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- Interview starts (5:00)
- 160 Calories per oz (7:45)
- Meals per day (15:30)
- Late season hunts (21:00)
- Small snacks throughout the day vs 3 meals a day (26:15)
- Water additives (29:00)
- Organization for food (34:30)
- Backcountry stove (37:30)
- Jetboils (41:15)
- A no stove hunt (43:00)
- Legality of the slingshot (53:00)
- Get Adams gear list (55:00)
In this episode, I am joined by my buddy Adam Foss who has been on the show a couple times now to talk backcountry food options. Adam is one of those guys who not only spends a ton of time in the backcountry but goes out of his way to pull inspiration from others like backpackers and climbers. What I like about Adam is that he is pushing innovation but yet is still a realist when it comes to packing light. In this episode, we break down Adams gear list for backcountry food, some of his favorite things, and even a special recipe for backcountry Thai food. Which involves ramen noodles, jerky, a peanut butter packet and some tabasco. I know you’re probably hungry just thinking about it. We also talk cooking setups, and much more. I don’t know if this episode will leave you as hungry as a show with Tiffany Haugentalking about Thanksgiving recipes but it may get your creative juices flowing for some serious backcountry culinary arts.