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Paleo pre-packaged snack bars?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created July 30, 2011 at 11:08 AM

I spend a lot of time hiking in the woods. In my day pack, I carry a few snack bars in case I ever get stuck and have to stay in the forest overnight. All fine, except that the bars I've been using are very high carb low-fat things, and no longer something I would want to eat.

Are there any paleo type bars out there? I'm not looking for something to make myself (I do that, but those bars wouldn't last long in the pack), but rather something that could stay in my pack for months at a time without going bad. Any suggestions?

UPDATE: It's amazing what you people know about! Suggestions here have been incredibly helpful. Wow.

4814038d21ec791cbd70b5481feb8b56

on September 21, 2013
at 03:07 AM

Do you have a recipe for your homemade bars? They sound fabulous.

4814038d21ec791cbd70b5481feb8b56

on September 21, 2013
at 03:05 AM

Conveniently (for me, anyway, since I think it's the tastiest), the chocolate chip cookie dough flavor has the lowest sugar content with 16g.

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on September 20, 2013
at 07:13 PM

Cool, to me they don't taste outstanding, although not bad. I like them for what they provide. The company is the same that make these http://thunderbirdenergetica.com/

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on September 20, 2013
at 05:53 PM

I just went to the website and bought a box. They look fairly healthy and truly convenient - like granola bar - convenient! Now here's to hoping they don't taste like A$$!

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on September 20, 2013
at 01:42 AM

In the UK, nakd bars are great.

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on September 19, 2013
at 08:35 PM

The only problem that I see with the bars are the ingredients. protien blend and natural flavorings

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on September 19, 2013
at 08:32 PM

The Good on Ya Bars are awesome! There's actually a company that I found that includes them in their 30 serving monthly Paleo snack variety box. www.gngsnacks.com check them out too.

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on September 19, 2013
at 08:29 PM

I've looked into this Pemmican maker. Yeast is one of their ingredients and there fore doesn't meet Paleo. One thing about Paleo is that I'm always looking at labels...

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on August 14, 2012
at 10:31 PM

Ew they taste and look like dog food.

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on August 01, 2011
at 01:38 AM

I buy most of my jerky when it is on sale, which happens fairly often. So, it is not very expensive; but, some regular prices can be steep.

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on July 31, 2011
at 02:23 AM

I'm with @wheelhouse! I usually just bag up nuts, coconut, dark chocolate and away I go. Never really thought of bars.. now I'm going to file some of these away for future use! Definitely some tasty sounding ones listed. 'Fanks!

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on July 30, 2011
at 11:43 PM

Thanks for this, this really is an awesome thread! I have started cycling again as well as hiking and am getting to the point where my distances require food to take with me. This thread came at the perfect time with some awesome suggestions!

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at 11:40 PM

The free sample is still on the Super Human Radio site. http://www.superhumanradio.com/

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on July 30, 2011
at 09:22 PM

Thanks, Happy Now. Another one to check out!

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on July 30, 2011
at 09:20 PM

Hmm, interesting. Has coconut! Thanks, Shari.

B525b3e4b1d6f1cdceec943cdec6eb7d

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on July 30, 2011
at 09:18 PM

Buffalo meat and cranberries! Fascinating. Thanks.

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on July 30, 2011
at 09:17 PM

Good point about the sugars, terrence. I have a food dehydrator, so I think I'll make my own.

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on July 30, 2011
at 09:11 PM

The suggestions in this thread are amazing! All sorts of stuff I never would have thought of or found on my own.

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on July 30, 2011
at 09:10 PM

Interesting that these ones are dehydrated rather than cooked. (Maybe I'll experiment with that when making home-made energy bars.) These sound good and they ship to Canada. Thanks!

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on July 30, 2011
at 09:07 PM

Thanks, 77Pat. I'll go read up on that GoRaw bar, and the others you mentioned. And ben61820, thanks for the comment on those bars. I'd rather have a perfect bar, but you're right: if it's for the survival kit....

B525b3e4b1d6f1cdceec943cdec6eb7d

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on July 30, 2011
at 09:04 PM

Aha! They do ship to Canada.

