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Getting Started Dehydrating Your Own Backpacking Meals

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This is where you have an advantage. We may not all be skilled chefs, but we can all acquire good ingredients. Nearly all of us have ready access to farmer’s markets or natural food stores. Even conventional grocery stores have stepped up their game in response to demand for quality meats, fruits, and vegetables. Better yet, growing your own vegetables takes surprisingly little land or effort. However you shop for (or grow) your food, you are bound to pick out the freshest, ripest specimens on the shelf, and your meals will reflect these choices. You will be starting out way ahead of mass meal producers...

@HappyHour takes us through the philosophy and fundamentals of making your own backpacking meals at home, check out the full article in Issue 33:

Getting Started Making Your Own Dehydrated Food

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I do a lot of this.  I have a small garden that I maintain, some blackberry vines I planted and grow some kitchen herbs as well.  I also make a lot of jerky during hunting season.

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