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    I agree with Pemmican. Also, packaged chicken or sausage is good. Jerky, nuts and those coconut ball things. Protein shakes are good too, especially before bed.

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    What kind of primal food would you bring on a two-day hike in the woods during spring/summer?

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      Water #1, jerky, hardboiled eggs, nuts.

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        Pemmican. Since it has protien and fats, you can live on the stuff. See this: http://www.traditionaltx.us/images/PEMMICAN.pdf


        I made the dryer and did 3.5 lbs of grassfed beef. I messed up because I forgot to season it witha little himalyan salt and a few other things. It's still not too bad though. If I grind it up to finish it off as pemmican, I'll add some, and a few other spices too.

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          Does anyone know from where to order pemmican online?


          Im looking to take some travelling, I dont have a dehydrator

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            How about canned tuna or salmon? Even canned chicken?

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              @vdn - Check this out!

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                I’ve been thinking about this lately! I went Primal after my last hike so acceptable food is going to be a challenge. Depending on how the fishing is, my bro’s and I will eat fresh-as-it-gets trout for each meal. We just wrap a fish in foil and throw it on the coals! Let it roast for about 1 min/side and enjoy! It’s even better if you get really primal and just dive in with your fingers. So good!

                Trail mix, actually a mixture of almonds, pecans, walnuts, etc. to fill in.

                Jerky…I really like the pemmican idea…my grandma used to make it when I was a kid and I loved it.

                Canned chicken or tuna is to heavy (weight) for me, I just bring along packets of the stuff (chicken not tuna as we get plenty of fish on the hike). The problem I have with the chicken is that I mix it with non-primal stuff. Ie: Bear Creek Chicken Noodle soup, Stove Top stuffing, etc. Can’t do that now!

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