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Trail Eats: No Cook Meal

Three courses for spring hikes! Do the work at home and eat gourmet while everyone else has a boring PB&J and enjoy a no cook meal on the trail..... Pistachio Couscous Salad Ingredients: 2 cups lower sodium vegetable or chicken broth 1 Tbsp diced dried onion 1½ cup couscous 15-ounce can chickpeas, rinsed and drained… Continue reading Trail Eats: No Cook Meal

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Trail Eats: A Backpacker’s Feast For Two

Summer planning? If you are looking for ideas for a backpacker, or you are backpacking, this is a long-time favorite of ours to take along. Fish Tacos Bring: 2 5-ounce pouches Albacore tuna or salmon 1 Tbsp olive oil (1 packet) 2 small or 1 large fresh lime(s) 4 small soft taco size tortillas In… Continue reading Trail Eats: A Backpacker’s Feast For Two

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Trail Eats: Three Raw Energy Recipes

These three recipes are easy and quick to make a batch of - and carry well on a hike. These bars store well once made. Wrap in plastic wrap, or parchment paper, to carry along. Blueberry Almond Bars Ingredients: 1 cup Medjool Dates, pitted (15 to 20) 1 cup Raw Almonds ½ cup Dried Blueberries 2… Continue reading Trail Eats: Three Raw Energy Recipes

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Trail Eats: Vegetarian Dayhiker’s Picnic

  Vegetarian Dayhiker’s Picnic: Snack, Entrée and Dessert Honey Roasted Almond and Cranberries Ingredients: 1/2 cup agave nectar or honey 2 Tbsp butter (or margarine if preferred) 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon 1/2 tsp kosher salt 3 cups whole almonds (or nut of choice) 6 ounce bag dried cranberries 3 Tbsp granulated sugar 1/2 tsp ground… Continue reading Trail Eats: Vegetarian Dayhiker’s Picnic

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Trail Eats: Three Recipes For Cold Weather

This set of recipes was featured in our column we wrote for a hiking magazine. They are great recipes to have made up and stored in mason jars as well. 2 of these recipes are no cook, and the third is just add water and a quick cook, and a hot meal is ready. They… Continue reading Trail Eats: Three Recipes For Cold Weather