Meal planning is one of the most important considerations for any trip. We all know that being hangry can derail a trip, so it’s worthwhile to take some time to explore alternatives for fast and easy food while out there on the go. And since we know that hunger sometimes strikes when we’re minimally prepared, it’s good to be knowledgeable on the high quality, shelf stable choices available to keep on hand for potential emergencies like being stranded or socked in by fast moving weather systems. Having at least three days of extra food at all times is a hard requirement for anyone traveling the back country by boots, paddles, peddles or 4WD.
That said, over the years we’ve expended a lot of time and resources on camp cooking during our longer trips. You can bring the entire Snow Peak or Camp Chef catalog to camp, and it’s easy to invest considerable time and money on...