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Backpacking Food ABCs:
Tasty and Nutritious Tips
For Backpacking Menus

Why make planning your backpacking menu hard, when it can be as easy as A-B-C?

Backpackers all agree that taste and speedy preparation are important in the best backpacking food.

But what about the best hiking nutrition tips, to keep your stamina high and your muscle recovery time low?

And who wants to be bored eating the same old thing day after day? There are plenty of ways to spice things up.

Enter the...

Backpacking Food
ABCs

These backpacking food ABCs might show you something you've never heard of for hiking menus, or hadn't thought to include on your backpacking food list.

I certainly hope so!

Because bored or jaded taste buds are a bummer.

And if you're the one planning the backpacking menu, your disgruntled trail buddies will give you an earful!

So roll through and snag your favorite backpacking food ABCs.

  • And pin some on your Pinterest board for later :)

Eat Your A's

Chewy apricots, satisfying amaranth, unusual allspice, and a hit of aminos - wow, that's gonna be great on the trail!

Planning a backpack trip soon? Be sure to eat your A's, with these hiking nutrition tips from Hiking For Her. #hiking #backpacking #backpackfood #trailsnacks



B prepared!

Dried grains and beans are staples in a backpacking menu, but there's no need to make them boring.

And the addition of bran to your grains and beans will not only bulk them up in your stomach and make you feel more full, but will soften your stool.

  • Just be sure to drink plenty of water if you're using wheat or oat bran in your backpacking meals.
Hiking For Her cooks up some backpacking food tips, all beginning with B! #hiking #backpacking #trailfood #backpackmenus



C how easy it can be
to plan a backpacking menu?

Mushrooms, dried fruit, couscous and so many spices to bring along on your next hike!

So many ways to please your taste buds!

And every suggestion is lightweight, easy to use, and highly customizable.

My favorite suggestion:

  • Rehydrate and cook the couscous and mushrooms in the same water. Top with cumin and sip a cup of chai tea for dinner!
With these four good reasons from Hiking For Her to eat your C's on the trail, your taste buds will be happy on your next backpacking trip.  #hiking #backpacking #trailfood #besthikingtips


Backpacking food doldrums?

Dulse!

Never tried dulse?

Then you might also need these sea vegetable snack ideas.

(you can call dulse a seaweed, but that's not very polite, now is it?)

What do dulse, dill, dates and dressing have to do with backpacking? Find out at Hiking For Her, and liven up your backpacking menus. #backpacking #hiking #backpacking food



Electrifying, energizing
E's for the trail

I learned to backpack in the dark ages (nearly 50 years ago), when dehydrated eggs were a necessity but certainly not a treat.

Things have changed, so give them another look.

  • Mountainhouse eggs can be jazzed up with basil, thyme, oregano, garlic and onion salt, and more!
Eat your E's on your next backpacking trip! Hiking For Her makes it easy with these backpack menu tips. #backpacking #backpackingfood #hiking #trailfood


Fabulous fiber and fun!

Try something completely different: forage your F's.

Or not!

But at least pack something a little different for your hiking food: farro, figs and flaxseed.

What do fiddleheads, farro, figs, and flaxseed have to do with backpacking? Find out at Hiking For Her, and shake up your trail food. #backpacking #hikingfood #hiking #trailfood


There's no stopping us now!

Backpacking food needs a few zingers, like fresh ginger, spicy garbanzos and more. Use Hiking For Her tips for all your hiking plans. #hiking #backpacking
#trailfood #hikingsnacks

G is for great! That's how you're going to feel when you take the time to mix up a personalized batch of granola before you hit the trail.

And if you have trouble digesting beans, the fresh ginger will give you a digestive advantage as you sip your antioxidant rich green tea!

Hurrah for tasty and nutritious hiking food! Make room for hummus, horseradish, hibiscus tea and honey for flavor and nutrition on the trail. #backpacking #hiking #backpackingfood #trailsnacks

Hurrah for the sweetness of honey, an ancient source of nutrients and simple carbs to keep you going on the trail.

Add it to your hibiscus tea evening ritual, or switch to horseradish to wake up your tastebuds!

So are we having too much fun yet?

Heck, no!

Hiking For Her has lots more backpacking food ABCs to share with you, so bookmark this page and refer back to the ever evolving cornucopia of trail food tips.

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