127-Dehydrated Food on the Trail

Show notes

Start talking about food options for hiking and it’s amazing how quickly the conversation becomes heated as individuals passionately defend their preferred meal options and tell you why your choices are wrong. This is definitely a topic I try to avoid when at camp in the evening.

Having said that I do have my preferences and as much as I like cooking and eating well when I’m at home, I prefer to keep things simple when I’m on the trail. While my main meals tend to be freeze dried I also integrate dehydrated food into the mix.

This podcast discusses the pros and cons of using dehydrated food and provides a few suggestions for dehydrating.

Podcast overview

In this episode we talk dehydrated food:

  • What is it
  • Benefits of dehydrated food
  • Disadvantages of dehydrated food
  • Dehydrate your own
  • Cooking on the trail
  • Storing dehydrated food
  • Some simple recipes
  • Things to consider
  • Last words

In our next episode, episode 128, we talk about some hiking based videos and books.

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