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Easy Camp Food - Look What We Found Quality Meals

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Easy Camping Food. It dosen't get much easier than this, heat up some water and boil a quality meal in a bag. This is no cheap and horrible MOD Ration pack, this is organic quality food from around Britain that you don't have to worry about refridgerating, ideal for camping when you need something quick and easy.
Comments (4)
4 Monday, 25 July 2011 16:14
Ashley Cawley
Please do Pete, it'll be good to hear what you think of them. Are you trying a few different types before you go? Look forward to hearing from you again.
3 Monday, 25 July 2011 15:34
Setting out on another 160 Km solo fundraising tramp in a couple of weeks. After looking around at what`s on offer at the moment, I`m planning to include a couple of LWWF meals in the menu. o far, the impression is good to have as a main meal- good quality, greenish, relatively light. More expensive than run-of-the mill Compo or MRE, but maybe more cheering on an extended trip? I`ll let you know what I think at the end.
2 Tuesday, 21 June 2011 21:10
These look good but I buy foil pouch curries made by Ashoka in ASDA for about a pound a pouch. Nothing artificial in them and one pouch is filling enough for one meal. Excellent value if you ask me.
1 Thursday, 05 May 2011 18:21
cool but man 3.99 thats cheap

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UK Wild Food - Jan

Listed here are Wild Foods that should be available in parts of the UK in January.

Daisy leaf

Gorse flower
Greater Plantain
Ribwort Plantain
Buck's Horn Plantain (coastal)
Scurvy Grass
Sea beet
Sea Radish
Pennywort (particularly good at the moment)
Alexanders (very good at the moment)
Chirvil (be very careful , as Hemlock Water-Dropwort is starting to sprout now and looks very similar, but is deadly poisonous!)
Sea Purslane
Rock Samphire (still usable, but a bit over now, coastal)
Rose Hips
Common Sorrel
Ivy-Leaved Toadflax
Wood sorrel
Three-cornered leek

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