higs Posted September 13, 2014 Share Posted September 13, 2014 I'm gearing up for a Whole30 backpacking trip next weekend and have been scouring the forum and backpacking websites for meal ideas. What I've come up with is pretty kluged together, but everything tastes good in the mountains, right? I don't have a food dehydrator or I'd get fancier. I'm only going three days so I'm carrying more weight than I'd like with these food choices, but the trip out will be lighter. Hiking will be around 6-8 miles/day, with 2000' elevation gain the first day (and 2000' decline on the third day, when I'll be happy to have a lighter pack). My day 30 of the Whole30 is the first day of the trip, so I am allowing some trace sugars and corn starch that come in a couple of the items so I know I'm not 100% compliant. Breakfasts: Epic bar*, green tea, 2 baby food packets (sweet potato/apple or blueberry/carrot/pear), avocado Lunches/snacks: Tanka bites*, apple, sunflower butter, trail mix with nuts and coconut flakes, lara bar, plantain chips Dinners: Fishpeople dinner pouch*, dried fruit, rooibos tea, freeze dried veggie sticks, tin of oysters or sardines Epic bars: https://www.epicbar.com (the bison one is not compliant) Tanka bites: http://www.tankabar.com/cgi-bin/nanf/public/product-tankabite-intro.cvw (note these have sugar) Fishpeople meal pouch: http://www.fishpeopleseafood.com/products (albacore versions have sugar, canola oil and corn starch) I'm lucky that I can get all these at local (Portland, OR) grocery stores. I would love any feedback anyone has. Enough food? Too much? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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