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Tag: Condiment Packets

Backpacking with Peanut Butter

Backpacking with Peanut Butter

Peanut butter is a convenient and high calorie snack for backpackers to take on the trail. It is loaded in healthy fat and offers a decent amount of protein. Here are a few methods that make it easy to take it out on the trail.

Expiration Date of Condiment Packets

Expiration Date of Condiment Packets

Do you stow extra condiment packets from fast food restaurants?  In particular, we keep a sandwich bag stocked in our cupboard of Taco Bell Fire Sauce. These packets are useful to take backpacking or to spread on your home-made burrito when you run out of […]

Backpacking Vegetarian or Vegan?

Backpacking Vegetarian or Vegan?

Is it possible to maintain my vegetarian/vegan diet while backpacking? This question is a common one that we get from backpackers. Meat eaters claim a vegan (or vegetarian) won’t be able to finish their hike because they can’t possibly consume enough calories, protein, or fat, […]

Backpacking with Olive Oil

Backpacking with Olive Oil

Olive Oil is an excellent choice to take when backpacking. Not only is it healthy and contain a high calorie per ounce weight ratio, but it also has a multitude of non-cooking purposes. In cooking, it can be used in place of butter to provide additional […]