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    Waitrose have 25% off on "Look what we found" stuff just now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colts View Post
    Do you travel alone?


    QUOTE=STUBBS;3032782]mushy pea curry sounds horrible but very nice and easy to cook

    1 tin of mushy peas
    1 tin of baked beans
    1 onion
    curry powder

    1 x boil in the bag rice
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    forgot the mushrooms, garlic, chilli powder and tinned tomatos

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    sainsburys "look what we found" for Ł1 !
    already stocked up

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    I like to boil up some pasta, drain and cover.
    Then a small tin of chopped toms, good glug of passata and a healthy blob of tom puree with garlic, with a small tin of tuna and a spinkling of mixed meditteranean herbs. Heat that all through then re-add pasta and stir for a couple of mins.

    That or

    a potato, a carrot or swede...chopped to small pieces.....veggie oxo cube......cook through until just before done...then add a couple of chopped up ( good quality, not the cheap stuff ) bockwurst/bratwurst...simmer for a minute and serve

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    Where is the best place / website to buy mre meals?


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    I recently got some dried meals from www.ultralightoutdoorgear.com - Adventure Food & Expedition Foods brands. Mate got Wayfarer heat-in-the-bag meals (not dried, not sure of vendor). Both of us though they were all fantastic, and I'm a fussy eater. All three brands recommended.

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    Stagg Chilli, served with pitta breads stuffed with cheese

    A bit heavy, but quick to heat and eat, washed-down of course

    I usually use the Porridge pots (Scott's So-Easy) for breakfast, with a banana and tea...
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    When you are in the middle of nowhere and desperate, go for broke. It will help keep you moving.




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    If I’m on a reasonable length trip, I’ll make meals in advance and then dehydrate them. A full portion of chilli or spaghetti Bol takes up the same space as a third of a bag of crisps and weighs very little. No weight, no space and all you do is boil it for 2-3 mins and then leave it alone for 10 to rehydrate. Uses little gas and saves time too

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    What type of dehydrator do you use?
    Quote Originally Posted by Lentarn View Post
    If I’m on a reasonable length trip, I’ll make meals in advance and then dehydrate them. A full portion of chilli or spaghetti Bol takes up the same space as a third of a bag of crisps and weighs very little. No weight, no space and all you do is boil it for 2-3 mins and then leave it alone for 10 to rehydrate. Uses little gas and saves time too


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rugged Path View Post
    Where is the best place / website to buy mre meals?


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    Cotswolds sell Wayfarer meals. They’re pretty good....use your discount.

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    Our elder lad works in Springfields of Burton-on-Trent, they are ratio suppliers. They have the Wayfarers and other 'packet camping food' at very competitive prices. I don't stock up, it tends to sit around for a while between trips. Just buy enough for your trip and that's it - then buy more in for the next trip.

    Breakfast - the Quaker instant porridge Oat So Simple is very good and doesn't take up hardly any room. The blueberry is good but the cinnamon is the best.

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