That recipe for Quinoa flakes sounds really good, Lauri Ann, I'll have to try that. I also found a recipe for sweet potatoe bark and Pumpkin bark, so that may be something else to try.
At home, for breakfast I eat steamed veggies topped with a little vegan butter substitute, and chicken sausage, cooked shrimp, or some other protein. This just seems hard to duplicate on the trail; I suppose I could mix freeze-dried veggies and freeze dried chicken with a bouillon cube and seasonings. It just sounds a little odd. On the trail, I usually have oatmeal, but I'm trying to reduce my grains in my diet, and I'm allergic to eggs, so that makes breakfast hard.
For Pemmican, I have tried the Tanka Bars, really not too bad. They do have sugar in them is the only problem. Haven't tried my own pemmican, if I get any time I may have to try it. I've done ground turkey jerky that's good, and home-dried ground turkey rehydrates well.
Part of my problem is I'm going to be starting a series of seminars in a month, where I have to live in a hotel for 5 days. Having breakfasts that I just have to add water to seemed like a good way to avoid the whole "I can't eat that" problem.