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on July 30, 2011
at 08:59 PM

Cory151, ben61820, Shari: Thanks. The fact that you all liked this bar has got my attention. I'll order some if they ship to Canada.

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on July 30, 2011
at 08:56 PM

Thanks, Jessica G. I've never heard of that bar, but will go read about it now. "A little maple syrup" is way better than all the carbs and junk in the bars I've been using.

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on July 30, 2011
at 08:55 PM

Excellent suggestions, Karen - thanks. I never would have thought of coconut flakes. Will add chocolate. :-) Also, I think I'll make some jerky. That is another fine idea.

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on July 30, 2011
at 08:54 PM

Thank you, Mari! I've never heard of larabars, but will go read up on them.

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on July 30, 2011
at 08:53 PM

Karen - our climate is similar to that of Seattle, so we still get too-hot days in summer. I'll just have to swap in new emergency rations more often, I guess. Totally worth it for a paleo-friendly snack!

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on July 30, 2011
at 08:51 PM

Nemesis - it does sound a lot better than fruit and nuts, doesn't it?

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on July 30, 2011
at 08:51 PM

edrice, thank your for the suggestion and helpful links. Also, special thanks for "...and you can search around for more" which is just what I did. I found a pemmican that is made in Canada, and available through one of my favourite online stores. This is fantastic, and I've ordered some already. Can hardly wait for it to come!

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on July 30, 2011
at 08:48 PM

Cool! I'm fairly new to paleo, and hadn't thought of pemmican. Thanks for the suggestion, Tim. I'll go read up on it.

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on July 30, 2011
at 07:02 PM

These are very good! I got my free bars then ordered a case. I really wanted the peanut bar but went with almond (vanilla) instead so the paleo police didn't come after me. Very good in a pinch.

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on July 30, 2011
at 06:15 PM

I've had the flax one. Things don't taste too good. And brute tough as shoe leather. But I suppose on a hiker whatever they'll get the job done.

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on July 30, 2011
at 06:14 PM

I always see these on USwellness meat's site. Look good but haven't tried them.

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on July 30, 2011
at 06:13 PM

I tried these. Got a free sample from super human radio. They were super tasty. I suppose paleo folk might be concerned that they have some kind of artificial sweetener. Forget which one. Since it'll prolly make up about 5% of your day's food I wouldn't sweat it but it is in there. Damn tasty though.

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on July 30, 2011
at 06:09 PM

still low-fat though.

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on July 30, 2011
at 03:47 PM

hmmm, OP is from Canada, so depending on location and pemmican packaging, it might be fine up there.

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on July 30, 2011
at 03:16 PM

Two of us have already brought it up. Pemmican is great, but not so good during hot weather. It would be one of my first choices in cooler weather.

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on July 30, 2011
at 03:14 PM

Several people actually have brought it up. Pemmican is great, but not so good during hot weather.

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on July 30, 2011
at 02:00 PM

Pemmican was going to be my suggestion as well. I would get sick of munching on fruits and nuts all day!

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on July 30, 2011
at 01:59 PM

I've heard good things about pemmican, especially if it's made from good stuff.

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on July 30, 2011
at 01:01 PM

A great option for a Paleo Pre-Pack Snackbar! Grass fed meat, grass fed tallow, sea salt: http://www.grasslandbeef.com/Categories.bok?category=Grassland+Beef%3ABeef+Pemmican

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on July 30, 2011
at 08:48 PM

Cool! I'm fairly new to paleo, and hadn't thought of pemmican. Thanks for the suggestion, Tim. I'll go read up on it.

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on July 30, 2011
at 01:59 PM

I've heard good things about pemmican, especially if it's made from good stuff.

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on July 30, 2011
at 01:51 PM

I'm surprised no one has brought up pemmican, which was used by native Americans.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pemmican

http://www.pemmican.com/

There are several pemmican producers online and you can search around for more.

1d0497f8781845ab371b479455bfee8e

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on July 30, 2011
at 02:00 PM

Pemmican was going to be my suggestion as well. I would get sick of munching on fruits and nuts all day!

