Modern Trail Food

When you're preparing for that late summer camping, fishing, or hunting trip, don't forget to whip up some trail food!



071 pioneer trail food 1 slicing meat
Slice the meat you're going to use for jerky into thin strips. 
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071 pioneer trail food 7 movable feast2
With these recipes you can make trail food that is delicious, nutritious, sustaining, and easy to carry.
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071 trail food 2 drying in oven
Insert toothpicks into the end of each piece of meat and hang it in your oven to dry.
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071 trail food 4 slicing fruit leather
For easier transportability, roll up your sheet of fruit leader and cut it into sections.
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071 trail food 5 mixing pemmican
The author's version of pemmican consists of ground up peaches, apples, raisins, coconut, peanuts, and prunes mixed with margarine, peanut butter, and hone.
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071 trail food 3 fruit leather
To make fruit leather, spread applesauce thinly over a cookie sheet and dry it in your oven.
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071 trail food 6 pemmican sugar coating
You can add a coating of powdered sugar to pemmican if you like.
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