Follow the Vegan for the Holidays Blog Each issue the VIP birds endeavor to soar to the highest literary peak to peck out the most unique, informative, and accomplished book that contributes to vegetarian enlightenment. Their amassed treasure consists of "lightweight trail-tested vegetarian recipes for backcountry trips" provided by more than 50 contributors. Although this volume is totally-meat free, it is not animal-free. The authors, explicit about the work not being vegan or a health book, say, "Every recipe can be classified as at least suitable for ovo-lacto vegetarians.
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Here is the review that eventually led to our going on a wilderness trip together and my writing of two backpacking cookbooks. Tim and Christine spent many hours researching this book which was published in Drawing on their own experiences and that of acquaintances, Tim and Christine have provided us with yummy recipes that reflect many cultures and tastes.
Most of the recipes require at home preparation. Many call for dehydrating or drying the food and then re-hydrating it on the trail. The book has a nutritional breakdown for each recipe and packable cooking directions to take with you on the trail.
There are even instructions on how to grow your own fresh sprouts in your backpack. You will find everything from almonds to zucchini in this resource. There are recipes for both vegetarians and meat eaters. I found that I could easily modify the meat recipes to suit a vegetarian menu by increasing the amount of veggies and omitting the meat. This well written recipe book contains over two hundred pages of mouth watering recipes to enhance your outdoor experience.
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