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Adventure Magazine July/August 2000

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Readers Serve Up Their Best Backpacking Recipes

What do you get when you mix nuts with raisins? Some call it gorp. Some call it trail mix, some even call it scroggin. Almost no one calls it dinner.

But backcountry grub doesn’t have to be so, well, grubby. Trust us, it’s possible to pack light and pig out. Better yet, trust yourselves. (This is a message board, after all.)

What's your recipe for eating well on the trail? (We’re not talking car camping here. Any message containing the terms “cooler” or “side of beef” will be printed out and sat on.)

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