Bread subs other than tortillas
Mar 1, 2022 at 12:37 pm #3742040Jon FongBPL Member
@jonfongLocale: FLAT CAT GEAR
Have you considered using rice paper? Its a little fragile. No many calories, but it does a good job holdong thing together. I know people don’t usually consider baking but Roti is another quick bread to make on the trail. My 2 cents.Mar 1, 2022 at 2:45 pm #3742049David ThomasBPL Member
@davidinkenaiLocale: North Woods. Far North.
Pumpernickel was a staple when I was going no-cook in the 1980s. Compact, dense, minimal packaging. Yeah, an entire piece doesn’t stay together, but the cracker-sized bits can be combined with cheese, salami, whatever and eaten just fine.
I won’t tell about a fellow Alaskan about Pilot Bread / biscuits, but for everyone else (who wasn’t a Boy Scout in the 1970s): they’re cheap, have no water weight, and travel well. It’s a like a giant soda cracker the shape (and consistency) of a small Frisbee.
Hard to find in many places, all the stores stock them here.
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