I spent no thought on my food, calories or protein intake while Bikepacking. Until I ran out of food and energy in the remote jungles of Laos. I learned the hard way, the only meat at the remote village market was rat and it “tasted like crap!”.
After that, I did some research on my food situation and bought a dehydrator It’s great and saves a lot of money, on buying Mountain house food. but I quickly realized that while great for a local trip, it’s not so good for year-long trips. So I started looking for basic food ingredients that can be found in most countries and planned One-Pot Meals that had enough calories and could be cooked in one pot. Here you’ll find simple One-Pot Meals recipes to enjoy.
What is great about these One-Pot Meals recipes is that you’ll be able to find the ingredients almost anywhere. So if you’re on a world cycling tour world cycling tour you can still eat well on the trails. If you have Bikepacking recipes and would like to share, just contact me and make them and I’ll list them. Cheers, Guys.
Need a Pot to get you started, this is what I use.
A Game changer, not cheap but worth it with the cooking pot. I cannot just cook good meals but can steam rice veggies, etc. I highly recommend this brand. and Sea to Summit especially the nonstick frying pan .This is my second pan but the first was not nonstick. So the new one saved money – first season carrying less cooking oil.
Please note any blogs that are password protected just means I am still working on writing the blogs. Once completed they will be unlocked so everyone can read. So bear with me Guys, it’s just me Solo and I got a lot of Bikepacking content coming out for 2021. Cheers