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Backpacking Food List

The following is a list of basic food items I take with me Backpacking. Only you can determine how much to bring, it never hurts to have a little extra. I always bring at least 1 extra meal for every 3-4 days I intend on staying, and PLENTY of healthy snacks.

Food List

Breakfast
Oatmeal
Pancakes
Egg n' the Hole
Bacon (can)
Apple
Bagel
Fried Biscuits
Fry Bread


Lunch & Snacks
Dried Fruit
Cheese & Crackers
Peanut Butter
Nuts
Granola/candy/power bars
Beef Jerky
Nuts
Tuna & Crackers
Bagel
Potted meat
Carrots
Apple


Dinner
Macaroni & Cheese
Lipton noodle or rice dinners
Ramen Noodles
Rice-a-Roni
Instant Potatoes
Pita Bread
Dehydrated meals
Ditty Moore beef stew (heavy)
Canned Soup (heavy)
Roasted Cornish Hen
Steak (pack frozen)

Beverages
Tea bags
Kool-Aid (sweetened)
Hot Chocolate
Spiced Cider
Coffee (Coffee Bags)


* Be sure to include extra lithium batteries and bulb for EACH light!!

** Double bag everything that you do not want to get wet!!

If we have missed something please let us know.

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