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DIY Portable Backpacking Oven

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For trail foodie as I am, the portable backpacking oven is not a luxury, it’s an absolutely must-have device. In addition to pies and breads I can make in it almost anything that can be prepared at home. By the way, it’s not necessary to buy special devices for baking on the trail. Using gear from your…

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Easy Backcountry Bread: Chapati

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Chapati is a small, round, earthy-tasting flatbread of Northern India and Pakistan. It’s typically made with two ingredients only: finely ground whole wheat flour and water. Chapati is super easy to make even when you’re in the backcountry. It contains no yeast, so no long waiting for dough rising is needed. Just knead, roll out and…

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Ultralight Outback Oven Review

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Enjoying fresh, hot baked bread on the trail always was a dream of mine. However, most ovens for baking in the outdoors are quite heavy and bulky. So when I found the Outback Oven Ultralight on Amazon, I decided to give it a go and have added it to my camp kitchen gear list. I actually bought one four years ago and…

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Trail Baking Methods: Steaming vs Dry Baking

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Nothing can be more satisfying than freshly baked bread after a long day hike. Make your own loaf, pie or muffins in the backcountry with this quick and easy trail baking guide. There are two main methods for baking in the backcountry: steaming and dry baking. You can choose the one best suited to your individual…

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