For those of you who do any wilderness camping and worry about trying to maintain healthy eating habits on the trail, check out the book titled "Another Fork in the Trail" by Laurie Ann March, who is a wilderness camper herself.
My wife and I have tried five of the recipes and all were delicious with healthy ingredients. You do need a dehydrator, however, for most of the recipes. She does a good job of covering all topics related to maintaining a vegetarian or vegan diet on the trail, with links and information about dehydrating foods, grocery store items, substitutions, where you can purchase meatless freeze dried meals, and just a lot of useful info for folks who are trying to maintain their plant based diets. I have other vegan cookbooks, but I usually stumble pretty quickly upon some real recipe stinkers. Not so with this book! I can't praise it enough.
I love wilderness camping and this book will help me continue to eat healthy even in the backcountry!!!
We have trouble dehydrating where we are (live close to the ocean in a cool climate so the air is damp) and so we generally make up our own meals with dehydrated or freeze-dried ingredients we buy. My most common source these days is Harmony House Foods . The biggest thing I've been looking for lately is freeze dried tofu. I used ot have a source but they went out of business. Now I can only find the traditional freeze dried tofu which is not what I'm looking for. I want regular tofu that has been freeze dried the modern way.
Thanks for the tip on the book. Always good to have some new ideas.