The nutrition bar was homemade, some chocolate, some rather tasteless veg oil to thin it out a bit, and a lot of nuts, brazil nuts, pecans, almonds, and a few others. About 2-3 ounces of about 160-170C/oz. Same for the cocoa, pattied with a bit of fried butter (parified), it keeps pretty well as a lump in each packet. 160C/oz seems a bit high, though.... I struggle to hit 140. I had figured this just before the trip, so it could well be incorrect. I did seem to loose about 6 pounds that week...
OK, I rechecked the numbers. You are correct. I am sorry, the average for that week turns out closer to 2400C/day or around 120-130C/day. I don't know where I got a 3100C number from...I was thinking it seemed high, but I just ignored it. My mistake. I should have rechecked it.
BTW, The dried sausage was extreamly fatty, Boars Head, I think it was. I am going out on a limb and added it in as 130C/oz because of that, I did not have the wrapper around to check. My normal peperoni, Margerita brand, is not that fatty. Adding a 1/4 stick to soup or stew sort of spices it up without bothering with a lot of spices, other than salt. I actually cooked up a trout with a piece in the bottom of my pot...really oily...
The rice is normally a blende of white and black. So, around 110-130C/oz.
The veggies are higher than most expect at around 120C/oz, Most vegtable are not bad when dehydrated ranging from 90 (celery) to 140 dried red lentils. Onion, pepper, green beans, corn, and yellow beans are around 120.
I add a squirt of oil to coca, too. This is parified butter, or fried butter to remove any water, then drained off. I recover it (about half from a pound) when I make it up, it keeps quite well for a long time(never had it spoil on a trip,) but call it two weeks to be safe. Just a squirt in each packet works well. It doesn't really interfere with disolving in hot water and the sugar preserves it from getting rancid. It adds about 240C but I don't figure it, because it is less than a teaspoon. Two weeks is about all I trust the rest of the preserved meats in summer.
Again, my appologies.
Added, note that red lentils are not created equal. Bill S, mentioned that Bobs portion size is 1.5oz. Some is lower or higher depending on shell content as opposed to split and shucked. Average is around 100C/oz for the whole red lentil. Be carefull... gott'a finish packing...