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Re: Early Elk Camp Meals
« Reply #45 on: August 14, 2022, 06:40:08 PM »
Elk steak stroganoff, wild turkey italian sausage spaghetti, razor clam chowder, elk burger taco soup, venison steak and spot prawn fajitas, loaded wild turkey breakfast scramble filling for tortillas, broccoli elk and rice, and wild turkey breast stirfry are a few that I've made by fully cooking the meal and chamber sealing flat. Toss in my coldest freezer ahead of time and use them as ice packs in the cooler to keep the Coors cold. Simple to reheat super quick and they're top notch meals in camp.


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Re: Early Elk Camp Meals
« Reply #46 on: August 14, 2022, 07:56:08 PM »
Last couple years I have smoked a pork shoulder before heading out. I will usually freeze half of it to get a couple more days out of it. Take buns and tortillas. Easy to heat up fast in a hot pan, add your favorite bbq or hot sauce. Goes well with some cans of beans or chips. Tacos are always an easy one as well. Ground beef/deer/elk, some cheese, corn, black beans, cilantro lime ready rice and some sauce. All heats easy and fast in a skillet. And Peak Refuels Coconut Curry Chicken, hands down the best freeze dried meal I have ever eaten.

I love to eat just as much as the next person, but during a hunt has to be quick and efficient with little mess. I need to get in the bag as fast as possible getting rest for the next morning.
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Re: Early Elk Camp Meals
« Reply #47 on: August 14, 2022, 10:22:42 PM »
Im usually happy with a nice hot mountain house. Make sure to bring a fork or spoon cause Iíve forgot them before and its not fun to eat with a carved stick that half works as a spoon😂
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Re: Early Elk Camp Meals
« Reply #48 on: August 20, 2022, 01:37:58 PM »
Not really a meal, but soylent drinks make for a really quick and easy breakfast or a midday refuel, I always have some in camp. They're meal replacement drinks that have all your proteins, fats, and carbs in one. They're 400 calories each and come in a variety of flavors. My favorites are the mocha and chocolate mint. Some have caffeine in them too for that extra boost.
« Last Edit: August 20, 2022, 01:47:44 PM by PsoasHunter »


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