll break you in half you Calabrian
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Me and my friend do sometimes weekend cooking trips from time to time so we can take some extra weight. Just pick a spot and spend 2-3 days there while grilling shit and bitching about life. Whiskey pork neck steaks with some spices in the pic.

Will dump some more for my fellow meat eaters
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>>1514719
Pork necks before prep
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>>1514720
Butcher told me it was some bull from ireland or whatnot.
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>>1514721
And the bull after prep. Too bad I don't have any pics after it was done but it smelled and tasted great
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>>1509597
pfft rock. all you need is a stick and hot coals.
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Where can I find a metal rack that can hold a cast iron pan above a fire like in op pic?
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>>1514855
Roasting rack in the kitchen section of Walmart.
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>>1514858
Thanks
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>>1514855
>>1514858
Looking at these they all look just flat. Are there any with legs or do you need to use rocks or something to hold it above the fire?
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>>1514896
I don't use them but I'd imagine so. I don't think they sell stuff specific for this, but maybe try googling "campfire cooking rack'
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>>1514896
Yea just Google it, I guess they do exist.
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>freeze dried, so weights nothing
>lots of calories, spread out over fat, protein and carbs
>doesn't cost nearly as much as OUTDOOR BRAND freeze dried food
Only downside is that it isn't instant but needs to boil for a while.
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>>1514931
What is that in English? Like cheese noodles or something?
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>>1514933
Yeah it's more or less cheesy noodle goop. The type of pasta is called spaetzle. They're egg noodles
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Heat three parts coconut and two parts sugar, with a little milk. Mix that shit until it starts to hold shape. Let it dry. It'll last for three or four days in cooler weather.
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>>1515514
Sounds like a recipe for diarrhea.
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>>1515545
If you eat all in one go like a mong, sure.
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>>1515514
Shredded coconut?
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>>1515514
Leave away the milk and it will stay fresh for weeks, retard.
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>>1486404
Based but also cringe
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>>1494956
one beef almost has more calories than this bunch of homo food
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>>1516084
>one beef
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>>1483694
You prepare bacon & hot dogs on site? Is their a bacon & hotdogs tree by camp?
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>>1483694
Fish and vegetables cooked in an aluminum foil pouch tossed on the coals
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>>1516424
This guy doesn't hunt wild boars and make his own bacon and stuff his own sausage on site. Get a load of this guy!
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>>1484206
You’ve never had a friend have you anon
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>>1516084
>Veggies are homo food
>Pic related: renowned vegetarian
I laffed

>"One Beef"
I laffed harder
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>>1492807
M>>1492807
Google Dakota Fire Hole
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>>1494956
Like beef jerky?
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>>1495053
Sounds pretty good
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>>1492430
real talk, does bread rise without leavening?
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>>1517607
funnily enough, an oz of beef jerky has about 7-8 grams of sugar in it. oz is 28 grams for people overseas.
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>>1501884
cringe
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When I go camping my favorite is to marinate a bunch of cubed pork loin on skewers (if skewers are wooden soak them in water for an hour or so before stabbing the meat) in a ziploc bag in olive oil, red wine vinegar, minced garlic, lemon juice, salt, paprika, oregano and a tiny bit of sugar. Roast them over hot coals in the campfire until they're 145°F inside (don't want the shits out in the wild) and experience the supreme contentment of sitting by a crackling fire while eating a succulent piece of pig meat on a stick, just the way your ancestors have been doing for the last 100,000+ years.
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>>1487414

Green new deal
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>>1514744

Real ultralight backpacking pros eat raw carrion. Ounces saved!
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Packed just beans, bacon and makings for biscuits into the Sierra Nevada for a four day trip. Had to soak the beans every day. We did it for the "experience" of the old time packers. I don't recommend it.
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I was witness to a Zacary's deep dish pizza (pepperoni, bell pepper) hauled up to the first bivy on Washingtons Column in Yosemite Valley. I was dubious when we left the ground, but man it looked good when they dug into it.
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>>1514744

Real ultralight backpackers eat raw organic vegan herbaceous foliage.

