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Chase Norton
(Micronorton) - F
Food on 12/03/2011 22:55:31 MST Print View

So when I first got into UL hiking I focused on recipes to try and achieve dinner nirvana. After more and more trips out I have come to realize that it is much less about trying to create planned out detailed recipes and more about taking every day items and mixing/matching. This revelation led to the following list of easy to find items in my local supermarket that can be combined to create good breakfast/lunch/dinners. I write this to ask if you guys can add anything to it.

Instant Mashy Ps
Mozz stick
Ramen Noodles
Tuna Packets
Chicken Packets
Salami Packets
Spam Packets
Mayo/Spicy Mustard/Oil/Chili flakes/SweetnSour/Vinaigrette/ketsup/soy sauce/Ranch/ packets
Dehydrated soups at bulk isle
Look for lemon packets or consider lemon juice
Salt/hot sauce/pepper/curry/gram malsa/chinese five spice/ground cumin/sugar/dried onion flakes I like Indian spices as they are normally very powerful.
Savory adder
Carnation Instant Breakfast
Cliff Bars
Candy Bars
parmesan cheese
Sun dried Tomatos
Dry Milk
Starbucks via
Pizza Sauce Packet
Boil Rice (consider frying it after cooking)
Bacon Bits
Suddenly pasta salad
marinated artichoke hearts
Consider peanuts in a ramen chicken dish
Hash Browns ( Add mashys for casserole)
Mac and Cheese
Dry Pesto (or hydrated if limited water)
Fried French Onions
Dried Mushrooms and Fungus
Peanut Butter
Dry alfredo mix
Biscuit mix
Dried Fruits
Asian Rice Spices
smoked mussels
Check if capers can be dried or used. Strong intense flavor
Toasted Sesame Seeds
Coconut flakes


Edited by Micronorton on 12/03/2011 22:56:36 MST.

Sarah Kirkconnell
(sarbar) - F

Locale: In the shadow of Mt. Rainier
Re: Food on 12/04/2011 08:13:09 MST Print View

Capers dry well. But are also very shelf stable for carrying in liquid form as they are brined.

True Lemon powder is the best UL choice for lemon juice.

The concept of FBC came out of the grocery store ;-)