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Food Saver Dinners- Elk camp

Old 05-17-2009, 05:40 PM
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Default Food Saver Dinners- Elk camp

I hope this idea makes camp cooking easy. My hunting partner and I pre-make meals prior to campand then use a food saver, sucking out allof the air,and freeze them. Night before hunt pull out your meal and let thaw, by night fall the next night you are ready to cook.
After a long day of hunting we pour water into a medium sized pot, boiland then throw our pre-cooked meals in the boiling water for 20 to 30 minutes. The list is endless on what u can pre-cook. We usually do, chops n rice or pasta, enchiladas, elk meatballs, chicken, cubed steak, stew, chili, pot roast, this list is endless, you get the idea. Just cook extra when your wife or yourself cook dinner and then food saver the rest. We also pre-make day packs. We use large ziplock bags and throw a power bar, jerky or pepperoni stick, Hi-C or some sort of juice, licorice, some kind of mixed nuts(trailmix), and an apple. And then whatver else you desire. So, when you wake from sleep you grab your day pack and water and be gone. Hope this helps make hunting camp easy and fun. Happy Hunting!
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