Planning the food for an outdoor trip can be great fun but it can also be time consuming and problematic if the chef doesn't know where to start.
Carbohydrates provide the base for many a paddler's dinner, or are served as a welcome accompaniment to protein and vegetables.
Many fruits and vegetables will travel well on paddling trips and provide an excellent source of vitamins, minerals and roughage.
Eggs, cheese and other milk products such as yogurt, sour cream and cream cheese are excellent accompaniments on paddling trips and can be used in many recipes.
Unless you are carrying a collapsible oven, desserts in camp are usually simple, comprised of the fresh fruits brought along or, if you're lucky, some fresh berries gathered along the way, possibly accompanied by yogurt.
A flavorful sauce can take a well-crafted meal to another level.
While eating well on a paddling trip means careful meal planning at home, finding fresh treats along the way can make meals even more special.
If properly dried, foods need to be sealed in airtight containers and do not need to be refrigerated.
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