Dehydrator working overtime

Been doing some last minute dehydrating to add some extra oomph to my Enchantments meal list. Wild huckleberries for oatmeal and dessert topping, lemons to use for cooking trout we catch, orange peel for making rye old fashioneds (note: Old Overholt makes a good, cheap, flask filling rye), pasta (if you pre-cook your pasta and dehydrate you save on fuel as you don’t have to boil when you want to eat it, just add water and let sit 5-10 minutes), bananas, etc. Good stuff!

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2 Replies to “Dehydrator working overtime”

  1. Damn. I’ve never broken out of my pita-cheddar-salami-mountain house routine. I dream of alpine meals made of this stuff… solid work! Have a great trip.

  2. I do the tortilla + salami + cheese thing a lot myself! Worth investing the $40 or so in a dehydrator though, that’s what, the price of six Mountain House meals?

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