More Back Country Cooking: Moveable Feasts from the Experts

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The Mountaineers Books, 2002 - Cooking - 263 pages
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How does ginger-cashew chicken and rice or sweet and sour pan-fried noodles with no-bake berry pie for dessert sound?The days of roughing it are gone and so are the days of long prep time for cooking something you actually like to eat. With a smorgasbord of information, Miller covers the basics about ingredients, nutrition, fuel efficiency, dehydrating, and backcountry baking. Most of the 140+ recipes take little effort to prepare on the trail. If you're willing to go the extra mile at home and do a little prepreparation, the sky's the limit on what you can create for lip-smacking meals and snacks.
  

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Contents

Breakfast
10
COLD BREAKFAST
11
HOT CEREALS
13
FROM THE FRYING PAN
20
BAKES
31
Lunch and Snacks
34
BARS
39
JERKY
42
NOBAKE TREATS
144
BAKES
147
SWEET AND FRUITY
153
LIQUID REFRESHMENTS
157
Hot Topics
158
WHAT KIND OF BACKCOUNTRY EATER ARE YOU?
159
HOW TO
161
CARRYING YOUR KITCHEN IN A PACK
165

SALADS
46
GORP
48
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE LEATHERS
52
BAKES
54
Soups and Chowders
57
INSTANT SOUP
58
SOUP
64
CHOWDER
71
Dinner
73
GRAINS
74
BEANS AND CORN
90
PASTA
97
NOODLES
114
POTATOES
117
SALAD SIDE DISHES
121
WRAPS AND SANDWICHES
129
FISH
134
DUMPLINGS AND BAKES
136
Dessert
139
PUDDING
140
CHOOSING THE RIGHT STOVE
171
HOLDING EVERYTHING
174
LEAVING NO TRACE
176
CRITTERPROOFING YOUR CAMP
178
DRYING FOOD FOR THE TRAIL
180
CONVERTING RECIPES FROM HOME TO TRAIL
189
COOKING WITH FRESH FOOD
192
BAKING IN THE BACKCOUNTRY
197
MAKING CAMP COFFEE
200
PLANNING A LONG TRIP
202
CALORIES AND HOW TO GET THEM
209
FOR VEGETARIANS
214
FOR PEOPLE WITH DIABETES
217
FOR PEOPLE WITH FOOD ALLERGIES OR FOOD INTOLERANCE
219
Appendices
221
Nutritive Values
226
Ingredients
236
Sources of Ingredients
247
Index
252
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Dorcas S. Miller is a former contributing editor to Backpacker magazine's "Moveable Feast" column. Her wilderness leadership roles include working as an Outward Bound instructor and a whitewater rafting guide. She has written ten other books about the outdoors

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