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Snuffy
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PostWed Jan 17, 2018 2:39 pm 
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I started off the new year getting back into a meal planning routine with a 10 Day "boot camp" series and decided that I was going to use this momentum to prepare my backpacking meals at the same time (heat the house with the dehydrator now instead of May/June).  I wrote up a few posts about it and thought maybe some others might find it helpful, too.  This was the first post.  I have really enjoyed some of these rainy/high avy days at home filling my freezer with meals in anticipation of next summer.  smile.gif

https://www.musthikemusteat.com/backpack-meal-planning-day-1/

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PostFri Jan 19, 2018 1:26 pm 
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Snuffy -- Thanks for posting this. I also spent quite a while going through your web site, where I found several ideas I want to try.

By the way, I do the same thing as you, essentially taking advantage of the nasty weather months to test out summer backpacking recipes!
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PostFri Jan 19, 2018 2:14 pm 
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@Navy Salad

I'm glad you found some things to try!  I have to admit this is the first year I am actually getting things down now instead of cramming them into the month of May. A friend last summer on a trail crew talked about how she did hers in the winter when it made more sense and I swore that would be me this year!

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PostWed Jan 24, 2018 7:23 am 
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I have a16'x28' room I added on to the back of my garage,I turned the garage into space for the wife's business.Anywho I have been running the dehydrator pretty hard getting ready for some Feb March April adventures and have found the dehydrator heats the man cave quite nicely!
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PostThu Jan 25, 2018 9:17 am 
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@Gregory
Its amazing how much heat those things put out, right??

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