111-Freeze Dried Food

Show Notes

Talking about hiking food can get you into a lot of trouble; everyone knows best, and their view is always the correct one! Its not quite in the same category as talking politics over Christmas lunch but it sometimes comes close. Everyone has their food preference and ours is freeze-dried food. In this podcast episode we’re going to discuss why that is.

Podcast Overview

First, what is it?

  • Explanation of Freeze dried food
  • Fresh food
  • Dehydrated food

Benefits of freeze-dried food

Disadvantages of freeze-dried food

Dehydrate your own?

Carry fresh food?

Cooking on the trail?

Last Words

Bloopers

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