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Terry Green
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30 days to moose camp....

30 days to moose camp....

30 days to moose camp....


AWWWWEEE SHAD UP !!!!!!!!

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Well the Jambalaya finished up last night so I put the cooked burger in the dehydrator. It will complete in a couple of hours this morning.

I'll cook some dirty rice with onions, peppers and moose burger today and get it in the process.

We've got 14 meals to prepare and pack but have plenty of time.

Also will be doing our own energy bars again this year. Might get a batch of maple-bacon bars done today also after work.

Jason and I really enjoy doing the prep for these hunts and I know our hunting party appreciates the effort.

Mike

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Good luck!
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cameras? We have 4 go pros and two video cameras.

Also carry my cell phone that takes the best pics that I can do.

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Best of luck, Mike. It sounds like a great hunt and I'm sure you guys will have a blast.

I leave for Newfoundland on September 22 and have been packing gear already this week.

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Perfect timing for the rut. Good luck!

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Chuck,

Yep this late hunt unit is a rut hunters dream.
Last year I got a bull on the 3rd day that was following a young cow around like a 16 yr. old school boy.

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Got some black beans and rice with moose burger done yesterday and dehydrated over night.

6 meals down. . . 9 to go.

Mike

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Mike I know that you got your hands full now, but can you (or maybe you have) share with us upon return your dehydration technique?

Not the recipes...more the how far you cook it at first (all the way, half way?), how you place it in the dehydrater, what kind of dehydrator, how you prepare it in camp, how much water you add etc.

I have read your comments about how great they are over store bought and I would like to do it for my next trip.

Thanks and Good luck ... too.

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A hunt of a lifetime I'm sure. Enjoy every moment, and best of luck.

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A hunt of a lifetime that we do every year. At my age I'm afraid to not go as it could be my last time. LOL

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Dave,

We have a Cabela's dehydrator. It's large enough to do a dinner for four at one time.

This year with four in camp we will be doing one pot meals.

Really our meals fall into three categories.

- fully cooked recipes from scratch that are just add hot water, stir and wait 20 minutes.
Jambalaya, Chili Verde, Chili Mac, Turkey burrito bomb, etc.

- fully cooked meals from a box with moose burger from the freezer.

Zaterains and other rice dishes

- partial cooked meals from a box with dehydrated meat. Velveeta skillet dinners work well.

All meals are ready within 30 minutes with little fuss.

I dehydrate a bunch of sliced mushrooms to add to meals.

We also take fresh veggies in like potatoes, carrots, onions and peppers. They go well with moose steak, grouse and snowshoe rabbits.

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quote:
Originally posted by wingnut:
Dave,

We have a Cabela's dehydrator. It's large enough to do a dinner for four at one time.

This year with four in camp we will be doing one pot meals.

Really our meals fall into three categories.

- fully cooked recipes from scratch that are just add hot water, stir and wait 20 minutes.
Jambalaya, Chili Verde, Chili Mac, Turkey burrito bomb, etc.

- fully cooked meals from a box with moose burger from the freezer.

Zaterains and other rice dishes

- partial cooked meals from a box with dehydrated meat. Velveeta skillet dinners work well.

All meals are ready within 30 minutes with little fuss.

I dehydrate a bunch of sliced mushrooms to add to meals.

We also take fresh veggies in like potatoes, carrots, onions and peppers. They go well with moose steak, grouse and snowshoe rabbits.

Mike

THANKS!
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Have fun, be safe . I just got back from 8 days fishing on the Nushagak River ... lots of fish !!

best of luck to all

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Got some kicked up Zaterain's Dirty rice with fresh peppers, onions and a couple pounds of moose burger cooking now. Will put in the frig over night and dehydrate tomorrow. I'd do it tonight but I have sliced baby portabela mushrooms dehydrating right now.

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