B525b3e4b1d6f1cdceec943cdec6eb7d

(1680)

on July 30, 2011
at 08:53 PM

Karen - our climate is similar to that of Seattle, so we still get too-hot days in summer. I'll just have to swap in new emergency rations more often, I guess. Totally worth it for a paleo-friendly snack!

5ccb98f6ae42ce87e206cf3f6a86039f

(11581)

on July 30, 2011
at 03:16 PM

Two of us have already brought it up. Pemmican is great, but not so good during hot weather. It would be one of my first choices in cooler weather.

5ccb98f6ae42ce87e206cf3f6a86039f

(11581)

on July 30, 2011
at 03:14 PM

Several people actually have brought it up. Pemmican is great, but not so good during hot weather.

B525b3e4b1d6f1cdceec943cdec6eb7d

(1680)

on July 30, 2011
at 08:51 PM

edrice, thank your for the suggestion and helpful links. Also, special thanks for "...and you can search around for more" which is just what I did. I found a pemmican that is made in Canada, and available through one of my favourite online stores. This is fantastic, and I've ordered some already. Can hardly wait for it to come!

5ccb98f6ae42ce87e206cf3f6a86039f

(11581)

on July 30, 2011
at 03:47 PM

hmmm, OP is from Canada, so depending on location and pemmican packaging, it might be fine up there.

B525b3e4b1d6f1cdceec943cdec6eb7d

(1680)

on July 30, 2011
at 08:51 PM

Nemesis - it does sound a lot better than fruit and nuts, doesn't it?

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on September 19, 2013
at 08:29 PM

I've looked into this Pemmican maker. Yeast is one of their ingredients and there fore doesn't meet Paleo. One thing about Paleo is that I'm always looking at labels...

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on July 30, 2011
at 12:11 PM

The problem with prepackaged snack bars is that they need to contain a certain percentage of sugary stuff to stick together well. Perhaps you could carry jerky and a limited number of bars. I'd be concerned about nuts becoming rancid after months in a pack, either on their own or in the bars. Can you settle for reloading the pack more often? In cool weather of course 85% chocolate and pemmican are classic trail food.

Add: Coconut flakes would be good pack food.

B525b3e4b1d6f1cdceec943cdec6eb7d

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on July 30, 2011
at 08:55 PM

Excellent suggestions, Karen - thanks. I never would have thought of coconut flakes. Will add chocolate. :-) Also, I think I'll make some jerky. That is another fine idea.

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on July 30, 2011
at 11:49 AM

It seems like larabars would be our solution. They're reasonably paleo and made from dates and nuts. They do have a fair amount of sugar, and some of the varieties have a lot of pufa, but overall they're not so bad. I would suggest the cherry pie flavor.

B525b3e4b1d6f1cdceec943cdec6eb7d

(1680)

on July 30, 2011
at 08:54 PM

Thank you, Mari! I've never heard of larabars, but will go read up on them.

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on September 21, 2013
at 03:05 AM

Conveniently (for me, anyway, since I think it's the tastiest), the chocolate chip cookie dough flavor has the lowest sugar content with 16g.

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on July 30, 2011
at 03:26 PM

The protein bars by Quest are the best Ive ever had, especially in a pinch.

http://www.questproteinbar.com/

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on July 30, 2011
at 06:13 PM

I tried these. Got a free sample from super human radio. They were super tasty. I suppose paleo folk might be concerned that they have some kind of artificial sweetener. Forget which one. Since it'll prolly make up about 5% of your day's food I wouldn't sweat it but it is in there. Damn tasty though.

98bf2ca7f8778c79cd3f6c962011cfdc

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on July 30, 2011
at 07:02 PM

These are very good! I got my free bars then ordered a case. I really wanted the peanut bar but went with almond (vanilla) instead so the paleo police didn't come after me. Very good in a pinch.

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on July 30, 2011
at 11:40 PM

The free sample is still on the Super Human Radio site. http://www.superhumanradio.com/

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on July 30, 2011
at 08:59 PM

Cory151, ben61820, Shari: Thanks. The fact that you all liked this bar has got my attention. I'll order some if they ship to Canada.

