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How To Make Your Own Ghee

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Ghee is my favorite fat to cook with on the trail. Why and how do I use it for backpacking recipes, as well as how to store it and where to buy, I’ve covered in a previous blog post. Now I’d like to tell you how to make your own ghee at home. At first…

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Trail Cooking With Quinoa

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Quinoa is a great base for healthy and satisfying backpacking meals. It’s high in protein and contain all nine essential amino acids those our body can’t naturally produce. In addition to protein, quinoa also contains carbohydrates, fats, fiber, minerals and B6 group vitamins. Thanks to its nutritional value ancient Incas called quinoa “the golden grain”…

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5 Backpacking Mac and Cheese Recipes

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Macaroni and cheese is a popular comfort food for backpackers around the world. It’s inexpensive, lightweight and super simple to prepare. Original recipe includes only pasta, milk, butter and cheese. Our Mac and Cheese variations call for other foods, such as meat, fish and vegetables to maximise the nutrient intake and create tasty and nourishing backpacking meals. 5…

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Trail Cooking With Nettles

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Next time you’re out on the trail, do not just pass by the nettles. Carefully collect a bunch of young leaves to take with you to the campsite. You can later turn them into an extremely healthy and flavourful trail meal. Nettle health benefits With no fat, sodium or sugar and with tiny amounts of…

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