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    Steven Hanlon
    BPL Member

    @asciibaron

    Locale: Mid Atlantic

    saw an interesting meal over the weekend.

    1.75 ounces Doritos bag (Nacho flavor)
    pre cooked Taco seasoned meat (beef or chicken) in ziplock bag
    diced tomatoes
    shredded lettuce
    shredded cheese
    salsa

    heat water and put meat bag into water to heat meat
    crunch up doritos and open bag
    dump meat into doritos bag add tomatoes, lettuce, cheese, and salsa to taste.

    it was pretty quick and simple and tasted great. of course i asked to try it.

    i think two bags would be about right for one serving while backpacking.

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    HkNewman
    BPL Member

    @hknewman

    Locale: The West is (still) the Best

    How long would the lettuce last (assuming shredded iceberg)?

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    Steven Hanlon
    BPL Member

    @asciibaron

    Locale: Mid Atlantic

    in cooler weather a few days i'm sure. this is a great meal for the first few days for sure.

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    j lan
    Member

    @justaddfuel

    Locale: MN

    You can always sub a small head of cabbage. I have had cabbage un-refrigerated for at least a week in tropical conditions no problem.

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    Sarah Kirkconnell
    BPL Member

    @sarbar

    Locale: Homesteading On An Island In The PNW

    Yep, shredded cabbage carries well, so does shredded broccoli – both in the ready to go section of the produce dept. As for lettuce? Couple days in cool weather is about right!

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    Ken K
    Member

    @thefatboy

    Locale: St. Louis

    When served in the bag, my scouts call those Walking Tacos. It's a very close cousin to the Frito Pie (bag of Fritos corn chips, chili, & cheese).

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    Laurie Ann March
    Member

    @laurie_ann

    Locale: Ontario, Canada

    That sounds good and sparks a whole load of other ideas. :)

    By the way… cabbage dehydrates beautifully. You could dry some shredded cabbage and jicama (a Mexican root veggie) and quickly rehydrate them for this salad on the 10th or 15th day of a trip without issue.

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