Over the weekend, we took a camping trip to Hocking Hills, Ohio to hike. It was very easy to adapt our old camping food list to our new lifestyle. We should have eaten more, however, for the hiking we did. Nonetheless, I found the Primal foods easier to pack, prepare, and eat while camping. We only included two foods with cheat ingredients. Since we were hiking a lot, we included more carbohydrates than we typically eat.
Breakfasts: Hard boiled eggs, beef jerky, leftover sweet potatoes fried in coconut oil
Lunches: Canned white chicken (only ingredients: chicken, water, salt) or tuna pouches with wholly guacamole (we would have packed avocados if we could have gotten some that were ripe), apples, and any of the snacks that we wanted
Snacks: Apple Pie Larabars, walnuts and raisins, pistachios, turkey pepperoni (not paleo), squeeze pouches of peach apple sauce, Sweets & Beets Chips (not paleo due to canola oil), beef jerky
Dinners: Meat, mushrooms, red/orange peppers, onions, zuchini, and sweet potatoes We pre-sliced veggies and the sweet potatoes. Cubing the sweet potatoes and storing them (triple bagged) in cold water made cooking them over the campfire much simpler and quicker.
Despite this blog entry, the trip really wasn't about the food: it was about the beauty!