Another Fork in the Trail: Vegetarian and Vegan Recipes for the Backcountry

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Wilderness Press, 2011 - Cooking - 224 pages
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Packed with lightweight, mouthwatering recipes for backcountry adventurers, Another Fork in the Trail is focused on delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes for those following vegetarian and vegan diets. It includes more than 120 recipes, all of
 

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User Review  - gipsieee - LibraryThing

This book had a nice collection of recipes. As someone who has pretty set ideas about what to pack for food on back country trips, I think I'll be using these recipes more at home than on the trail ... Read full review

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User Review  - Emidawg - LibraryThing

The recipes in this book are all designed to be portable for use on camping and backpacking trips. All recipes are either vegetarian or vegan and also offer gluten free options for ingredients. With ... Read full review

Contents

An Introduction to Wilderness Cooking for Vegetarians
1
Dehydration Basics Commercially Dried Foods and Grocery Store Finds
17
Menu Planning
25
Recipe Creation and Ingredient Substitutions
31
Breakfasts
39
Lunches
83
Snacks
117
Dinners
149
Beverages
225
More Elaborate Dishes
249
Glossary of Special Ingredients
273
Glossary of Cooking Terms
280
Measuring Tips and Suggestions
281
Measurement Conversions
282
Index
283
About the Author
302

Desserts and Baked Goods
197

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About the author (2011)

Laurie Ann March is an avid backpacker, hiker, and wilderness canoeist. Her first nature experiences were shared with her big brother, Bruce, who backpacked and hiked all over Canada throughout his life. Laurie's relationship and wilderness experiences with her brother instilled a deep respect for nature and love of the outdoors in her.

The outdoors isn't merely a hobby for Laurie — it is her passion. She is an instructor of wilderness cooking courses, and she also enjoys her work as owner and editor of the popular outdoors e-zine www.OutdoorAdventureCanada.com. She now lives in Ontario, Canada, where she backpacks, hikes, and paddles with her husband, Bryan, and her two children.

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