You don't say whether you are going lightweight and moving or are static. When static I take a frying pan and have omelettes for breakfasts, usually mushroom or spinach. When on the hill, I will take water, a flask of black coffee and roast chicken thighs plus hard boiled eggs for lunch. I also carry emergency rations of nuts and boil in the bag meaty food. Back at camp I'll BBQ meat, peppers, mushrooms & more and maybe have some salad too.
Originally Posted by polos26
Backpacking & camping out, I'll take more nuts, dried fruit & etc and cook less. Where I go there is always water available (I use a pump up purifier) so I carry dried food that I can just add boiling water to. It's bit more difficult to find primal type bags but I am not a fussy eater and can have the same dish for several days on the trot. Days 1 & 2 at least, I can still have my chicken thighs and hardboiled eggs for lunch. Another idea, in the right countryside, is to take dried meats and cook it up with plants found en route for the evening meal. I have a plastic egg carrier to keep fresh ones safe for a day or three.
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