Various snacks, smoothie, and dips.
Few things can change how a trip in the backcountry is remembered more than food. Insufficient quantity or poor quality can dull the thrill of bagging a summit or ruin the satisfaction of a hard earned day on the trail.
Over the next month, I will be testing out some backcountry food products from Alpine Aire.
Click here to see my initial review on a variety of snacks, dips, and smoothie from Alpine Aire.
Salsa is the essential topping for any corn chip and makes burritos and tacos taste even better, but until now there has not been a satisfying salsa option for ultralight backpackers. B.Redi Foods hopes to change that with their new line of Salsa packets. These Salsa packets only require the user to add hot water and stir for a delicious salsa. I will be reviewing the B.Redi Salsa packets over the next few weeks. Read on for my initial thoughts.
GFB – Gluten Free Bars
I’ve been checking out the GFB – Gluten Free Bar over the last month or so. I’m impressed with the thought that has gone into these bars, and the taste. The healthiest food in the world probably won’t get eaten if it doesn’t taste good. Read about what I’ve found while eating them. Check out my review HERE.
GFB was provided for review purposes.
Check out the update for the 18 oz HydroFlask. Its been keeping my food and drinks warm while I wait for winter to get to Northern New England. I’m enjoying the nice weather, but its made reviewing some things a bit interesting. Read what I’ve found out so far HERE.
The HydroFlask was supplied for review purposes.
I sampled three flavors of the Field Trip Jerky while hiking, traveling, and to school to keep me satisfied until I could get a meal.
What did I think about the favors?
Read more here.
Looking for a jerky to enjoy on the trail with no preservatives, nitrites, corn syrup or added MSG? How about one that is even gluten free, low fat, and low carb? Try Field Trip Jerky!
Take a look at Field Trip Jerky.