Extreme Cooking Tips And Advice: Take Honey To Your Camp Instead OF Any Other Sweet

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Honey is a superb kind of food that can be used in place of many other kinds of products among the provisions for any sort of outdoor adventure.

This natural product is excellent for your health and can be used very easily in place of all and any sort of seeteners for te, coffee, mate tea and other hot beverages, but also can replace jams, marmalades and many other things that we normally use just because they are swwe or contain sugar. And while some people may prefer to use artificial sweetener in their daily lives, whenever one goes to the wilderness, synthetic sweet products should give way to natural ones bbecause of health and nutrition issues.


Preparing biscuits over some embers, with honey.
Preparing biscuits over some embers, with honey.

Artificial sweeteners have been invented for two reasons: To replace sugar because it contributes to inrement people´s weight and because artifical products are cheaper for companies that produce sweets and candies. Both concerns have no reason to exist in the wilderness; there you need what natural sweets give you, and you don´t need the help of artifical sweeteners to lose weight.

But sugar imples some concerns nevertheless and thus, honey comes to the rescue because its consumption it doesn´t entail the same consequences for your metabolism, plus, replacing many different sorts of products with just one simplifies logistics, particularly in large or extended expeditions.


Norwegian grott and Argentinean mate, both sweetened with honey.
Norwegian grott and Argentinean mate, both sweetened with honey.

This is no small issue both because simplicty means less expense and less variety implies monotony; hone and a little creativity, however, can solve both aspects of the problem: First of all, by replacing different sorts of sweet products among your provisions with just honey the solution to the first part of the question becomes obvious. But the second one can be solved too, easily: Since honey can be used almost in the same fashion as sugar in a variety of ways, you can actually produce your own sweets and candies during your trip.


Jars made out of reinforced plastic, with a wide lid, used to carry honey.
Jars made out of reinforced plastic, with a wide lid, used to carry honey.

The best way to carry honey in a backpack is to have a crystalised product inside a plastic container, period. Whenever you go shopping for honey consider that the more fluid it is, the lesser its quality; good honey that is almost solid is expensive but will not spill inside your pack with obvious consequences. Then, never carry any honey inside a brittle container; take it out of any glass or fragile plastic jar, and pour your precious honey inside a reinforced plastic one with a wide lid; in this way you will be able to easily take it out with a spoon, in the right proportion and measure.


An excellent sort of fast food for your mountain excrusions: Bread with a honey and nuts spread.
An excellent sort of fast food for your mountain excrusions: Bread with a honey and nuts spread.



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