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Foil Packet Cookbook: Delicious Campfire Recipes – Make Your Cooking Fun and Easy! (Campfire Recipes, Camping Cookbook)

Foil Packet Cookbook Delicious Campfire Recipes – Make Your Cooking Fun and Easy! I believe that everything in this book is important, and I have tried to structure the information in a way that makes sense. What separates outdoor cooking from kitchen cooking is obviously the lack of a defined cooking area. To cope with

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Foil Packet Cookbook

Delicious Campfire Recipes – Make Your Cooking Fun and Easy!

I believe that everything in this book is important, and I have tried to structure the information in a way that makes sense. What separates outdoor cooking from kitchen cooking is obviously the lack of a defined cooking area. To cope with this, campers and backpackers have devised a great many techniques and some special equipment preparing food in open environments. These techniques were first associated with nomadic cultures all over the world, and have since been refined and developed by those indulging in outdoor cooking for recreational reasons. The type of food cooked in the outdoors depends significantly on the purpose of the pursuit and the location of the outdoor cooking site. While someone at a public campground may be able to access a grocery store easily and be able to prepare a great many varied dishes, someone else on an extended trip deep in the backcountry may need to improvise a little more to cook up a meal or depend upon dried meats, vegetables, and starches such as ramen, polenta, and dried potato flakes. Those who savor the whole outdoor adventure would also look forward to making use of wild vegetables and fruits, not to mention fish and game. Camping food needs to be very high in fat and carbohydrates to provide energy for the camping activities. Hikers very often carry bars of chocolate, energy bars, and even sports drinks. Another necessary part of every hiker’s or camper’s equipment is water purification chemicals.

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