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Plans are to go camping for the 4th of July. But I am worried as to what to pack food wise,don't want to get sick in front of friends. What would you pack?-Jen

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You can do some "normal" camp foods that are gluten-free. Look for gluten-free hot dogs, gluten-free chips, hamburgers, marshmallows, baked potatoes (on a grill or in the fire). You can take rice gluten-free bars like soyjoy and gluten-free trailmix. We always do bacon, eggs, etc... for breakfast and that would be good, too. Maybe gluten-free wraps or breads , too?

Have fun!

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Just be careful of the grills or Dutch ovens. Probably could line them well with foil. Foil has become my friend.

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There are several brands of graham crackers for smores- "smorables" is one. Kinnikinick?

EnerG is not the most popular but kiddo likes their hot dog and hamburger buns and we keep them on hand for such occasions. They are better warmed up or toasted(wrap in aluminum foil and place on the grill).

Watermelon is gluten-free. Potatoe salad or coleslaw can be easily made gluten-free and served to everyone.

Lay's Staxx, all flavors, are made on dedicated lines, are cheap-$1 per canister at places like Walmart and dollar stores and are gluten-free.

Pamela's pancake mix is excellent!

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Just be careful of the grills or Dutch ovens. Probably could line them well with foil. Foil has become my friend.

If you have a new or non-contaminated Dutch oven to take (pre-seasoned according to mfg directions), this is a fantastic pork chalupa recipe you could share with everyone.

Chalupa

1 lb. dry pink beans

3 lbs. pork roast

1/2 cup chopped onion

2 cloves garlic, minced

1 tablespoon salt (or adjust to taste)

2 tablespoon chili powder

1 tablespoon cumin

1 teaspoon oregano

1 can (4 oz.) chopped green chilies

Sort and rinse beans. Put all ingredients in Dutch oven (or electric crock pot or heavy pot). Add 7 cups of water. Cover and simmer about 5 hours, or until roast falls apart and beans are done. Uncover and cook about 1/2 hour to desired thickness.

Serve with corn chips (like Tostadas and pass condiments for choice of toppings:

(chopped tomato, avocado, onion, shredded lettuce, grated cheddar cheese, taco sauce or other hot sauce.)

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