Making Bark in your dehydrator

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Making Bark in your dehydrator.

photo credit backpackingchef.com
photo credit backpackingchef.com

 

Why Bark?

  • When you cook and rehydrate Bark with other vegetables and meat, your backpacking meal turns into a thick stew with flavorful sauciness.
  • Because you make Bark from starchy foods high in complex carbohydrates, your hearty meal will power you up the next mountain with calories to spare.
  • Bark makes a great backpacking food because it weighs in at a couple of ounces per serving dry. Ten pounds of potatoes barks down to just eleven ounces.
  • If you run out of fuel or water, you can munch on Bark dry. Bark will reconstitute right in your mouth. Pumpkin Pie Bark goes in like a chip and down like pie!
  •  http://www.backpackingchef.com/food-dehydrator-recipes.html