I've been holed up in the state of Ohio attending school. It's flat. No one hikes here. Thank god I discovered road biking or I would have lost my sanity. Anyways, I'm returning to my home state of WV for a week and a half and I plan on spending most of those days outdoors.
I have some dehydrated meals back in WV, but they've been sitting around for a while. I'm trying to put together a NEW menu. I like to keep things as simple as possible. I can dehydrate some meals if I need to, but my dehydrator is back in WV.
I'm wondering if anyone has experience with Bob's red mill soup mixes. Especially the "black bean soup" and the "whole grains and soup" mixes. I haven't seen them in person. Is it just raw ingredients? If so, it seems to me like it would take a long time to reconstitute in a cozy, and the ingredients would be heavy. They also call for chicken broth or something of the sort. Is there any way around this? Is there a powder form?
I'm just trying to figure out a very easy meal plan. During the day I just munch, so I really need simple dinner recipes. I don't like taking meat pouches or anything heavy. Dehydrated all the way if I can. If I remember correctly, this question is probably best directed towards Sarah and Mary D. If it helps, I have access to a Trader Joe's and a Whole Foods store...