Lipsmackin' Backpackin': Lightweight Trail-tested Recipes

Lipsmackin' Backpackin': Lightweight Trail-tested Recipes for Backcountry Trips Tasty backcountry cookbook filled with trail tested recipes providing nutritional information, food preparation and meal planning tips from experienced long distance hikers ❮Read❯ ➪ I Blame The Scapegoats Author John O& – Kleankitchen.co.uk food preparation and meal planning tips from experienced long distance hikers


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10 thoughts on “Lipsmackin' Backpackin': Lightweight Trail-tested Recipes for Backcountry Trips

  1. Erin Erin says:

    Finally, a book that tells you what you need to do at home to prepare and what you need to do on the trail.My only complaint was a lot of the recipes call for frying oil in a pan Not sure what to do with the oil when you are done with it when backpacking It seems a little messy There were enough recipes in here that could be adapted to be GF gluten free A lot of the other trail food books I had read were all pasta based, not so with this one You can also use GF pasta if needed, although I Finally, a book that tells you what you need to do at home to prepare and what you need to do on the trail.My only complaint was a lot of the recipes call for frying oil in a pan Not sure what to do with the oil when you are done with it when backpacking It seems a little messy There were enough recipes in here that could be adapted to be GF gluten free A lot of the other trail food books I had read were all pasta based, not so with this one You can also use GF pasta if needed, although I prefer apaleo type diet usually


  2. Bethany Bethany says:

    A great little recipe book to spark your creativity or simply give you tried and true recipes to follow for your next backwoods adventure I ve read nearly every page and made a ZILLION of the recipes Whew I highly recommend for backpackers looking to travel light without eating couscous or instant mashed potatoes every meal Variety is the spice of life even while hiking There is also a vegetarian edition for those interested which I have briefly looked at since I eat so little meat any A great little recipe book to spark your creativity or simply give you tried and true recipes to follow for your next backwoods adventure I ve read nearly every page and made a ZILLION of the recipes Whew I highly recommend for backpackers looking to travel light without eating couscous or instant mashed potatoes every meal Variety is the spice of life even while hiking There is also a vegetarian edition for those interested which I have briefly looked at since I eat so little meat anyway Enjoy the food on the trail or at home I found my new favorite corn chowder recipe from this book and it never made it to the dehydrator, it was so yummy Haha Enjoy


  3. Mark Mark says:

    I ll be honest and say that dinners are why I bought this snacks and breakfast aren t that hard to make, but dinners, especially for a group, can be challenging I did a quick count, and 40 of the 59 dinners require a dehydrator Of the ones that don t, the authors include recipes with ramen, spam, and macaroni and cheese, none of which I need a cookbook for and two of which I bought the book to get away from And then there s the Trail grown sprouts dinner which suggests growing sprouts fo I ll be honest and say that dinners are why I bought this snacks and breakfast aren t that hard to make, but dinners, especially for a group, can be challenging I did a quick count, and 40 of the 59 dinners require a dehydrator Of the ones that don t, the authors include recipes with ramen, spam, and macaroni and cheese, none of which I need a cookbook for and two of which I bought the book to get away from And then there s the Trail grown sprouts dinner which suggests growing sprouts for three days in netting, presumably in your pack, and then eating This is hardly a full meal There are also a few dinner recipes with the main ingredient being plants or fish caught while in the backcountry, such as Sandy s Weed Salad with Collect greens along the way in a plastic sack and wash them in streams and then toss with dressing as the directions Most experienced hikers know to not plan on a meal being caught or harvested in the wild The book is also padded with information about National and Historic Scenic Trails in the United States, which is ok information I guess, but a is of very little use to most people unless they plan on traveling the entire country, and b odd to have in a cook book I will probably sell this book and look for another that doesn t have so many major meals e.g dinners that require a dehydrator


  4. Wayne Robinson Wayne Robinson says:

    PoorI have to give this book one star for one reason alone There is a whole page dedicated to the Sunrise Bagel, as follows One bagel cut in halfAdd butterWrap for the trail.REALLY That s the recipe A waste of paper and very dissapointing However, the vegetarian version is much better.


  5. Patricia Patricia says:

    Just reading through made me hungry There are lots of tips and techniques on how to take tasty, nutritious, energy restoring foods with you on the trail A great resource


  6. Coral Coral says:

    Lots of great backpacking recipes and ideas Loved it.


  7. Holly Holly says:

    Cheese cookies better with bacon


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