Kinda feel like this is a lost cause. Everything that tastes good either needs a lot of stuff to be carried around with you or takes a lot of energy (regarding stoves with gas cartridges). I prefer either making a real fire to make pasta or ready made food like pic related: tastes good, leightweight, fast to make.
>>676175 My friend (admittedly redneck as fuck) brings egg noodles with him constantly, whole bags of the stuff, in the short length, like 2 inches long a noodle. He usually adds dehydrated eggs+veggies and I'm usually jelly even though I have a freeze dried meal.
One thing I made once at the end of a long vehicle based camping trip to use up supplies, but could be made en masse in advance then packed into small ziploc bags...
1 bag of bear creek potato soup mix 2 packets instant mashed potatoes 1 packet of the knorrs alfredo
Added water till the consistency was kinda soupy. Did it a second time mixing in canned corned beef hash. The base recipe served a lot of people (5-6 easily). Was pretty tasty potato-y stuff, and would be easy to mix up before a trip, and portion out.
>>676175 I like couscous when backpacking. it's so tiny, it can't break any further!
seriously though, the high surface area/volume ratio means that it cooks very easily. I can just stir the pasta into boiling water, add spices/vegetable/meats, cover the pot and switch off the heat. 5 min later, it's ready to eat.
it packs together densely too, so it doesn't take up much space in the pack.
>>676217 any ramen noodles with other flavoring is probably a good idea, thanks for the input >>676354 hm I've never thought of couscous to be very appetizing but seems practical so I'll try it, thanks
I like the premade bag meals because you eat out of the bag. No clean up.
I've made pasta and sauce in my coot pot before. Afterwards the pot is covered in sauce. How do I clean it when out in the woods?
Use my camp towel? Then the towel is just a bear magnet. How do you clean your stuff so the next day your breakfast doesn't taste like your dinner, or you coffee water isn't flavored with knorr pasta sides?
>>675747 I'm kinda big on honey, peanut butter, nuts, and oatmeal. You can combine them all with about a pound of butter and make something called Hudson's Bay Bread, which has kinda morphed into "Granola", when they added GORP. Funny how that works, ain't it?
Sorry, but I'm not your guy if you want to cook anything besides SPAM.
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