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10-23-2012, 04:07 PM #16
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I agree about using the BBQ or solar cookers to heat up things. . . I bring water to boil then cook pasta, rice, oatmeal in a thermos bottle - just add boiling water to the items in the thermos - close it and set it on it's side. . . cooks in 4-6 hours.
Zuni traveling food - 1 tbsp. added to quart of water makes a nourishing and filling meal.
If you absolutely have no way to heat things - then yes, peanut butter, cheese, canned tuna, granola bars, as already mentioned.
10-29-2012, 01:08 PM #17
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There is always a way to heat food and boil water. You can buy a kerosenes stove or a propane camp stove for a very reasonable price, then just stock up on fuel.
Do not leave yourself vulnerable to having no way to cook and boil water!
10-29-2012, 01:14 PM #18
I have a fondue set that I can heat some food or water in using a candle.
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05-02-2017, 05:11 AM #19
emergency food just incase. I live in a country which very prone to typhoons. Anyways, this are just one of the basic and simple food you can eat without using a heat or instant ready food.
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