Best Tasting Dehydrated Camping Food

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Re: Best Tasting Dehydrated Camping Food

Postby Ms_Mudd » Thu 09 May, 2019 9:13 pm

I am late to the party, but a previous poster wanted to know about Camper's Pantry Moroccan Pork. My recommendation is: just don't do it to yourself. You will cry into your little foil packet with disappointment and cry all the more if it is the last meal you have as the dawning realisation hits you that you will have to push on and eat the whole meal or be very hungry.
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Re: Best Tasting Dehydrated Camping Food

Postby Moondog55 » Wed 22 May, 2019 5:18 pm

Just the name should put people off
They probably don't eat all that much pork in Morocco
I have phrased my own question somewhat differently; as in which is the least bad/least disgusting FD food.
Next ALDI sale I am getting a dehydrator for sure
Ve are too soon old und too late schmart
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Re: Best Tasting Dehydrated Camping Food

Postby Warin » Wed 22 May, 2019 6:39 pm

Moondog55 wrote:Just the name should put people off


You have not been to Greece? The tavernas house wine is ... 'Domestos' at least that is what the brits call it. Reasonable for the price.
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Re: Best Tasting Dehydrated Camping Food

Postby Moondog55 » Thu 23 May, 2019 12:00 am

Never been to Greece Full of people from Melbourne tho.
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Re: Best Tasting Dehydrated Camping Food

Postby crollsurf » Thu 23 May, 2019 11:11 pm

I like Strive but takes a bit more fuel to get right.
I like Primal Pods for lunch or overnight without a stove.
I like my own dehydrated meals. Favourite is Massaman Mince Curry with Deb mash potato but you need to note the amount of boiling water required for the mash to get it right. Add a splash of olive oil to both.

Unless you're gone for more than 3 days, you can avoid the dehydrated food altogether.

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Re: Best Tasting Dehydrated Camping Food

Postby Ms_Mudd » Mon 27 May, 2019 11:05 am

Moondog55 wrote:Next ALDI sale I am getting a dehydrator for sure

You won't know yourself with a dehydrator, I was waiting for the Aldi sale too but caved and bought one on-line. I work most weekends so always seem to miss the best things at Aldi anyway.
I have been dehydrating everything. The kids are worried I will chuck them in there next. Interestingly enough, haven't made any actual dinner-type meals yet as have had it on the go for the last few weeks drying an abundance of citrus we have had, have made low carb crackers, dried some low carb tortillas I made so they are crispy flatbread now, fruit leathers for the kids, cherry/coconut cardamom crisps that will be my breakfast when out walking....oh Moondog, the possibilities! :lol: Line up for sure when that Saturday Special Buys day rolls around.

Yes, I had figured pork wouldn't be on the menu much in Morocco, being a largely Muslim country, you are bang on. I should have realised from the name alone that it was a dud. I still haven't recovered from the torture that was eating it. Shudder.
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Re: Best Tasting Dehydrated Camping Food

Postby ofuros » Thu 11 Jun, 2020 3:04 pm

One for Vegies or vegans....https://www.localdehy.co.nz/
They're roughly 1.5x larger than the average single serve.
Filling & chunky.

My tastebuds liked the Mexican chilli beans(warming not hot), Kumara chickpea curry (coconut creamy taste) & i added Yeast flakes instead of parmesan to the vegan Spaghetti Bolognese( the tomato sauce needed something extra).

Forgot to order the Cajun Jambalaya... :roll:

Dehy Mexican Chilli beans
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Dehy Kumara Chickpea curry
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Re: Best Tasting Dehydrated Camping Food

Postby ofuros » Thu 23 Jul, 2020 12:51 pm

https://www.localdehy.co.nz/
They're packaging goes compostable in August...which for the planet, is always a good thing.

From their Facebook page..

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Re: Best Tasting Dehydrated Camping Food

Postby Lamont » Thu 23 Jul, 2020 4:05 pm

ofuros wrote:https://www.localdehy.co.nz/
They're packaging goes compostable in August...which for the planet, is always a good thing.

Ta, good to know.
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Re: Best Tasting Dehydrated Camping Food

Postby Lamont » Thu 23 Jul, 2020 4:07 pm

ofuros wrote:https://www.localdehy.co.nz/
They're packaging goes compostable in August...which for the planet, is always a good thing.

Ta good, to know
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Re: Best Tasting Dehydrated Camping Food

Postby Lamont » Thu 23 Jul, 2020 4:07 pm

ofuros wrote:https://www.localdehy.co.nz/
They're packaging goes compostable in August...which for the planet, is always a good thing.

Ta, good to know.
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Re: Best Tasting Dehydrated Camping Food

Postby Lamont » Thu 23 Jul, 2020 5:44 pm

Three times good it seems.
Mmmmm.
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