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#1 Old 11-14-2013, 02:04 PM
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I'm spending the weekend with a friend and some of his friends this weekend in a cabin....what do I bring to eat?????  That doesn't need to be frozen???  That's easily transported and not obvious....I'm a little stressed.

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How about some taco ingredients so everyone can make their own tacos? you would need a few simple ingredients: corn/flour tortillas, avocados, jar of salsa, some greens, some cheese, cans of beans (some with flavor/spices in it already).. just an idea..

For snack, you could bring a cake, banana bread or muffins, fruits..

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How about some taco ingredients so everyone can make their own tacos? you would need a few simple ingredients: corn/flour tortillas, avocados, jar of salsa, some greens, some cheese, cans of beans (some with flavor/spices in it already).. just an idea..

For snack, you could bring a cake, banana bread or muffins, fruits..

I love this!!!  Great idea!  And I'll bring hummus and carrots & triscuits and apples.  

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Almonds to snack on and sandwiches 


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If you really want to stay incognito you could always repackage some tofu pups or tofurkey Italian "sausages" in ziplocks. Cook some of those up with some canned baked beans and corn bread and no one would be the wiser. Not the healthiest idea, but it does seem like you want to avoid being stuck in a cabin with a bunch of guys pestering you about your lifestyle. If everyone is bringing their own food to cook, even less to worry about. One thing to keep in mind tho, there is always a chance that one of them might get their paws on your food (happens in office spaces, so of course would happen at camp too). That would leave you high and dry when it comes to edible food. I would suggest you bring a heavy duty cooler with a lock, just in case...
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Those tofurkey Italian sausages cause the worst breath ever. I've brushed my teethn flossed, and mouth washed three times end over end and DAYS later that pungent gross smell was still emanating from my mouth. Dont get those.

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#7 Old 11-15-2013, 11:18 AM
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I always bring canned beans, canned veggies, nuts, apples, bananas, oranges, and tasty bites indian food packages if you can find those. If your cans don't have pop tops remember a can opener. Don't stress too much! Remember that your body can easily go a weekend without eating anything at all (not that you should do that). That helps me when I stress about weekends with omnivores. For snacks, popcorn or rice are good if there is a kitchen. Raisins are great if you don't. Have fun and if you don't make a big deal about the food, they probably won't either. With my canned beans people just laugh good humoredly at my excentricity, tease me a little, and move past it. We all have a good time. I hope you do too.


P.S. Eat really well in the days leading up to the trip. The better nourished you are going in the less you will notice if you have to eat poorly that weekend.
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Canned food is a must. Canned beans, peas, soups, chili, etc. Amy's brand is great and they have a lot of choices. Nuts and dried fruits are good fro energy and snacks. Be creative, I have had to bring a ton of food camping before with omnis and it worked out fine.

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