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Lipsmackin’ Vegetarian Backpackin’

September 2, 2015 - Comment

This collection of more than 150 trail-tested recipes, the meat-free sequel to the best-selling Lipsmackin’ Backpackin’, features instructions for at-home preparation, packable trailside cooking instructions, nutritional information, serving details, and the weight of the ingredients. Product Features LIP SMACKIN’ VEGETAR BACKPACKI

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This collection of more than 150 trail-tested recipes, the meat-free sequel to the best-selling Lipsmackin’ Backpackin’, features instructions for at-home preparation, packable trailside cooking instructions, nutritional information, serving details, and the weight of the ingredients.

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Anna Bates says:

This Book Will Not Disappoint! My S/O and I took our first serious back-country trip in more than 15 years last week. We relied completely on this book for meal planning and food preparation. We were not disappointed. The recipes are all written in clear language, and are easy to follow. Packable trail instructions are available on-line, which helps with cooking in remote campsites. Of course, we could not try every single recipe — but here are some of the best ones we tried. We had Olympus Oatmeal for breakfast every…

Laurie Ann March says:

Lipsmackin’ Vegetarian Backpackin’ – a meatless collection I really enjoyed the first book by Tim and Christine Conners and now the couple has come out with a second book in the Lipsmackin’ Backpackin’ series that is completely vegetarian. Recipes include Fabulous Fry Brownies, Miso Madness, Algonquin Apple Leather and a series of bread recipes that would make any backpacking trip more enjoyable. There are great dishes for each meal time and some wonderful GORP ideas. The book has a range of drinks, fruit leathers and decadent desserts. I was…

M. Moser says:

Awesome Burrito Recipes We really enjoyed several of the recipes on a recent three nite pack trip to Porcupine Mountains, MI. Burritos, Cous Cous and Brownies made from dry ingredients available at grocery store made for really great almost gourmet and inexpensive trail dinners. Many recipes require a dehydrator which we lack, but it seems like any serious backpacker should consider buying one to save big bucks on food. This book is not just for vegetarian or Vegans. Three of four in our group are defintely meat…

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