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What foods do you bring with you when you're going climbing for a few days? And also, what do you do with the food you bring. My last trip consisted of:
Tuna spread with cheese and garlic powder+honey wheat bread

Pasta with a jar of red sauce and some canned clams.

instant oatmeal



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I take tortillas, easy cheese, honey, peanut butter, and sometimes raviolli.


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i'm all about uncooked ramen noodles in the bag with the sauce mix poured in. shake it up. i've heard it referred to as "ghetto popcorn."
actually i don't recommend it unless you are really really hungry..


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Tuna Helper, Jumbolia w/ sausage, and my specialty... Cubed Steak marinated in teriyaki sauce with chopped potatoes and onions. Mmmmm, good.


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well i usually just bring hotdogs but I did find a recipe that i haven;t tried yet but was going to but sounds pretty good. You take one apple person,tinfoil,and 3 caramel cube. core the apple and put the carmel cubes inside and wrap it in tin foil. Put it on the fire for like 30 secs i think but if they aren't melted just put it in for longer. Oh yah by the way it makes caramel apples!! Hope it helps!


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rrrADAM, talk about roughing it



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I haven't done this in a while, but it's easy and a good source of protein, and it doesn't require refrigeration. It does require a stove, though. Make some minute rice, usually a cup or a cup and a half (measurements based on uncooked rice).Take a can of refried beans (it's not that bad, just bear with me . . .) and put it into the pot with the minute rice. Take a medium sized jar of salsa and throw it in too. Stir like a madman, cause it's gonna be thick. Heat it up til it's piping hot. If you have cheese, you can throw it in there too. It sounds gross, and frankly I am ashamed to admit in public that I eat this stuff, but if you get really good salsa, and you put a lot in there, it actually tastes good.


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that sounds good dana..i'd probably use 505 salsa from new mexico..good stuff. as with all salsas there are varying levels of heat, but they all have mad flavor..


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The only things I really ever eat cpaming/climbing are Cliff Bars, apples, bananas,carrots,and of course ramen noodles.


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dustinap,

I used to cook it in an iron skillet over the campfire, till I figured out that my stove top espresso maker works best on a burner.

Oh yea, one more item on my camping menu, Chili-Mack.


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sometimes i go to the camping store and buy all that freeze dried stew and stuff. they have all kinds of meals and all you have to do is add water. I also bring trail mix, luna and cliff bars. And the very best thing to bring when you are actually on the rock all day and cant make yourslef food, is to go to your local drugstore and buy ensure plus. It has 360 calories in only seven ounces so it only takes like 3 seconds to drink and you have instant meal. They give it to people with cancer in the hospital all the time, so sometimes you can get it through there if you know anybody who works in a hospital. They only down side is that it is like 10 bucks per six pack.


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Climberchk, we sure so have alot of things in common. I usually always bring CliffBars and carrots, sometimes other fruits, they have this place called Liquidation World and they had really cheap cliffbars for like $0.39 because every where else i go they are like $2.00 or more but when i went back to get them all they had were apricot ones and I am not fond of apricot, they used to have espresso:(

Brittany


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Uh-oh, it's climberchk and climber_girl, together again in the very same post!

Men of the climbing world --- behold! The Future Heartbreakers of the Heights, those Divas of Derring Do! Climber_girl and Climberchk.

Youths on nearby routes will swoon and lob at the scent of their perfume; mighty walls of the world will crumble beneath the steely grip of their fingers.






Oh, uh, right.
The food.

OK, ever notice how on a can of chili or ravioli or whatever they'll have instructions?

Kinda like this, eh?

Stovetop: Empty contents into non-stick saucepan and heat at medium-high for eight minutes stirring occasionally

Microwave: Place contents in microwave-safe dish and nuke on high for three minutes, rotating dish once after the first minute

well....









Big Wall: Open can. Eat.



P.S. Climberchk please note: all monies quoted by Climber_girl are in Canadian funds. To convert to $US please multiply through by 45% (on a good day!)

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I don't know about the perfume, but here's hope'n all the guys will come our way, right climber_girl? wink wink hmmmmm... there is this one guy that I met climbing at a competition in... nevermind


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