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- Subject: Re: recipes
- From: vandermolen patricia <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 1 Apr 1996 09:08:11 -0500 (EST)
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On Mon, 1 Apr 1996, David Hicks wrote:
> You wrote:
> >i am wondering about chicken. in a couple of the recipes they have 'freeze
> >dried chicken' in the ingredients. can chicken also be dehydrated?
> I have done it and lived to talk about it. I cut into strips about 1/4 inch thick.
> Cook in broth. Then dehydrate.
Thanks Dave. I'll have to try that. I usually carry a little can
of chicken (like the tuna cans) for recipes needing it. I have also
carried a whole frozen chicken before (in wintertime with a group -- had
some great meals plus soup)
> You wrote:
> >seems to me that to save on time and fuel you could rehydrate in a water
> >bottle during the day while hiking. would this work??
> Don't know. Never been willing to risk spoilage.
This works if you put it into an insulated environ -- i.e.
stuffed inside your down vest & in the center of your pack. Just don't
forget to take it out that night (I had to contend with fermented beef
stroganoff exploding into my down bag after I left it for a couple days
while in town).