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Camp food on the go

In honor of this year's Outside Guide, check out these locally made options for food you can take on the go

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Food For The Sole

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Food For The Sole is a mother-son team located in Bend that makes healthful portable food for people heading out on adventures. The bags of cold-soak meals, include a triple peanut slaw or zesty miso broccoli slaw. If you've brought a stove, Food For The Sole makes five hearty meals including garlic green bean and cashew stir-fry. Hungry adventurers can also find two breakfast options and a cherry crisp to satisfy the sweet tooth. For those backcountry enthusiasts who don't want to take the old-school Meals Ready to Eat, you can pick up some Food For The Sole at Mountain Supply and Gear Fix in Bend or order online from the Food For The Sole's website.

Food For The Sole
740-473-6411
foodforthesole.co

Hungry Hikers

Hungry Hikers owner Stacie Murray makes "One Pot Wonders," freeze dried, gourmet adventure food that's based in Bend. Murray is a world-traveling adventure chef with over 15 years of culinary experience. Hungry Hikers sells four hearty meals that require some water, a heat source and a few minutes to cook—instead of re-hydrating. Famished folks in the outdoors can buy Chicken Pot Pie, Sheppard's Pie, Beef Stroganoff or Murray's Hurried Curry from the online store. Hungry Hikers also sells freeze-dried groceries so you can make your own tasty grub.

Hungry Hikers
hungryhikers.com

Meli Wraps

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You've got the yummy camp food—but what do you do when you don't quite finish it all? Practicing Leave No Trace principles is always ideal when you're in the outdoors—and Meli Wraps, based in both Bend and Kauai, makes that easier. The beeswax food wraps let you forego the foil or plastic you may be using to wrap food items, replacing those throwaway items with something you can wash and reuse over and over.

Meli Wraps
Available at local retailers
meliwraps.com

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