Ounces saved!
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>>1493258
Tried ramps for the first time a couple weeks ago prepared exactly like in your pic. Delicious. Also cleared out my bowels.
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>>1513636
>pretending to know anything about military equipment
Nowhere in that pic are there AT weapons. That's an APC which among other things protects troops from small arms fire. Sure an APC can be equipped with AT weapons but not internally so wtf are you talking about?
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>>1518668
>using man-portable AT weapons as an example (albeit exagerated) of all the unnecessary kit US military is required to carry now
I made that post not 15 seconds after talking to the guy at the desk next to me who was a Cav Scout Bradley jockey about all of the invariably retarded things he had to carry in Iraq.
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>>1518822
Any 'AT' weapons they carried were destined to be used against trucks(not likely) or as anti-material weapons for blowing up buildings or walls and shit(likely). While US mil is required to carry some retarded shit, most of what your average, crayon-eating grunt would consider retarded actually has some good, alternate use even if it's not likely to be used. Every so often some weird or crazy situation comes up where you need to actually use that useless and retarded piece of equipment.
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>>1486404
>he doesn't carry a cast iron skillet on his backpacking trips

Look at this noodle armed faggot and laugh.
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>>1484494
>sigh
OK retard
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>>1484494
You're a cunt, get bent
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How do you guys keep perishable foods such as meat, cheese and eggs for more than a day while /out/ without ice/refrigeration?
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>>1504822
>and drain almost all of the fat out of the pan
Gay. Flavour is literally all in the fat.
Try boiling a piece of meat till all the fat is gone and tell me how it tastes.
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>>1519525
Wtf. Eggs don't need refrigeration.
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>>1498446
Oh god i wanted to slap her so bad over the face for making those disgusting sounds while eating. I know its a cultural thing but god damn it made me irrationally angry!
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>>1509545
>way too much
>bacon
When there is a group of people there is never way too much. If anything there normally is not enough
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>>1496197
Great tip bro
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Seems like everyone is taking raw meat with them on hiking trips. Does the meat not spoil in your packs along the way? How cold is it where you live? What do you do in peak summer? Cheers.
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>>1519641
Depends where you live

https://www.businessinsider.com/why-europeans-dont-refrigerate-eggs-2014-12
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>>1497250
Not the Op but I ate that shit once from some fish caught up in Canada and I had a fucking tape worm. Now every time I go to eat fish I throw up. Fuck you piece of shit Canadian fish fuck you to death.
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>>1484628
I swear to god some boards are smart people acting dumb, such as /sci/.
Other boards dudes just act gay as a joke, like /fit/.
This board is probably the most low-key autistic board I visit.
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>>1514613
I’d take a shit so nasty that I’d never be allowed innawuds again
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>>1514723
>>1514721
Why did you take such up-close pics?
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>>1509634
Just for you, ya filthy heretic
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>>1521127
That does look good
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>>1483694
Does anyone make polenta while /out/? It's easier and quicker than bannock, only has three ingredients (corn flour, water, salt) goes great with cottage cheese, fish eggs, bacon whatever. I'm kinda surprised more people don't eat that on the trail. Here in Romania it's a staple food for woodsmen, shepherds and all sorts of outdoor people.
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>>1520271
I second this quesion.
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>>1520271
Idk about other anons but I jus pack a frozen steak, hamburg, sausage, whatever for the first day, pack it frozen in the morning an it's thawed an ready to cook in the evening. Outside of that Idk how you would store it longer
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>>1521310
Same.
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>>1486404

peak gatekeeping
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>>1521296
ItaliAnon here
Polenta has very low protein content, be sure to add some meat or you'll feel bloated and week after a while of it
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>>1521296

Stupid murricans probably never heard of polenta.
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>>1507416
Post some pics of that meal please.
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>>1517655
>does bread rise without leavening?
No, but you can just leaven it with baking powder. It makes decent pan bread. Bring Ghee.

>>1518043
>Had to soak the beans every day.
Lentils/split peas and rice cook in 20 minutes from dry. Doesn't make it taste any better.

>>1519525
>>1520271
>keep perishable foods
I usually freeze diced meat and veggies wrapped in aluminum foil and vac-packed, and wrap it in clothes at the bottom of my bag for use in the first night. After that I switch to summer sausage and cheddar wraps, which will last about four days premade. By then I'm usually at the lake, so I eat trout and brown rice for a month or so, and save my dehydrated stuff and a sealed summer sausage for the hike back.

>>1521296
>polenta, Here in Romania
>>1521675
>in Italia
>>1523015
>in (not America)
In America, corn is grown in poison. The people who eat much of it don't live long enough for it to become a habit.

Monsanto, the makers of Agent Orange, styrofoam, the atomic bomb, and American breakfast cereals.
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>>1521675
Seems to have about as much calories as flour bread, but yeah, it's not a meal in itself, you should pair it with some proteins and fat.



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