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Supermarket backpacker

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Paperback, 193 pages
Published January 1st 1977 by Greatlakes Living Press
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Walter Underwood
Jan 30, 2015 Walter Underwood rated it it was amazing
I bought a used copy and I love it. This sentence starting at the bottom of page one may be the truest thing ever written in a cookbook: “Don’t forget that water is the only thing you can cook really well when backpacking in the high mountains.” Seriously, that is true in the flatlands, too.

How many cookbooks have an intro with less information that the four pages in this book? Sigh.

For the perfect icing on the cake, a friend wrote haiku for each chapter.

Backpacking for days.
Found! New evidence
...more
Doris
May 13, 2010 Doris rated it it was amazing
Shelves: backpacking
Vintage (1977) backpacking recipes and recommendations for foods you can purchase directly from the grocery store for carrying to your backcountry kitchen. The book is a no nonsense read with good recommendations and ideas. The book predates store available energy bars, store bought protein bars, store bought oatmeal bars (cookies) and fruit leathers; yet the recipes for all these are included in the book. I rate this book highly because of its ability to further allow a backpacker/hiker more of ...more
Rob Sartin
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Feb 02, 2015
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