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Hack my kayak trip

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Created May 05, 2012 at 11:03 AM

I'm going to Sweden next month for a 5 day Sea Kayak trip. I will try to bring as much real food as possible (fresh eggs, bacon, veggies,...) but I would like to pack some backup food as well. Previously (pre paleo) I would bring some freeze dried pack where you just add hot water. Does anybody know a web site where you can buy freeze dried paleo friendly food packs ? Preferably in Europe (import tax).

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on May 06, 2012
at 04:14 AM

mmmmmm....all that is on my list now

4d326d5e1b9c05d5b6338d8df633d4cd

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on May 06, 2012
at 04:14 AM

I have tried (not while kayaking), but never seem to catch anything. I think I need a fishing coach or just a good luck potion. Regarding shellfish, that might be an option...

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on May 06, 2012
at 04:12 AM

Yes that is defiantly an option. I think I will try to tinker with that.

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on May 06, 2012
at 01:21 AM

And, if you want to kill yourself because fishing seems to take eons longer when you finish a long day of traveling, if the area is safe for shellfish collection, that's 1000x easier. Oysters, clams, and muscles are my life on kayak trips.

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on May 05, 2012
at 11:01 PM

Oh yeah, and olives.

F5f742cc9228eb5804114d0f3be4e587

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on May 05, 2012
at 11:00 PM

Also cans/pouches of sardines or tuna.

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at 03:06 PM

I have a question about dehydrated meat. Won't it spoil? How long can you keep it out of refrigerator in the sun, for example?

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F5f742cc9228eb5804114d0f3be4e587

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on May 05, 2012
at 09:50 PM

Pemmican. Salami. Nuts. Dried fruit. Some lovely dark chocolate if it won't melt, or some raw vegan macaroons.

Now I want to go backpacking!

F5f742cc9228eb5804114d0f3be4e587

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on May 05, 2012
at 11:00 PM

Also cans/pouches of sardines or tuna.

F5f742cc9228eb5804114d0f3be4e587

(7660)

on May 05, 2012
at 11:01 PM

Oh yeah, and olives.

4d326d5e1b9c05d5b6338d8df633d4cd

(45)

on May 06, 2012
at 04:14 AM

mmmmmm....all that is on my list now

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on May 05, 2012
at 11:57 AM

You can buy a dehydrator and dehydrate your food yourself. It's an upfront investment, but when you consider that each dehydrated meal costs you ~ $8 (and for this price, you basically eat salt and carbs), it's definitely worth it if you regularly do outdoor activities.

Examples of really-easy-to-dehydrate foods :

  • Ground meat (veal/beef) with garlic and onion.
  • Dried veggies (mushrooms, tomatoes, etc) that you can use to make a soup

F5a0ddffcf9ef5beca864050f090a790

(15515)

on May 05, 2012
at 03:06 PM

I have a question about dehydrated meat. Won't it spoil? How long can you keep it out of refrigerator in the sun, for example?

4d326d5e1b9c05d5b6338d8df633d4cd

(45)

on May 06, 2012
at 04:12 AM

Yes that is defiantly an option. I think I will try to tinker with that.

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on May 05, 2012
at 10:11 PM

You can get dehydrated veggies at many grocery stores. Jerky is a good travel food as well, along with canned salmon with pull-tab openings.

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on May 05, 2012
at 07:53 PM

How about bringing along a simple handline and catching some fish?

518bce04b12cd77741237e1f61075194

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on May 06, 2012
at 01:21 AM

And, if you want to kill yourself because fishing seems to take eons longer when you finish a long day of traveling, if the area is safe for shellfish collection, that's 1000x easier. Oysters, clams, and muscles are my life on kayak trips.

4d326d5e1b9c05d5b6338d8df633d4cd

(45)

on May 06, 2012
at 04:14 AM

I have tried (not while kayaking), but never seem to catch anything. I think I need a fishing coach or just a good luck potion. Regarding shellfish, that might be an option...

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on May 18, 2012
at 05:48 AM

If you are looking for Paleo freeze dried food then there are number of choices. Paleo dried food includes meat, fish, eggs, fruit, vegetables, nuts and berries. There are lots of websites that offer these kinds of food services. Just google and get the results what you want to have.


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