I'm disappointed in you, Stephan.Mice like cheese, do they?Was this a double-blind, randomized metabolic ward study that you conducted?
Stephan I'd be interested in your diet when backpacking - it is one time when my diet really slips.....
Chris, My diet also slips a bit when I go backpacking, particularly when I'm with others. I do my best to keep it healthy but the choices are limited. Here's what I brought this time:-almonds and hazelnuts, soaked and toasted-homemade beef jerky-lentils, soaked and dried (for cooking)-dried fruit-several hard-boiled eggs for the first day or two-sourdough 100% rye bread-raw milk cheeseSometimes when I cook (I often just eat dry food when I go solo) I'll bring quinoa and supplement it with dried vegetables and lots of oil/butter. I don't soak quinoa in the backcountry, so it's a compromise, but at least it's gluten-free. I try to get as much fat in as possible so it displaces some of the "carbage".
Those pictures are lovely. Stunning falls.What's up with the mice not touching your raw milk cheese and going for the packaged stuff? Though at least the packaged cheese was full fat. I bet if we did a study of low-fat and full-fat samples, the mice wouldn't touch the low-fat stuff. Although they'd probably be stuck with it after we caved in and ate all the full-fat before they could get to it.
Thanks that is helpful. I tend to survive on eggs, cheese, oatmeal, nuts, dark chocolate....plus tuna sandwiches
Stephan - nice photos too. I usually put my photos of hills on another blogby the way, I think I'e been banned from Art DeVany's blog. Every comment I've put up has either not got through moderation or has and has then been deleted. I could start to feel paranoid.....
Hi Chris, I just checked out some of your photos, those look like some great trips. That's strange about Art's blog, why the heck would he delete your comments?!I just checked and he recently allowed one of mine, despite the fact that I'm usually nitpicking about something.
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