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Jerky & Vegetable Noodle Bowl

Ramen is pretty low class. It's also pretty nutritionally dismal. It is however comfort food that is easy to prep. When you use ramen, see it as the carb, and add in goodies to make it a worthy meal. This noodle bowl only takes a few more minutes of prep time than plain ramen, and… Continue reading Jerky & Vegetable Noodle Bowl

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Dehydrating Kiwi Fruit Leather

I don't often make fruit leather because for the amount of fruit needed and the time required....it honestly is easier to simply buy it. Unless you are seeking out the more unusual flavors! Kiwi is not a fruit leather you will easily find in a grocery store. The recipe is open ended - use what… Continue reading Dehydrating Kiwi Fruit Leather

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Comfort Food: Brothy Pasta and Veggies

Not quite a soup, but not a bowl of noodles, Brothy Pasta meets it halfway. It is a bowl of comfort carbs, studded with plenty of vegetables. Prepped one pot method, it is easy to make and both fills up the belly and rehydrates the body. Winter trips call for meals that warm you up,… Continue reading Comfort Food: Brothy Pasta and Veggies

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Unusual Recipes: Switchel Syrup

If you are one of my tribe, you might be a fan of apple cider vinegar, a splash of honey and hot water in a mug. Well, maybe you are. Not everyone loves that (I love the acid taste), and I get it. I want to introduce that drink's high-end cousin, Switchel Syrup. Switchel is… Continue reading Unusual Recipes: Switchel Syrup

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Revisiting Recipes: Hiker’s Pantry Fudge

Fudge. It's a sugary delight that most people love, but never think of hauling along on a hike. However, when the sun is low, and the temperature is cold, fudge can be the best snack you could carry. Oh sure, a treat made of sugar and fat isn't sexy in the age of Keto &… Continue reading Revisiting Recipes: Hiker’s Pantry Fudge