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Re: Thru-Hike Preparation Question
Squeeze margarine is a good thing. Towards the end of the trail it helps
keep fats in your diet. (you can add it to rice and pasta etc) It is
available in most of the trail-side towns. Keep it in it's own zip-lock
bag, even if it is upright and you think the lid is on tight! (My husband
has the pack stains to back this point!) Also. ghee (clarified butter)
keeps well in any temperature, for a long time, but I'm not sure where to
find it in America.
Hope this helps,
Walkabout GA-->ME '94-->?
On Tue, 13 Feb 1996, Andy Burchett wrote:
> Just a few last minute questions for ya all before I leave in 14 days :)
> This concerns food. Do most thru hikers use butter in their cooking and
> such? If so, what kind of butter is best and how long does it last
> unrefridgerated? What is the best storage of it? It might me a stupid
> question but it would be stupider not to know and not ask...
> Thanks everyone for the quick and helpful responses on my previous
> questions - you have all provided a lot of excellent and timely info in
> my preparation for my 96 thru hike...
> Countdown : 14 Days !!!!!AAAAAAHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!
> One By Land