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> From: David  F. Addleton <dfa@wimlaw.com>
> To: AT1996@aol.com; at-l@backcountry.net
> Subject: Re: [at-l] Any recipes?
> Date: Monday, August 02, 1999 8:45 PM
> 
> I like to take fresh garlic and onion along. A quarter onion and a clove
of
> garlic goes a long way in a small pot; the cut onion keeps a long time.
If
> you've got other fresh or dried veggies, add 'em as you like. For curry,
> cut 'em up and sautee them 'til brown around the edges in olive oil with
> your favorite spice mix and a pinch of salt. I get my spices from Indian
> and Iranian grocery stores, but McCormic's will work, too.  Add lentils
and
> rice + twice that in water. Bring to boil. Simmer on the lowest point you
> can get for 10 or 15 minutes and don't pick up the lid. Take the pot  off
> and let it sit covered for another 10 or 15 minutes. You can leave it
next
> to a fire, too, right after you bring it to a boil, without moving it to
> the low setting. In that case, leave it there for 20-30 minutes. Frozen
> chuncks of lamb on your first and second day out are still good to eat.
You
> throw in the meat after browning the onions & garlic. Then the rice
and/or
> lentils. Enjoy.
> 
> Gorp Rice: great for energy at lunch or for breakfast: rice & salt x2 of
> water; handful of gorp; honey, sugar or maple syrup to taste; spices (I
> can't figure out how to explain this except its a different mix for milk
> based dishes -- sometimes called chai spices in Indo-Pak stores; great in
> tea w/ milk & sugar; the mix includes ground up: nutmeg, cinamon, ginger,
> black & red pepers, bay leaf, cardamum, cloves, and other spices I can't
> remember); powdered milk and/or creamer. Follow cooking directions for
> curried lentils and rice, above. Enjoy.
> 
> Flat Bread: whole wheat flour & water & salt. Mix and knead into ball.
> Flatten by throwing it from hand to hand until thin and round. Bake over
> hot stone about 3 or 4 minutes first side; 2 or 3 on second side. You
know
> its done when you get a bubble or two. Great to eat curry with. Great
with
> P&J. Or just take the whole wheat tortilla's from Kroger's cooler ... but
> you don't need to keep frozen or cold.
> 
> OrangeBug said he like the foregoing.
> 
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> > From: AT1996@aol.com
> > To: at-l@backcountry.net
> > Subject: [at-l] Any recipes?
> > Date: Monday, August 02, 1999 7:26 PM
> > 
> > On my thru hike I ate a pretty mono diet with oatmeal and liptons.  Dan
> will 
> > be backpacking with me next week and I know he thinks more about food
> than I 
> > do, so does anyone have any good (healthy) recipes that can be cooked
and
> 
> > eaten in one pot?  We eat very healthy at home so the thought of eating

> > Liptons again with all the chemicals and sodium make me cringe.  Gutsy
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