Buy a dehydrator and make some of it yourself.
I just made beef heart jerky last night and it is really, really good.
I also made my own pemmican this weekend and it was easier than I expected. Pemmican isn't light, though, but it does satisfy well for its weight. I made my own jerky for the pemmican and used US Wellness Meats beef tallow. I followed these instructions:
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In the past, I've dehydrated fruit. The only worthwhile fruits were bananas and fuyu persimmons. Any other dried fruit is way more economical to purchase.
Just Fruits makes excellent freeze-dried vegetables and fruits. Freeze-dried is much lighter than dehydrated and basically the exact same stuff, minus the hydrolized xyz that pre-assembled backpacking (or other supermarket shelf) meals use.
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For pre-made stuff, try Mary Jane's and see if there's anything you could eat. It's supposed to be all organic and I think there are no artificial things in it. People rave about it (and some say not spicy enough) but I have never tried it. MaryJane's Outpost
Some favorite ingredients of my own (some of these you can get in Asian markets):
Curry spice paste
Dried whole anchovies
Foraged mushrooms and greens
Fresh hard cheeses
Tuna, salmon, chicken breast and even spam in the foil pouches (yeah, I know, spam is bad)
Butter (put it in a peanut butter jar so it doesn't leak)
Also, check Dicentra's awesome site for ideas:
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