Bay Street Publishing Freezer Bag Cooking Volume 1: Trail Food Made Simple

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Simple backpacking food recipes — just add hot water!

Rating: rated 4.5 of 5 stars
Source: bought it new

Summary

Simple backpacking food recipes — just add hot water!

Pros

  • Variety of recipes
  • Easy to read

Cons

  • Some ingredients can be hard to find or no longer sold

This way of camp cooking was new to me, having done little camping for years. Now I am gung-ho to give it a try after reading these simple recipes. I've taste-tested some and am eager to set up my meals for planned June camping/canoe trip!

Did run into a few ingredients that are had to find...example: Lipton no longer makes tomato flavor cupa-soup. Also, some of the recipes include off-the-shelf items that I would not use as they contain MSG.

But all-in-all, some great camp food ideas, and easy to modify for one's own taste.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Whether you like to be fancy with your trail food or keep it simple, this guide is your ticket to better eating and more enjoyment on the trail. Author: Sarah Svien Kirkconnell. Softcover; 90 pages. Bay Street Publishing; copyright 2005. These recipies show you how to prep meals at home in a freezer bag, so you can simply add boiling water in camp for a delicious and satisfying meal. With lightweight adventuring, cooking gear is kept minimal and lightweight, and can be bought, found or even made. Mealtime becomes fast and effortless, and cleanup is as easy as licking your utensils and sealing the zip-top bag.

- REI

Bay Street Publishing Freezer Bag Cooking Volume 1: Trail Food Made Simple

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The Bay Street Publishing Freezer Bag Cooking Volume 1: Trail Food Made Simple is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 7, 2011 at REI.

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