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Even though winter is undoubtedly here, complete with snow, wind, and cold, it’s never too early to start planning your camping trip for this spring or summer. There is also no better time than now to examine a few helpful pointers to keep in mind while organizing your camp menu for those outdoor enthusiasts who won’t wait for the snow to melt before heading out this winter.


   How much time will you be away? Consider eating roughly the same amount when camping as you do at home. It might not hurt to bring a little extra food if you’re car camping and have the extra room, but if you’re packing it in, every ounce counts, especially on lengthy walks. The only thing longer than a 20-mile hike is a 20-mile hike while you’re hungry, so be sure you don’t under pack your camping food. While engaging in strenuous exercise, such as trekking, starving your body could be harmful to your health.

       Create a menu of camping cuisine that you would be willing to eat. Many people now associate granola, oatmeal, and granola with camping meals. Although I enjoy them just as much as the next person, I won’t ruin my week in the woods by bringing meals I don’t like. Many businesses now provide a wide range of meals that only need water, the majority of which are delicious – everything from roast beef and potatoes to tuna casserole. Granola and quick oatmeal are both delicious alternatives. Just keep in mind that you should eat what you want even though you are leaving civilization behind.

  Nourishment, Nourishment, Nourishment. When you go camping, having fun and taking in the scenery should be your top priorities. This is tough to do when you’re unwell or worn out. Make sure to bring food for camping that will keep you nourished and energized     Energy bars and gels are excellent for the trail because they often don’t weigh much and provide substantial nutrients. Do yourself a favor and eat more than candy bars and licorice if you don’t cook much at home and don’t intend to while you’re camping. Anyone who can boil water can bring prepared camping food with them and eat healthily while they are away.


        Change things up. Ignore this paragraph if you’ve eaten the same thing for lunch every day for the past 20 years. Variety is crucial when making camping meal plans for the rest of us. Put tiny amounts of various seasonings in plastic baggies; excellent fish with lemon pepper is one example. Take several kinds of oatmeal, even if you’re going to eat it for three meals a day for a week. 


     The cost is reasonable. Even when you’re camping on a small budget, you can still eat good. Granola bars, pancake mix, and instant oatmeal are inexpensive and filling options. You’ll need to make sure you have all the ingredients before making hamburger helper, but it makes for a rather filling, affordable camping supper. Produce careful to add enough water to make the milk and the instructions when substituting powdered milk for ordinary milk..


    The price is affordable. You can still eat well when camping on a tight budget. Cheap and satiating options include granola bars, pancake mix, and instant oatmeal. Before making hamburger helper, make sure you have all the necessary materials on hand. It provides a filling and inexpensive camping dinner. When using powder milk in place of regular milk, be sure to add just the right amount of water to make the milk and follow the direction


          Get outside and take in nature. Whether you’re going camping, hiking, fishing, or just spending the day in the woods, I’m sure you and your taste buds will have the experience of a lifetime with a little preparation and by paying attention to these guidelines.


   Remember to get closer to God out on the campout. God truly cares for you and wants you to talk to Him.    1 Peter 5:7

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