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i took these pics on dehydrating pasta sauce last year and only just put them together. eat well /out/ there, anons.
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I'm definitely going to try that. Do you think dairy-based sauces are safe to use if they're dehydrated? Butter masala and Alfredo sauce might be good.
Cute cat sponge, by the way.
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>>1309807
not sure, but i'm doubtful. when i pack alfredo i just bring pic related, powdered milk, and ghee. raw sunflower seeds are fucking bomb in it, too.
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>>1309807
>Cute cat sponge
and thanks. that's the wife's. she got it in japan, iirc.
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>>1309807
You would need to get it EXTREMELY DRY. Like whey protein powder dry. Probably have to cut up strips of what OP made in that pan and put them in a dehydrator made for jerkey for like 12 to 20 hours or more to get it to like 2% moisture or less and mix some salt in after you powder it and keep it with an anti oxygen/moisture silica pack thing you see in jerkey bags and protein powder mixes.
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>>1309814
My man, I keep a stash of these exclusively for hiking, they're so delicious it's worth the extra fuel it takes to simmer these
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Bump.
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>>1312739
Threads dead dont bump it dickhead
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>>1312742
Bumping
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>>1312742
*bumps you on head*
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>>1313220

REEEEEE
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>>1309801
No oc, but better than dead
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>>1313289
And with this im done. Thanks for the infograph for the OP.
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dont think I have many /out/ related infos but I'm looking through
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Jesus Christ you could save a ton of money if you just bought some Mountain House. What a waste of time money and effort
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>>1313626
Mountain House is full of weird chemikills. OP should make his own tomato sauce, though.
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>>1313950
why does the army use it for meal, cold weathers then? i mean they could just not get it, cause their canteens still have BPA in them
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>>1310482
If you are carrying extra water with you then you can put it in a wide mouth bottle with 2 cups of water in the morning then just warm it up and add extras at night or lunch.
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>>1313626
probably b8, but
>mountain house
>save money
lolwut. their spaghetti's $8 a bag. this is enough sauce for four people. so what sauce do you buy that costs $32 a jar? re: time, it's about 10 minutes of activity with 4 hours of ignoring it. sorry you can't find a way to entertain yourself.
>>1313950
i sometimes do, but i use sliced fresh veggies for it, so the pre-blend would ruin the experience. and newman's is bomb and permanently on sale for $3 a jar where i shop.
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>>1309801
First, what asshole doesn't make their own pasta sauce? Easy, cheap, tastes better. Second, don't put acid on aluminum, it will taste like shit. Just use a sheet pan, or silicone baking sheet, or parchment paper. Last, ovens have a damned vent. If you want to prop it open so it runs a little cooler, maybe, but that will probably backfire on you. There's really no need to "prop it open with a stick." Oh! One more thing! A spice grinder would do you WAY better than a blender.
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>>1314069
okay, angry friendo. do it your way and make your own infographic. i'm excited to see your contribution to this thread. :)
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>>1314073
Not my fault that whomever made that one doesn't really know how to cook, but take out the "asshole" and the "damned" because I guess that's just how I talk here. I'm not angry at all, just trying to make a better finished product. And you know I'm not making a new one, I'm entirely too old for that. Have fun out there, m8.
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>>1310482
I don't simmer those. I just get my water boiling, dump it in, wait like 1 min, then turn off the stove, lid it and wait. Perfect every time and no wasted fuel.
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>>1314069
Not him, but it is standard practice to prop your oven door open on the lowest setting if you don't have an actual dehydrator. Better to do in the winter unfortunately.
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>PRESTO!
what did he mean by this?
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>>1314291
He mean "wa la".
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>>1314657
voilĂ 
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>>1314699
>>1314699
'voy-luh'
waht did he mean by this
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>>1313278
>ramen
It says meal ready to eat not meal ready to cook
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>>1309801
Nice. Thanks for the thread.
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>>1315041
you can eat ramen dry. it's not like its raw meat or pemmican or summat
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>>1315994
meant to say hardtack but somehow pemmican came out
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>>1309814
yeah thats all you need, like a buck. I'm start dehydrating stuff, but i'm get a dehydrator.




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