Jerky is high up on the list of favorite foods that campers and hikers like to bring on their adventures. This is because it is lightweight, easy to find or prepare, and quick to eat while having many different types and flavor varieties to fit your specific taste. It is also great as survival food due to its very long shelf life. Jerky for sure is one of my favorite treats – I always have some lying around somewhere.
Eating while you are out camping or hiking can be quite difficult – I mean, not everyone is able to pack a portable cooker all the time and not all campsites have public cooking areas that you can use. That’s why sometimes, freeze dried foods can come to your rescue.
Beans, beans, the musical fruit; the more you eat, the more you – you probably already know the rest.
Even though beans may not be a favored food among many people, it is definitely a staple food when it comes to camping and hiking. So don’t walk past that pack of beans in the grocery isle just yet, especially if you’re planning to go out on a camping trip. Grab them, you’ll need it – trust me.
Storing and preserving meats can be a tricky task especially when it comes to spending time out in the wild during a camping trip. This is why learning how to preserve meat in the wild is a good skill to have either for those going on a long camping trip or even for those learning how to hunt for your own food.