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Chocolate Brownie Batter Hummus Backpacking Recipe
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Chocolate Brownie Batter Hummus Backpacking Recipe

This ultralight chocolate hummus backpacking recipe is absolutely divine and believe it or not, a healthy snack option! We would compare the hummus to a delicious bowl of brownie batter. Dehydrated chocolate hummus is an excellent cold soak mid-day treat or dessert after a long day in the backcountry. DISCLOSURE: THIS POST CONTAINS AFFILIATE LINKS...

Wild Edibles of the Northwest – Part One
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Wild Edibles of the Northwest – Part One

by Rachel Patrick, RDN, LD Today, I’d like to share tips on consuming wild edibles during your next adventure. For visitors and natives of the Northwestern United States, I have created a list including a few foods that can be eaten in the wild, some nutrition facts, identification, and food preparation ideas. Whether you are...

Foods to Improve Blood Flow
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Foods to Improve Blood Flow

by Briana Bruinoodge, RD, CPT Ever felt your toes tingle, or your calf cramp up when you’re halfway to the top of a mountain peak? Poor blood flow to these areas of the body could be contributing to muscle cramps or a numbness feeling in your toes or fingers. Improved blood flow, or circulation of...