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Old 03-06-2012, 08:47 AM   #811
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Ara, I thank you for the reminder and your recipes. I have seen your blog in the past and I have it opened in another tab, looking over the recipes as I type this. Been awhile since I have visited your blog. Catching up now. You and Spirit are an inspiration to me!

EDIT: Signed up and I will look over the recipes "as templates" to try out with one or two pans. I travel for work and sometimes book at extended stay hotels with kitchenettes. These will be fun to try out on an electric stove and practice before hitting the road and using camping cooking utensils.
Yes, they are good for "home" also!
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Old 03-06-2012, 08:56 AM   #812
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whats that 'tube of many lids' thing?
im assuming its spices and herbs etc but is that DIY or something you can buy?
The tube of many lids thing is (are) GearPods.

http://www.gearpods.com/SearchResults.asp?Cat=62[/QUOTE]

ah cheers. cool but not what i thought it was
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Old 09-10-2012, 06:50 AM   #813
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Anyone ever ride and eat what they catch/kill? Best trout recipe?

While camping with my dad we made a meal I'll never forget. Trout, bacon, avacado, wheat bread - cook the bacon first in a skillet over a fire, add the trout to the skillet towards the end and cover with your bread slices. Slice up some avacado and make sammiches. So fookin good.

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Old 09-10-2012, 10:28 AM   #814
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I usually ride till lateish in the day so most of what I "cook" comes from a can I picked up at the last fuel stop or from an MRE pouch with some spices and what not added in.
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Old 09-10-2012, 12:09 PM   #815
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I usually ride till lateish in the day so most of what I "cook" comes from a can I picked up at the last fuel stop or from an MRE pouch with some spices and what not added in.

me too.




my buddy caught a load of crawfish and boiled them up fresh with cayenne, garlic, butter and olive oil.
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Old 09-10-2012, 01:22 PM   #816
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I usually ride till lateish in the day so most of what I "cook" comes from a can I picked up at the last fuel stop or from an MRE pouch with some spices and what not added in.
same here... those pack light. hardest part for me is finding good tasting vegetarian pouches. after a few days of the same thing gets old.
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Old 09-10-2012, 01:27 PM   #817
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Thread revival -

Anyone ever ride and eat what they catch/kill? Best trout recipe?

While camping with my dad we made a meal I'll never forget. Trout, bacon, avacado, wheat bread - cook the bacon first in a skillet over a fire, add the trout to the skillet towards the end and cover with your bread slices. Slice up some avacado and make sammiches. So fookin good.

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or one further- anyone eat roadkill?
nope, me neither
hit a pheasant in the car and took that home once, but that doesnt really count
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Old 09-10-2012, 01:59 PM   #818
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I have noticed that people tend to bring more food and cooking tools camping then they would if they were at home. By that I mean, sandwhich from a local gas station = done.

Its not like what I eat while camping represents what I eat all the time.

Anyway, those who are doing remote camping though totally have a reason.
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Old 09-10-2012, 02:05 PM   #819
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I have noticed that people tend to bring more food and cooking tools camping then they would if they were at home. By that I mean, sandwhich from a local gas station = done.

Its not like what I eat while camping represents what I eat all the time.

Anyway, those who are doing remote camping though totally have a reason.
The thing is: when your out on the road (or more likely the back roads) you never know what is going to happen or what resources you will have to draw from. Better to be over prepared than under prepared.
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Old 09-10-2012, 05:29 PM   #820
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I have noticed that people tend to bring more food and cooking tools camping then they would if they were at home. By that I mean, sandwhich from a local gas station = done.

Ugh.
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Old 09-10-2012, 05:37 PM   #821
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same here... those pack light. hardest part for me is finding good tasting vegetarian pouches. after a few days of the same thing gets old.
Tried MaryJanesFarm? Very tasty... and most (if not all) are organic. Best tasting veggie pouch food I've had.

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Old 09-10-2012, 05:51 PM   #822
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Ugh.

Roller dogs RULE

I travel for work as well as screwing around on the bike. Gas station food while an acquired taste does fill the need in a pinch. I wouldn't want to make a steady diet out of it, there are some passable options.

Caveate: this was typed while eating a can of Dinty More beef stew at 9:00 at night I may have suspect standards.
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Old 09-10-2012, 06:13 PM   #823
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same here... those pack light. hardest part for me is finding good tasting vegetarian pouches. after a few days of the same thing gets old.
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Tried MaryJanesFarm? Very tasty... and most (if not all) are organic. Best tasting veggie pouch food I've had.

maryjanesoutpost.org

i second Mary Janes. only thing with that brand is you need to add more salt. yes, salt. the other brands add too much salt.

Trader Joe's has great Indian Food pouches that you can heat and eat out of the pouch. no water needed.

and plain ol' rice goes a long long way.



as far as folks over packing food or under packing food, just have 1 or 2 freeze dried meals for the few nights you might not be near civilization but most often you can grab a sandwich (like said above) at Subway or a gas station, or a burrito from a taco truck or Taco Bell (if you must) and throw it in your backpack. reheat later.
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Old 09-11-2012, 09:24 AM   #824
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Tried MaryJanesFarm? Very tasty... and most (if not all) are organic. Best tasting veggie pouch food I've had.

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i second Mary Janes. only thing with that brand is you need to add more salt. yes, salt. the other brands add too much salt.

Trader Joe's has great Indian Food pouches that you can heat and eat out of the pouch. no water needed.

and plain ol' rice goes a long long way.
Thanks guys... i haven't tried that brand... i would rather have to add MORE salt than other direction. i find a lot of veggie/vegan pre-made stuff has way too much sodium in it. afterwards i feel soo bloated

i'll have to try them and see.

yeah i've tried the TJ Indian Food pouches and also some blue mountain and another brand. i found ones that work but its always good to find more choices.
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