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Harmonyhouse. I got the backpackers kit. Dehydrated veggies.. beans.. lentils.. u name it..
Thanks. I’ll check it out.
I don’t mind doing stuff at home, but lentils are a lot of work.
Harmonyhouse. The backpackers kit.. has veggies, beans, lentils.. you name it. All good stuff and fast dekivery too
You could try red lentils. These cook very quickly and are easily rehydrated.
I use my own dehydrated meals based on backpackingchef.com and they can be used both for cold soaking while hiking or heated. The Chef Glen McAllister has some great meals to try.
Scotch and cocoa? Yer aff yer heid ;)
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