Camping Food

Discussion in 'Australia' started by searchin oz, Nov 26, 2007.

  1. Woody2627

    Woody2627 Skinny Decaf Latte Thanks

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    31 days, Dave. Bolivia and Peru. Hopefully no horrible diseases this time.
  2. Tyzo

    Tyzo Adventurer

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  3. Paves

    Paves Beetrt/liver sausage

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    Mmmmm.... sounds like a sales pitch :wink:

    If you send me a packet of the Red Wine or Drover's beef and I like it I promise I'll order 10 :deal.
    PM me for address
  4. Doctor

    Doctor Banned

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    todays lunch

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  5. Tyzo

    Tyzo Adventurer

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    I dont work for them or anything. i just think its a great idea, and i dont think many people know about them.
  6. Paves

    Paves Beetrt/liver sausage

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    Just trying to get a freebie in case you did :lol3
    Wouldn't mind trying it but no outlets in WA and can't be bothered ordering online.
  7. Sean-0

    Sean-0 straya carnt

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  8. digga1111

    digga1111 bann ed

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    love ya work seano.
  9. nazza

    nazza Trouble

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    That's awesome Seano :clap
    I started off on my trip with mostly just quick cook flavoured rice and cous cous with either tinned tuna or chicken. But it got boring very fast. I used to make dehydrated meals for hiking much like Jane does but now I am on the road constantly (more or less) I can't do that. I also can't afford to buy the dehydrated meals continuously.
    I use a small titanium burner on a butane canister and love the heat control it has. It has allowed me to start getting creative and it's only going to get better (and stranger) this time round. I am thinking of getting a small biomass stove as well now that I am getting bigger panniers. I love my food lol.
    Here is a post about cooking on the road that I did on my blog: http://www.adventureriding.com.au/2012/07/camp-cooking/
  10. digga1111

    digga1111 bann ed

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    hey naz. i would really like to see some video on some of your roadside cook ups
  11. nazza

    nazza Trouble

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    I plan to do some of that this time, especially when I am getting wild food and seafood to cook. I am yet to decide if some of the slightly illegal things I may do will go on video yet or not :D Man I can't wait to get back and on the road! Although I am enjoying sunny Qld :clap
  12. havafati

    havafati Yassdafarian

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    I don't think cutting up roadkill for stew is illegal, in fact it's probably a public service :rofl
    Cheers
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  13. nazza

    nazza Trouble

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    I have just been trying to find the answer to that as I have been told that it is particularly if it is a protected species. I know in Qld it is illegal to pick up a dead snake or move it off the road. If anyone knows the laws in their state I would be interested to know.
  14. havafati

    havafati Yassdafarian

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    I don't know the laws but I have eaten some interesting things in my time. :huh :D Some were offered freshly cooked by local Indigenous in NW W.A.
    Cheers
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  15. Uncle Crumpet

    Uncle Crumpet Been here awhile

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    I very much doubt you would find yourself in the poo with the powers that be if you were found to be slicing a steak off an item of road kill, regardless of protected species status. As to the " can't move a snake off the road to prevent its death" things, it was originally put about by over zealous NPWS staff as there interpretation of the illegal "interfere with an animals natural progression" ,which in itself was in conflict with the already illegal, you cant deliberately mow down protected wildlife, snake or not. The other bit about not moving a dead reptile is also bandied about, but it is more in line with have in your possession, the law is the same that applies to all protected fauna, unless under permit, as a herp keeper you would know all about that. If we were to take these legal misnomers put about by the ill informed members of the various state authorities seriously, it would mean that to remain out of court, one would standby and watch a koala or echidna be run down by a semi rather than take the animal welfare inititative, and remove the animal to safety. I sincerely doubt any magistrate is likely to prosecute the person with the animal under their arm removing it from the roadway, but then again, you never know what clown you might come up against?:huh I know what I do and have always done when it comes to the case of preserving life over " supposed" letter of the law. As for the eating already dead animals, enjoy your toxoplasmosis!,:rofl
  16. nazza

    nazza Trouble

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    mmm toxoplasmosis :rofl (had to look that up)

    Here's a video of a new stove I got, its a biomass wood burner thingy

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  17. Oz Nutter

    Oz Nutter Long timer

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    I think they sell something similar in the SSAA shooters magazine
  18. Sean-0

    Sean-0 straya carnt

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    Hey naz i think i seen nipple in that vid

    :shog
  19. poppy

    poppy Slow and Steady

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    I watched it a stack of times, what you talking about willis.

    Hi Naz :wave:D
  20. Sean-0

    Sean-0 straya carnt

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    trying to get her views up :lol3

    its working

    Sup naz ..ya dag