Expedition Food

| June 8, 2008 | 2 Comments

This is a five-day breakfast and dinner menu which I have been refining over the years.  The leftovers (if there are any) from one meal work well with other meals and five different breakfasts/dinners keep the choices interesting.  For more days, just double or cherry-pick extra meals.  The idea with all of these is easy, quick cooking with minimal clean up, and thus less fuel usage.

Day One

Breakfast – Granola & instant milk

Dinner – Mexi-fest

            Instant Rice

            Instant beans

            Dehydrated salsa

            Beef TVP

            Cheese

Day Two

Breakfast – Dehydrated Hashbrowns & Sausage TVP

Dinner – Cheese Attack

            Mac & Cheese

Day Three

Breakfast – Instant Oatmeal

Dinner – Curry in a Hurry

            Curry paste

            Dried coconut milk

            Dehydrated veggies

            Beef TVP

            Instant Rice

Day Four

Breakfast – Sweetened couscous

Dinner – Figs Meal 

            Stove Top Stuffing

            Instant mashed potatoes

            Gravy (soup mix)

            Fried onion flakes (Frenchs)

Day Five

Breakfast – Cream of Wheat

Dinner – Spanish Inquisition

            Lipton Spanish Rice mixed with:

            Dehydrated veggies

            TVP

 

 Appetizers & Deserts

            Popcorn

            Soup

            Mashed potatoes (soup thickener)

            Pudding

Spices

            Hot sauce

            Mixed seasonings

            Seasoned salt

Perishables (buy when you get there:)

            Butter and/or oil

            Cheese

            Fuel

            Lighters

Lunch Ideas (bring your own)

            Nuts

            Jerky

            Bars / gels

            Chocolate

            Candy bars

Drink Ideas (bring your own)

Mix with hot water – no cooking or pot cleaning

            Instant coffee

            Tea

            Emergen C

            Gatoraid

            Hot Cocoa

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Andrew McLean lives in Park City, Utah and is a gear designer, writer, photographer, ski mountaineer, climber, Mountain Unicycle rider and father of two very loud little girls.

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  1. Jim Pace says:

    Just what is TVP? And where does one get it?

  2. Andrew says:

    Texturized Vegetable Protein – fake meat, etc.. I get mine at a survivalist store, which Utah has plenty of.

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