B525b3e4b1d6f1cdceec943cdec6eb7d

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on July 30, 2011
at 09:04 PM

Aha! They do ship to Canada.

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on September 19, 2013
at 08:35 PM

The only problem that I see with the bars are the ingredients. protien blend and natural flavorings

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on July 30, 2011
at 12:40 PM

The Good on Ya bar (http://www.thegoodonyabar.com/) is pretty paleo, save some maple syrup. US Wellness Meats sells them.

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on July 30, 2011
at 08:56 PM

Thanks, Jessica G. I've never heard of that bar, but will go read about it now. "A little maple syrup" is way better than all the carbs and junk in the bars I've been using.

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on July 30, 2011
at 06:14 PM

I always see these on USwellness meat's site. Look good but haven't tried them.

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on September 19, 2013
at 08:32 PM

The Good on Ya Bars are awesome! There's actually a company that I found that includes them in their 30 serving monthly Paleo snack variety box. www.gngsnacks.com check them out too.

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on July 30, 2011
at 12:33 PM

These are good:

http://rawcrunchbar.myshopify.com/

I keep a box in the closet for car trips, hiking, late night eating, etc.

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on July 30, 2011
at 09:10 PM

Interesting that these ones are dehydrated rather than cooked. (Maybe I'll experiment with that when making home-made energy bars.) These sound good and they ship to Canada. Thanks!

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on July 30, 2011
at 11:27 AM

Don't know how long they would last, but ones I have tried so far that are mostly paleo are:

GoRaw Banana Bread Flax Bar http://www.goraw.com/products/Banana_Bread_Flax_Bar

Larabars and PaeloKrunch bars.

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on July 30, 2011
at 06:15 PM

I've had the flax one. Things don't taste too good. And brute tough as shoe leather. But I suppose on a hiker whatever they'll get the job done.

B525b3e4b1d6f1cdceec943cdec6eb7d

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on July 30, 2011
at 09:07 PM

Thanks, 77Pat. I'll go read up on that GoRaw bar, and the others you mentioned. And ben61820, thanks for the comment on those bars. I'd rather have a perfect bar, but you're right: if it's for the survival kit....

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on July 30, 2011
at 07:34 PM

I don't what the shelf life is for these, but my brother kept coming home from crossfit with something called "paleo paks". They were very similar to these "pocket paleo" snacks at thenewprimal.com.

B525b3e4b1d6f1cdceec943cdec6eb7d

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on July 30, 2011
at 09:22 PM

Thanks, Happy Now. Another one to check out!

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on July 30, 2011
at 07:06 PM

I really like Lydia's Organics Tropical Mango bar. It's all fruit but crunchy unlike a Larabar. It's my favorite paleo cookie. You can eat it dry or rehydrate or dip into your drink like biscoti. Really delicious. Pricey though. I buy by the case from iherb for the best price.

B525b3e4b1d6f1cdceec943cdec6eb7d

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on July 30, 2011
at 09:20 PM

Hmm, interesting. Has coconut! Thanks, Shari.

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on September 20, 2013
at 01:42 AM

In the UK, nakd bars are great.

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on July 30, 2011
at 06:08 PM

Tanka Bars? I've never had one. I think maybe they're a little spendy, but so is jerky. Seems like they'd keep forever.

B525b3e4b1d6f1cdceec943cdec6eb7d

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on July 30, 2011
at 09:18 PM

Buffalo meat and cranberries! Fascinating. Thanks.

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on August 01, 2011
at 01:38 AM

I buy most of my jerky when it is on sale, which happens fairly often. So, it is not very expensive; but, some regular prices can be steep.

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on July 30, 2011
at 06:09 PM

still low-fat though.

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on August 14, 2012
at 10:31 PM

Ew they taste and look like dog food.

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on July 30, 2011
at 06:00 PM

I have found some beef jerky that does not have anything added; often called "original flavor". Those called "honey and garlic", etc, have sugar and other stuff - but, again, some only have real garlic and real honey. I always read the label for ingredients; and I especially look at the sugar content - zero is best.

