Re: Backpacking Lunch

I typically do wraps of some sort for lunches.

  • Wraps with tuna, cheese, sauce (like mayo or hot sauce packet)
  • Wraps with salami and cheese and mustard
  • Wraps with peanut butter or nutella and dried fruit
  • Wraps with chicken (packet) and nuts and mayo

You could also eat all of that on crackers, or some people carry mini-bagels.

Otherwise, I usually go with heavy snacks as everyone's mentioned.

On shorter days where you can do a longer lunch, it is nice to pull out the stove and cook a freeze-dried meal or something that takes a bit more time to throw together.

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Re: Backpacking Lunch

I am with @Wanderer .  Flour tortillas with peanut butter and jelly for me.  It provides the satisfaction of a sandwich with a nice carb load to get you through to dinner. 

Lunch is always a time for a 'treat' as well (mine is red vines).   

*Tip* I load up on free jelly/jams from hotel breakfast bars.  My peanut butter source is usually Justin's although you can often find some of these in hotels as well.   

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