If you haven’t yet hopped onto the no-cook backpacking meal wagon, this may be your year! Discovering that you can go a whole trip on satisfying, nutritious food without even packing a stove can be quite liberating.
Have you heard of other backpackers going stoveless in favor of cold soaking? You may think of these hikers as rugged outdoors people, willing to forgo the creature comfort of hot meals in the backcountry. However, many people don’t realize that they already use cold soak recipes for some of their meals.
Have you ever made homemade pesto before? You may have thought it couldn’t get much easier. You were wrong! Backcountry Foodie’s cold soak backpacking pesto recipe takes just a few minutes to prepare and packs a surprisingly flavorful punch.
Learn about backpacking meal planning and preparation tips for thru-hikes from a long-distance backpacking dietitian.
This meal replacement shake is a Backcountry Foodie fan favorite. It’s great for refueling on the go or when your appetite hits the road.
Why are instant ramen noodles considered to be so unhealthy? The obvious answer to that is the presence of saturated fat, sodium, preservatives, and artificial flavorings. Although there’s more to the story…
Backcountry Foodie’s ultralight Brownie Batter Hummus backpacking dessert 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 hummus is an excellent cold soak mid-day treat or dessert after a long day in the backcountry.
Some hikers love tuna as a backcountry staple, and others just bring it for their dogs. Either way, you might be wondering if you can dehydrate it at home. Here’s how!
Are you new to making homemade meals, or do you find preparing meals too time-consuming? For many reasons, Backcountry Foodie’s Garlic Parmesan Ramen ultralight backpacking recipe is a Foodie fan favorite.
Do you have a high-altitude trip planned soon? Maybe you live at a lower elevation but are going backpacking, skiing, or rock climbing at higher elevations. There are a few things to know to make your trip more enjoyable.