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skyclimb

DEHYDRATE FOOD

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I am leaving for a long trip, and need a shit ton of dehydrated food. I enjoy backpackers pantry, but anything works. N E one see any sales lately, or have suggestions on how I can BUY dehydrated foods for cheap???? wazzup.gifwave.gif

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skyclimb said:

what do you recommend?? Coos-coos and a little smoked salmon?? Maybe a little tuna and crackers??

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yeah guy! good times for sure! if you wanna head back up there for shits and giggles later gimme a shout... it gets a lil spicy later in the season...

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skyclimb said:

what do you recommend?? Coos-coos and a little smoked salmon?? Maybe a little tuna and crackers??

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Get the dehydrator. Coos Coos is ok for glacier hydrations. It wont do the real trick. Instant Mashed taters, pancakes, pastas, and horsecock and cheese work well. Dont forget some salty crackers like fish thingys (whatever brand) and shit.

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mneagle said:

Check Out:

 

http://www.myccr.com/SectionShopping/Food/Bauly.htm

 

 

Also, I bought a whole bunch of bulk freeze dried food from Mountain Home.

 

That is some crazy shit! I can just picture the food lookin all pretty and shit in a nice plastic baggie.

The mountain House is about an hours drive from where i live, so I am going to try and get a hook up. See if they will slang me bulk for cheap....Leftovers,expirations....yada,yada,yada yelrotflmao.gifrockband.gif

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Also, don't knwo if N E one has had dehydrated strawberries, but oh my fucking god!!!!!!! One ounce will last for a week of rationing.... better make that two ounces bigdrink.gif

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I have been talking with Oregon Freeze Dry, and have been connected with the sales rep. They package for Mountain House, and many other companies. I will let you know tomorrow what they have to say about bulk discounts, and cheap freeze dried food.

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gracias. lemme know if you want me to hook you up with da strawberies. i got a dehydrator. i know they are yum yum delicious. they make any meal worth eating.

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Talked with the rep for OFD today, and was shut down on the possibility of gettign a bulk discount or any discount for that matter.

shit, I even tried sweet talkin, and that didn't get me anywhere confused.gif

screw mountain house, backpackers pantry is better anyhow. smirk.gif

Any one got any suggestions???

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I also suggest making your own. I recommend a good book called DRY IT YOU'LL LIKE IT. It even has plans for several home made dehydrators.

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