Camp Foods in The Cubicle; Just Add Water

| August 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

Camp Cooking Made Easy

Dehydrated & freeze dried camp foods have always been a favorite method for adventurers looking for a lightweight and low-footprint method of cooking. That’s because they only require three things: the meal itself, water and a heat source to boil the water (although some dehydrated meals can be made with cold water!). Well, four things counting the utensil! I give a run down on how easy it is in the video below:

We're going to be doing this all week.

We’re going to be doing this all week.

Need Some Help Deciding Which One To Get? We’ve Got You Covered.

There are so many different meals to choose from so how do you decide which one to get? Trent, ACK’s Media Manager, and I are going to make it a little easier for you. We both forgot to go grocery shopping this week so we snuck into the ACK warehouse and helped ourselves to ACK’s stock of camp food. Shhh, don’t tell our boss!

Each day this week we’ll be trying three to four meals from Trail Foods and Backpacker’s Pantry. We’ve put together a cooking gear kit including a Jetboil Flash Cooking Syetem, a pair of Light My Fire Sporks, a 4L Platypus Water Tank, an Optimus Titanium Long Spoon and our own personal bowls. Catch all the action on the ACK blog and other social media sites. We’ll be updating things every day with new food talk, starting later today!

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Category: Camping/Hiking, How To, Resources

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