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Taste Test: Heather’s Choice Dehydrated Meals

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For our hikes we usually cook and dehydrate the food ourselves. But when I heard about Heather’s Choice products, I really wanted to try them out. Firstly, I was attracted by the unusual names of the meals and the ingredients. Secondly, they were created by a professional in the field of sports nutrition and highly…

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Dehydrated Backpacking Meals: Chickpea and Vegetable Curry

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A superhealthy, delicious and easy-to-make vegan curry. Nearly any vegetable can be used for this recipe: cauliflower, eggplant, squash, sweet potato, green beans and others. Frozen veggies will work too. Chickpea and Vegetable Curry Recipe * Serves 4 * One-Pot* 95 gr/ 3.35oz * 579kCal* You’ll need: 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 red onion, diced 2 teaspoons mild curry masala 1…

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Homemade Backpacking Meals: Penne Puttanesca

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Spaghetti Puttanesca is one of my favorite dishes that I love eating at home.  However, variation with penne works better for backpacking meals. Short pasta is easier to pack; it doesn’t not take so much space in a bag as long varieties, and  hold its shape better after rehydrating. Serves 4 | One- Pot | 135g (4.76oz) Per serving: Calories…

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Dehydrated Backpacking Meals: Moussaka Casserole

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Evoke your taste buds with this colourful and flavor-rich Moussaka recipe! Moussaka is layered eggplant and meat casserole, a popular dish served throughout Balkans, Greece, Turkey and the Eastern Mediterranean. Usually it’s made with an eggplant, tomatoes and ground lamb or beef. However, each country has its own local variations of the recipe. For example, in Greek…

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Dehydrating123: How To Dehydrate Whole Grains For Backpacking Meals

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The whole grains are an essential part of  a hiker’s diet. They  are a good source of  complex carbohydrates, proteins, minerals (magnesium, iron, selenium, potassium) and fiber. Moreover, whole grains have some valuable antioxidants not found in fruits and vegetables, as well as vitamins (B, E). What are whole grains? These are unrefined grains that…

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