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January 26, 2010

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Sook @ My Fabulous Recipes

What a great information! Thanks for sharing.

The Curious Cat

Really interesting reading - I enjoyed seeing your list! I agree with a lot of it! I also love the end photograph... xxx

Giles

Excellent list Nick. Real no-nonsense outdoor living of the superior kind. Respec'

C

I'll have to post mine someday. It's mainly:
S&P
Flour
Rice
Coffee
Eggs
Sugar
Au Juis mix
Dehydrated Vegetables
Hot Ground Peppers
Garlic Powder
Instant Potatoes
Vinegar
Oil
Butter
2-cans of Tuna
5-nights of meats: (1-lb of burger, 6-chicken pieces soaked in soy sauce and brown sugar, 8-hot dogs, a big nitrate laden smoked sausage, 1-lb of bacon)
2-lbs of Cheese (cheap)
1-pkg of Cream Cheese

I could live a month on all this, but only 2-weeks w/o refrigeration.

I like the idea of adding mustard powder and dried lemon peel to my Rubbermaid very much though!!!

Diane

Extremely inspiring. I hold my hands up to being guilty of taking "tinned bacon"(!!!!!) when we camp out in the wilds. I'm going to put together my spice box before the season starts now. I think eyebrows might be raised if I take a gun to St Ives though!! Can you eat seagull?

 Nick

Glad you all liked the post, been very slack on replying to comments in light of finishing book- sorry! I will be better!

Diane- Yes, get the spice box together, you can carry less if you look to the hedgerows, i doubt many an eyebrow would be raised if you knocked off a couple of herring gulls!

C- wow, lots to carry! take a gun or fishing rod and get your meat as you go, although not every hunt is successful...

Giles- thanks, what kind of kit would you need for tel aviv...food wise?

Curious cat- end photo is nice-thanks, good Sussex landscape!

Sook-like the look of the kimchee recipe, has been on the to do list since i brought some back from NYC- tasty stuff, but smells like guff!

fred

Hi Nick - glad to see something good come out of 'reality tv'!! Just a question about your lovely wild cooking knife - is it a Japanese one? I find it clumsy using a Frosts knife in the woods for food as the finger guard won't bring the blade down flat & yours looks nice and light too.
Great website too - useful & entertaining to boot!

Daniel

good information and was very helpfull

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I find it clumsy using a Frosts knife in the woods for food as the finger guard won't bring the blade down flat & yours looks nice and light too.
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