Some jerky brands are hard and some are chewy. Try them out. None of the ones I use need refrigeration, and none get hard over time.

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on July 30, 2011
at 09:17 PM

Good point about the sugars, terrence. I have a food dehydrator, so I think I'll make my own.

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on July 30, 2011
at 03:35 PM

i hike all the time, and the most practical options are jerky and nuts... always looking for something new though!

B525b3e4b1d6f1cdceec943cdec6eb7d

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on July 30, 2011
at 09:11 PM

The suggestions in this thread are amazing! All sorts of stuff I never would have thought of or found on my own.

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on May 04, 2014
at 06:43 PM

Sardines. There last for months, have lots of nutrition because your eating the whole animal and lots of protein which seems to be what you're looking for.

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on May 04, 2014
at 06:42 PM

sardines. They last for months and have more nutrition than a larabar.

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on September 21, 2013
at 10:24 PM

RX Bars! Whole 30 approved! I tried one today and was very pleased.

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rx bar! Whole 30 approved! I tried one today and was very pleased.

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on September 21, 2013
at 08:32 AM

I am also a victim of few ideas for backpacking. Although I tolerate some gluten like pizza every once in a while, I go hiking very often and do not want to have more than one or two cheat meals within a month. These are my home made options.

1. Hard eggs

2. Rice

3. Some dried fruits, specially figs

4. snack bar? I cannot reproduce them, but I can "simulate" one in a small container with peanut butter, a bit of honey, coconut flakes and nuts mixed together. I eat with a spoon. Although I cannot reproduce a solid bar, most bars are very messy after getting warm.

5. Rice waffles with butter and some full lettuce, cherry tomatoes, cheese... apart (warmed/moist rice waffles taste awful)

6. Tuna cans

If you want to be more exotic, I heard that in Japan, raw shark meat was used in the mountains because it was one of the few fish species that can be edible raw after a few days. Many other fish types can be preserved without cold but need proper cooking and long preparation like dried and salty.

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on September 20, 2013
at 01:56 PM

https://epicbar.com/

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on September 20, 2013
at 07:13 PM

Cool, to me they don't taste outstanding, although not bad. I like them for what they provide. The company is the same that make these http://thunderbirdenergetica.com/

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on September 20, 2013
at 05:53 PM

I just went to the website and bought a box. They look fairly healthy and truly convenient - like granola bar - convenient! Now here's to hoping they don't taste like A$$!

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on September 20, 2013
at 01:11 AM

PERSONALLY, I like to just cook up a burger or chicken or fish and throw it in tin foil and then in the purse it goes for later! Best protein "bar" ever! :)

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on September 19, 2013
at 09:13 PM

Oskri Dark Chololate Coconut Bars aren't exactly survival food- but they're more Paleo than most things that come in a bar. Definitely as close as you can get to a Paleo Candy Bar. I eat about 2 per month.

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on August 14, 2012
at 10:35 PM

It's easy to make beef jerky. You can use a cheap dehydrator like you might find at a thrift store.

I've made my own bars. A truly decadent bar was shredded coconut mixed with almond butter and beef tallow sandwiched between Trader Joe's flattened bananas on the bottom and pressed dates with walnuts on top. They're very rich.

I've experimented with homemade pemmicans, too. The standard issue pemmican was barely edible, but I did manage to choke one down every day on a backpack trip. Recently I made "pemmican" with beef tallow, shredded coconut and chopped macadamias. I haven't yet given these a good taste test, but licking the bowl proved them tasty. I want to try pemmican with meat and dried tomatoes or cranberries, too. See if I can't make the standard issue taste better.

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on September 21, 2013
at 03:07 AM

Do you have a recipe for your homemade bars? They sound fabulous.

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on August 14, 2012
at 10:04 PM

I make my own paleo-ish bars from www.youbars.com. They're still a bit high in carbs and a bit expensive, but I've never gotten sick from them (e.g., from cross contamination of gluten or anything). A for a convenience, they're worth the price to me; I don't eat them often.

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on August 14, 2012
at 09:59 PM

cocomojoe- JOEbar www.cocomojoefoods.com, completely organic and paleo

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