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Hiker's Guide to Long Distance
Meal Planning and Wilderness Cooking
Welcome to a Hiker’s Guide to Meal Planning and Wilderness Cooking, a DIY guide that is meant to help you plan out your meals to get the nutrients you need to make the most of a hike. Many people pack unnecessary foods or foods that will weigh them down, use tools that they really don’t need and have to replace every time they’re out on a hike, but this guide is meant to help mitigate some of those issues so that you can try to get the most out of your hike. Whether you’re hiking for a couple days, wanting to hike but can’t for fear of losing weight, or hiking for a day, this book has a little something of everything to help you out.
In the first chapter, we will be going over:
How to manage your hike’s nutritional needs
How to manage your breaks for long hikes depending on your weight and your needs/wants
What nutritional needs you want to have in order glean the most from a hike.
The second chapter will be about how to decrease your calorie burn. While most of us love to hike because it burns off calories and it’s great exercise, there’s a subset of people that can’t enjoy hiking because they’re already at a lower than normal weight and need to maintain that weight. This chapter will be about helping to ensure you can enjoy your hike while also drastically lowering the amount of calories that you burn. The third chapter will be about what needs to go into pre-made meals on your hike and you can take what you learn here and apply it to your diet in the wild. Most people will often be surprised that meat should not be the only thing that you need to eat.
The fourth chapter will go over:
How to make a fire that will last a couple of minutes or a couple of hours
How to filter your water in multiple ways
How to recognize when fish is correctly cooked
This book is specifically designed to help you plan out your nutrition so that you can get the most out of your hike whether it is from enjoyment, burning calories, or just building muscle.
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