Re: Camping food
Greg L. Gough (ggough@MAIL.ORION.ORG)
Thu, 15 Aug 1996 06:29:20 -0500
To add to Ronalds suggestions; Minute Rice now has a long grain and wild
rice mix that was a hit on our last outing. I am a big fan of Ziplock
Freezer bags, put the mix in the ziplock bag and add boiling water. The
bags are strong enough to not melt or break. I usually use two, just in
case but have never had one fail.
On the subject of bag cooking, check out your local health food store for
dehydrated refried beans. Rehydrate in the bag, squeeze onto a tortilla,
add cheese and salsa and you have a crowd pleasing fast lunch entree.
Tomatoe powder has many uses, you can get tomatoe boulion in the Mexican
food section of Wal-Mart Supercenters.
SM Troop 201, Ozark, MO. I used to be an Owl but I will always be an Eagle!
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City