If you love cheese but can’t stand the thought of going without it on your next backpacking trip, never fear! With a minimal effort, you can dry your own cheese at home.
Category: Dehydrating Food 101
Learn how to safely dehydrate or freeze-dry mushrooms for backpacking meals and enjoy a Veggie Pho Noodle Soup recipe.
Learn how to safely dehydrate or freeze-dry chickpeas for backpacking meals! Chickpeas (garbanzo beans) are versatile, nutritious, and easy to love. You can eat them in dips, taco fillings, soups, and salads. They rehydrate easily and taste great on the trail.
Dehydrating tofu is an easy way to boost the flavor and protein of your backpacking meals. Enjoy our Veggie Pho Noodle Soup recipe, too.
Learn how to safely dehydrate or freeze-dry green onions for backpacking meals and enjoy a Veggie Pho Noodle Soup recipe!
Learn how to add a boost of flavor to your backpacking meals by dehydrating or freeze-drying strawberries. Also, enjoy our easy-to-prepare Granola with Milk & Berries recipe.
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!
Did you know that you can dehydrate canned and frozen foods to make quick and easy backpacking meals? Here are a few ideas including a bonus canned tuna recipe.
Questioning if making your own dehydrated meals for backpacking is right for you? There are a variety of reasons why you might consider making your own instead of purchasing commercially prepared meals.