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Food

I LOVE food! And nothing makes me happier than simple, tasty, nutritious food in the backcountry!
Gear Reviews

Find outdoor meal planning a challenge? Boulder-based Trail Fork creates both pre-packaged and customized outdoor meals with simple, organic ingredients. Their packaging is 100% compostable and they also donate 1% of sales back to the environment.

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Gear Reviews

For me, coffee is the 11th essential on any backcountry trip and the GSI Outdoors Ultralight Java Drip has been serving me well for years! If you’re a fan of simple, delicious coffee, read on!

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Gear Reviews

Bear canisters aren’t anyone’s favorite piece of gear, but if you backpack, you’ll eventually have to use one. Here are details on where canisters are required in Washington State as well as tips for choosing the right one and why I picked the BearVault BV450 for my gear stash.

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Tips and Tricks

Want to make awesome lightweight backcountry meals and preserve fruit and veggies? Learn the art of food dehydration! It’s simple, easy, and fairly low cost to get started. Check out these tips to learn everything you need!

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Tips and Tricks

Prepackaged dehydrated meals in the backcountry are quick and easy, but did you know you can make healthier homemade food for a fraction of the cost? Here are three of my favorite recipes for delicious, nutritious, easy-to-fix meals for outdoor adventuring.

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Gear Reviews

If you’re looking for a new fuel alternative to gels and shot blocks, check out Electro-Bites! They’re Gluten and Soy Free bite sized snacks that melt in your mouth and give you a nice dose of salty. Love ’em!!

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