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8/26/12 2:51 P

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I bring all sorts of gluten free goodies that are pre-packaged. I especially love the gluten free pancake mix (which I pack into pre-measired portions so they are ready to use), Canyon House hamburger buns, tons of fresh veggies, eggs, etc., and the obligatory gluten-free graham crackers, marshmallows, and a bag of sugar-free chocolate bars for lower-fat Smores.

There are so many new truly gluten-free choices now. I find it pretty easy to pack for camping.

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7/27/12 6:47 P

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That is a great idea!!

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7/27/12 3:19 P

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We always bring our own pancake mix. I combine all the dry ingredients from a recipe in one of the "Gluten free Gourmet" books y Bette Hagman, and bring along the wet ingredients. It's our favorite breakfast meal.

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7/24/12 4:28 P

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I just made a pretty delicious trail/snack mix for my canoe trip this past weekend. Gluten free pretzels, nuts, raisins, dried cranberries (or any other dried fruit), some chocolate chex cereal and some white chocolate chips. It was DELICIOUS and hit with everyone, celiac or not.

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7/23/12 7:05 A

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You are so welcome! Have fun. If you need any recipes feel free to let me know!

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7/22/12 11:56 P

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that all sounds so good! Thank you for the yummy ideas! emoticon

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7/21/12 12:30 P

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We take along lots of good veggies to bar-b-que and tin foil to wrap them in. I take corn on the cob, string beans, sweet potatoes, white potatoes. You just need to slice the taters add salt pepper and some butter. Wrap in tin foil and cook on the grill till soft. I add real bacon bits to string beans, salt pepper and butter and do the same with them. Corn, peel it, add a tlbsp of butter and wrap tightly and grill. I also make a big batch of baked beans ahead in my crockpot and repackage that in foil dishes that we can use on the grill to heat.I also pack in plastic bags all the makings for salads and bring gf dressing. Breakfast is ham, eggs, hashbrown patties or tatertots and toast. Snacks we take fruit (cherries, peaches, apples) and chips & dip. I take my rolls for hotdogs & hamburg and but I do take along regular for the rest of the family. That is the only non gf stuff I take. I don't use package foods either. Hope this helps! Have a great trip!

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7/21/12 11:36 A

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I'm planning a camping trip and have found that it's actually pretty easy to do gluten free because you have to take all your own food anyway. emoticon
But also surprised at how expensive it is. Everyone is going to want buns and snacks, which doesn't make sense to take gluten and non-gluten items. But, I just paid $6 for a loaf of GF bread.
I don't usually eat packaged foods...anyone have suggestions how to keep this trip from being so expensive when other people with me want bread, cookies etc and I'm only willing to bring GF?

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