This hiking hummus recipe is quick and easy peasy! No boiling dried chickpeas, no zesting lemons or grinding sesame seeds.
Question: How do you keep meat fresh while camping in warm weather? Answer: Skip the ice packs and dry jerky and try coconut bacon instead. Protein-rich meat is hard to keep fresh without a fridge. If you’re missing your salty, smokey bacon on hiking trips, you’re in for a treat. Coconut bacon from Smoups is…… Continue reading Food of the week: coconut bacon
Chances are, if you’re going camping, you’ll probably make use of your time in nature to go running, biking, hiking, or something else equally strenuous. If that’s how you plan on spending a camping trip, you probably also go out of your way to consider what kind of food you should bring.
Toasted sesame gives a rich nutty flavour to many dishes and snacks. But what’s more, it’s one of the best calorie dense foods out there at 570 calories per 100g. Practicality Sesame seeds keep better than most nuts and seeds. Take a small bag of toasted sesame seeds to sprinkle over noodles or on oatmeal…… Continue reading Food of the week: sesame
Calorie dense foods: half the weight, twice the energy. Perfect foods for runners and backpackers. If you’re carrying food for any length of time when camping, not only will you need more calories than you normally would, but you’ll also want to avoid carrying more weight than you absolutely have to. When trying to cut… Continue reading Top 10 Calorie Dense Foods