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Re: backpacking food
> You brought it, you chew it so you can use it. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19144727 Bingo! Cheers, Bill S.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » backpacking food
September 17, 3:38pm

Re: What ARE "summer nighttime temps" where you backpack?
In the Rockies, above 10,000 feet, it can be cold enough to start freezing your milk while you're eating your last day's breakfast cereal (~ 15 degrees), and 100 degrees when you hit the fi...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » What ARE "summer nighttime temps" where you backpack?
September 13, 7:10pm

Re: website or program?
Late to the party, and most questions answered, but people may be interested in some additional reference points wrt calorie expenditure. It's really hard to know what to make of a table of cal...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » website or program?
September 13, 7:03pm

Re: Re: Powered Almond Milk
I went ahead and tried making almond milk from almond flour, Bob's Red Mill finely ground from blanched almonds. With just vigorous stirring, it didn't dissolve/suspend very well. Most of...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Powered Almond Milk
September 13, 5:45pm

Re: Cheapest food calorie per dollar
Bulk raisins can be had at pretty close to $0.10/calorie. IMO, much better in most respects than most of the low-cost alternative carb sources. Peanuts for fat and protein plus raisins for carbs ...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Cheapest food calorie per dollar
September 03, 3:24pm

Re: Powered Almond Milk
Has anybody here tried using almond flour? It's still mostly fat calories, and I was thinking if one wanted to add even a little more fat, powdered coconut milk might actually taste good with ...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Powered Almond Milk
September 03, 3:04pm

Re: Re: Re: forget the olive oil...
"> Fatty acids are important sources of fuel because, when metabolized, they > yield large quantities of ATP." "The precursor to ATP is glucose, regardless of it source.&q...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » backpacking food
August 26, 6:25am

Bob's pea flour vs Whole Foods pea flakes
Jerry beat me to my question: whether one could just add boiling water to the pea flour. Sarah, how much does it have to be cooked? And does anyone know whether the Whole Foods pea flakes need ...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » split pea soup
August 25, 6:50pm

split pea soup
I recently tried some dehydrated split pea soup (flakes) that I picked up at NOLS, and think it'll make a nice regular addition to my camp cuisine. Anyone know a good source for split green pe...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » split pea soup
August 23, 5:35pm

Re: Re: The North Face Thermoball
I thought about some type of plastic beads, too, when I first read about the thermoball. The main downside, I think, would be low compressibility, and depending on bead size, breathability. If on...

In GEAR » North Face Thermoball technology
March 08, 4:40pm

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