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veggf

Member Since 31 Dec 2003
Offline Last Active Oct 07 2007 07:11 PM
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In Topic: Any Backpackers Out There?

07 October 2007 - 07:10 PM

To add to my previous message:

Here's a link to Fantastic which lists some of their instant soups. We've enjoyed the split pea during a lot of trips.

http://www.fantastic.../wheat_free.php

Hope this is helpful.

In Topic: Any Backpackers Out There?

07 October 2007 - 07:02 PM

Hi,

I've used the following on long trips, hope this helps:

Breakfast--Instant grits or a quick rice hot cereal by Lundgrens, with dried fruit and nuts. Or for the first morning or two corn tortillas keep ok in cool weather, then put instant eggs and veggies in them.

Lunch--Lara Bars, rice crackers (I repackage them for the pack) with protein of choice, dried fruit bars, almonds, almonds with raisins, I think it is Clif Bars that also makes a gluten free fruit and nut bar.

Supper--Thai Kitchen packaged meals. There are several brands that produce instant gluten free soup (though I'm drawing a blank right now). Annie's makes a gluten-free mac and cheese. We have the cookbook Simple Foods for the Pack (an old Sierra Club book, I think??)--many of the recipes in there are gluten free or can be changed to be gluten free. We have used quinoa in place of bulgur in both a dried/backpacking tabouli recipe and a fresh one at home. For the dried/backpacking tabouli we use dried parsley flakes and diced sundried tomatoes, and other dried spices. Sorry I'm a vegetarian so no recommendation on the meats. Oh, and Lundgrens makes some instant rice pilafs and some boxed risotto mixes too. We also mix our own instant potatoes au gratin for trips too--purchased dried potato slices and gluten-free cheese powder.

Hope all goes well and you have many more miles!