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Came across this in the store the other day. not sure if it fits the bill. **** not sure if it is even new or i just never noticed it. hungry jack hashbrowns. comes in a 1/2 pint style milk cartoon. the box says it makes 7 1/3 cup servings. i dont know antone who ony eats 1/3 of a up of hashbrowns. made them at home this morning to try them out before taking them to camp. I'm kinda loaded hashbrown gut so i added sausage, peppers and onions. it made more than i thought and once rehydrated it was like cooking raw potatos. tasted great and served my wife and i with the twin 2 year olds fine.
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Don't forget my favorite for day hikes of less then 5 hours, a box of KFC. I know it's not sporting but hey sounds better then some of the stuff I've heard about here. As always bring a plastic zip bag for the box and the paper and plastic. The wildlife will handle the bones for you free of charge.

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Don't forget my favorite for day hikes of less then 5 hours, a box of KFC.

Mmmm KFC. I'll drink to that. ;D



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I was thinkin of going to KFC and just asking how much for a box of the extra crispy coating, I dont need no chikin in it!
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I was thinkin of going to KFC and just asking how much for a box of the extra crispy coating, I dont need no chikin in it!
Isn't that called "Hush Puppies".

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While there are getting to be more bears in Louisiana I have not heard of any sightings in the Kisatchie Hills area yet. Then again, I don't want to be the first one eaten either.

Ive got pictures of one off a game camera on my land out from st francissville and one was spotted in my neighbors yard here outside jackson ms last week. Wouldnt be surprised if they are in your area.
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Up here in WI Hush Puppies are a deep fried corn bread ball, so not the same at all as KFC extra crispy coating, neither in taste or texture (but the 'deep fried' IS there).
I know that after I have come out of the bush or a long rendezvous weekend a fast food place with a deep fryer is really calling my name......
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Ive got pictures of one off a game camera on my land out from st francissville and one was spotted in my neighbors yard here outside jackson ms last week. Wouldnt be surprised if they are in your area.
I've heard of them in that area before and in Delhi also. There was one near Bossier City but they think he was out of Arkansas "chassen Wemmin". When those things get horny you might find one sitting in your front yard.

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Pasta:
Pasta in bags in the supermarket, think of it as dehydrated food, and very cheap.

All else you need are dried meat (like Mountain house ground beef or ground chicken).

And a pasta sauce (non liquid version):


pasta sauce: dry tomato powder + Lawry's spaghetti sauce + Italian seasoning + sweetner +salt




For dry tomato: Amazon has many choices.




Lawry (also in market):



Italian seasoning (also in market):



This sauce also needs sweetener (trust me), I avoid sugar outdoors, attracts critters, any artificial sweetener is better.

Salt


90% of the weight of pasta is the water so this is light.
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