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Re: [at-l] Favorite Breakfasts?
- Subject: Re: [at-l] Favorite Breakfasts?
- From: Jim Mayer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 4 Feb 1997 09:47:12 PST
At 07:03 AM 2/3/97 PST, Phil Romans wrote:
> I can get dinner down pretty good, and lunch is easy as well.
>But does anyone have ideas for trail breakfasts? This has been my
I'm partial to museli (sp?). Museli is a mix of grains, dried fruit, and
nuts. Try to find one that isn't too sweet. I mix museli & instant dry
milk in a ziploc bag. This breakfast can be eaten hot or cold... just add
water. If you add the water to the bag, then there is no cleanup.
(1) Instant rice with nuts, raisins, instant milk & brown sugar.
(2) Quick (not instant) oatmeal... you can bring it to a boil and let it
sit to finish cooking.
(3) Rice or corn "poha" fron your local Indian (as in India) grocery.
(4) Quick grits.
(5) Cornmeal mush (boil & let sit).
With any of the grains, try adding nuts and dried fruit.
For the "boil & sit" items, consider bringing along a "cozy" made from
"reflectix" (foil covered bubble wrap used for insulation) or pieces of old
foam sleeping pads. The reflectix is a good insulator (keeps things
cooking longer) and weighs next to nothing.
Finally, what about eating a dinner for breakfast? Calories are calories!
-- Jim Mayer
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