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I'm really interested in hearing from those folks that have traveled for weeks or months on end through areas of minimal human contact (worldwide), and seeing what kind of sustainable foods they pack.
Siracha. You can put it on tree bark and it will make it taste good.
For light weight and survives just about anything is Ichiban noodles, freeze dried vegies and if you can get a package of salad dressing (like the ones you get at a restaurant that you rip open . Add noodles (toss seasoning), vegies and 2 cups water to pot, let sit for 20 minutes, drain, add dressing. I like this as no refrigeration is needed. Great for hot or cold weather and you only need water with no heat to make.
Most cheese and summer sausage keeps good in a ziplock for 4 or 5 days. we usually bring this for the first few days and eat all of it. We usually bring hot dogs or somthing similar and eat them on the first few days also.
Many of the foods we think of as refrigerator now were not in the past.
With summer sausage you do have to be kind of careful. Most store bought summer sausage can go a while without being kept cool, but if you have all natural or home made foods they will spoil faster without all the preservatives and junk.
I haven't tried this myself, but I have heard great things about Brinkmann's canned meats. The hamburger is supposedly very good and you can't tell it's canned. If anyone has tried this stuff, please speak up and give us a review.