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From Publishers Weekly The more than 180 trail-tested, natural foods recipes here reflect both the Cordon Bleu experience of Cooke and the backpacking knowledge of Excell and Kinmontwho wrote the first edition of this book 10 years ago. Concerned with taste as well as nutrition, the authors offer nut and seed spreads galore and all manner of dried fruit and whole grains. The best news is that a surprising number of tasty and accessible dishes have infiltrated the ranks of the GORP and miso soup gang: hot and sour soup, Swiss fondue, noodles with toasted cashew ginger sauce, pineapple upside-down cake and walnut spice cake. Recipes indicate which steps may be prepared at home and when a food processor can be used; the authors also cover tips on packaging and carrying foods; requisite tools and utensils; menu planning for short and long trips; and where to buy certain ingredients. This book is worth its weight both on the trail and off. Copyright 1986 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. Read more From the Inside Flap Anyone planning a wilderness trip should read Simple Foods For The Pack.'-- The New York TimesThis new, updated edition of the original -and best -- natural foods backpacking cookbook features a wealth of trail-tested recipes for portable, delicious, easy-to-prepare meals, now enhanced by the expertise of a Cordon Bleu chef. The more than 180 mouth-watering recipes stress variety and flavor as well as convenience, low cost, and nutritional value.Highlights include:-- Exotic delicacies such as Moroccan cous-cous, hot and sour soup, and salmon in tomato orange sauce-- An expanded dessert section featuring such taste-tempting treats as chocolate fudge pudding, walnut spice cake, and high mountain pie-- Recipes to make both at home and in camp-- Tips on packaging and packing foods-- Suggestions for tools, utensils, and staple ingredients --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. Read more See all Editorial Reviews

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