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    Quote Originally Posted by IA Woodsman View Post

    Mac, I have no Idea the calorie count. But I have a hunch it is a lot.
    Weightwatchers online recipe builder puts them right around 1800 a serving... mmm.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by IA Woodsman View Post
    I really like to cook at home. I like to cook in the woods even more. Iz thinks we are doing dehydrated meals in Sept. He is incorrect. I will be doing all most all fresh food. I think learning how to cook in the woods really enhances the outing.
    I totally agree, I love cookin in the bush
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    Quote Originally Posted by IA Woodsman View Post
    I think learning how to cook in the woods really enhances the outing.
    A1 to that Brother! It amazes me all the time - people will burn food on a camp stove, yet when I teach them to cook over a camp, fire burnt offerings are kept to a minimum.

    Thanks for the recipie - I forgot about that treat. It reminds me about the time an very pretty Italian girl class mate sat next to me on a cold night in the mountains and offered me Sex in pan she had packed up. I still have the scar from where my jaw hit the ground.
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    I totally agree about cooking in the bush. I enjoy it so much that at least once a week I cook supper or breakfast over my fire pit in the backyard. Helps to fine tune recipes for use on the trail. Also when just out "bushcraftin" in other words hanging out in woods. Nothing passes the time like tending the fire and stiring the pot.
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    Homeslice is the wrong one to ask about eating a diabetic diet. We spend half the time in camp reviving him from comas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Koa View Post
    Homeslice is the wrong one to ask about eating a diabetic diet. We spend half the time in camp reviving him from comas.
    This sugar bomb should keep him going.

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    sugar BOMB !! HAHAHA awesome
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    Exclamation Whoa baby!

    Those sound deadly but delicious. (Maybe cut into tiny little squares for a more reasonable calorie count if you're NOT struggling through deep snow all day...?)

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    I made a batch of Hudson Bay bread this after noon. They could probably use a little Tang to help wash them down. A couple of these bad boys and my paddle won't even get wet. It's been a good after noon, making these squares and listening to the music posted by everyone in a different thread. There's some good stuff there I haven't heard before. If you haven't checked it out it's worth a look. Thanks for the recipe! No doubt just reading this thread increases your risk of diabetes.

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