Lets say you want to cook up a stroganoff dish at home, then you can bag it, freeze it, then take them camping and simply drop the bag into a pot of water to warm it up?
I'm lazy and don't have a camp frig yet, so I just bring along freeze dried backpacker food, instant oatmeal and instant beverages (coffee, tea, Tang and Kool Aid) and soups, which only requires the addition of boiling water. Actually, even after I get my frig, I'm only planning to carry beer & Coke in it. You can get 10 six packs in an Engle MT45, which should last me at leat a week or 2.
But, if you MUST have "real" food while camping, the Food Saver is the best way to package it. You can precook dishes and just boil to reheat. Certain recipes work better than others, so some pretesting at home is required.
Braised or slow cooked dishes like stroganoff, tuna cassarole, and stews, as well as precooked ham, sausages, scrambled eggs, chicken, pasta, tomatoes, mac & cheese, beans, soups, rice, potatos & slightly cooked fresh veggies (or canned) reheat well in boiling water. However, steaks & chops tend to overcook when reheated, so you may have to seal & freeze and/or frig them raw and grill them on site instead.
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