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I would also highly suggest that you pay Joe's Ultralight Backpacking website a visit. This link will take you to the food section.

Also look at this site.

3-Day Sample Menu from brettonstuff.com

The information that is contained on this page comes from an ultralight backpacking website that contains tons of information not only just on gear, but on food as well.  The information can be adapted to those who not only like to go hiking and backpacking, but for those that are out on Long Range Recon Patrols (LRRP) that away from your patol base or bug-out location.  

Since some of these items are or will be only available during pre-collapse times, it would be highly suggestive that you look at the type of items that are on this sample menu and if these are appealing to you, then purchase those items to that you can have them during disasters, social collapse, etc.

Remember, only get food that you eat in today's world.  If pasta, rice and other items that are contained on this site are not part of your diet that you eat now, then do not get them.  That would be a waste of not only money, but also food.  

I have many other pages on my site that contain information on food, recipes, and gear. Gather all the information that you need and start your planning sessions.

A 3-Day Sample Menu

I’ve dug all over the Internet for sample backpacking menus that provide enough calories but don’t cost a lot of weight. I have had little success finding good suggestions, so if you have any post-away.

Here’s what we typically take on a 3-day trip to feed two of us. We love food, so splurge on a few luxury items on day 1 like apples that are heavy but consumed quickly.

Day 1:
Lunch:

  • Trail Mix (8.9 oz)
  • 1/2 bar of dark choclate (1.5 oz)
  • Power Bar (2.3 oz)
  • Pre-made PB&J Sandwiches (13.8 oz)
  • 2 Apples (15.3 oz)
  • Dried Mango/Pineapple (2.8oz)

Dinner:

  • Mountain House Beef Stew (4.3 oz)
  • 1/2 bar of dark choclate (1.5oz)

Day 2:
Breakfast:

  • Alpen & Dried Milk (8.2 oz)

Lunch:

  • Trail Mix (8.9 oz)
  • 1/2 bar of dark choclate (1.5 oz)
  • Power Bar (2.3 oz)
  • Cheese (4.7 oz)
  • Crackers (3.2 oz)
  • Dried Mango/Pineapple (2.8oz)

Dinner:

  • Backpackers Pantry Katmandu Curry (4.3 oz)
  • 1/2 bar of dark choclate (1.5oz)
  • Mountain House Choclate Cheese Cake (5.5 oz)

Day 3:
Breakfast:

  • Alpen & Dried Milk (8.2 oz)

Lunch:

  • Trail Mix (8.9 oz)
  • 1/2 bar of dark choclate (1.5 oz)
  • Power Bar (2.3 oz)
  • Cheese (4.7 oz)
  • Crackers (3.2 oz)
  • Dried Mango/Pineapple (2.8oz)

Backup-Food:

  • Chicken Cashew Curry (6.3 oz)
  • 2 Power Bars (4.6 oz)

This is in reference to Alpen.  Alpen is a all natural Muesli and according to the package:  good source of fiber, 6g of protein, 12 vitamins and minerals, low in fat, low in salt, no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives.


If you have a natural food store near your location, they may have Muesli in bulk.  Check it out.

Food for the West Coast Trail. Menu for 6 day trip.

This information also comes from brettonstuff.com and this information can be found under his Food for the West Coast Trail post.  

Q: What food do you pack for 6 days on the west coast trail?

A: Good food.

Read on for my full menu.

I spent the day buying food, weighing it out, re-packaging it into ready-to-eat bags etc.

Here’s is what we are taking.

1. Freeze Dried Entrees

2. Desert (Cookies and Cheesecake)

3. Trail Mix

4. Dried Fruit

5. Beef Jerky

6. Aged Cheeses

7. Dark Choclate

8. Salami

9. Hummus Mix

10. Energy Bars

11. Alpen / Granola Cereal

12. Crackers

13. Coffee, Emergen-C, Nuun, Candy

14. Moose Goo & Tortillas

For the exact weight/menu breakdown, see below:

Note this is for 2 people to share, weights are in oz.

Item 14 is Moose Goo.  You can find the information on Moose Goo @:

Moose Goo on Joe's Ultralight Backpacking website

Here is a comment about Moose Goo again from Joe's Ultralight Backpacking website:  

One food tube supplies me with enough of the Goo to spread on my lunch tortillas for three days, two days if I'm really woofing the calories. Has a good shelf life too. One batch sat in my resupply box for several weeks, finished the JMT with me, and was still good after I got back home. Honey doesn't spoil! Guess the preservatives and stabilizers in the peanut butter help too.

Day1:
Lunch:
  • 1/2 choclate    1.6
  • 2 balance bar  4.2
  • Dried Mango   3.3
Dinner
  • Mountain House – Beef Stew 4.3
  • 1/2 choclate 1.6

Day2:
Breakfast:
  • Granola, Dried Milk      8.5
Lunch:
  • Nutty Trail Mix    8.0
  • 1/2 choclate      1.6
  • powerbar 2.6
  • powervar 2.5
  • cheese      4.8
  • crackers      2.7
  • salami      1.7
  • Dried Mango      3.9
Dinner
  • Chicken Terriyaki    5.4
  • cheesecake       4.2

Day3
Breakfast

  • Alpen, Dried Milk           8.1
Lunch:
  • Asian Trail Mix & Wassabi Peas           8.0
  • 1/2 choclate           1.6
  • powerbar            2.3
  • powerbar            2.3
  • Moose Goo           6.4
  • Tortilla (3 medium)           5.4
Beef Jerky           2.8
Dinner
  • Hawaiian Chicken           6.3
  • cookies           2.8

Day 4
Breakfast :

  • Alpren, Milk           8.5
Lunch: 
  • Trail Mix           8.1
  • choclaty balance bar           1.6
  • choclaty balance bar           1.6
  • cheese           5.0
  • crackers           2.8
  • salami           1.5
  • dried fruit           3.9
Dinner :
  • Mountain House – Beef Stew (1 Pack)           4.3
  • cookies           2.8

Day 5
Breakfast:

  • Granola, Dried Milk           8.3
Lunch:
  • Wasabi, Asian Trail Mix           8.0
  • 1/2 choclat           1.6
  • trail bar           1.7
  • trail bar           2.4
  • humus & olive oil           3.8
  • tortilla           5.4
  • dried fruit           3.9
  • beef jerky           2.8
Dinner:
  • Chili & Beans           6.9
  • 1/2 choclat           1.6

Day 6
Breakfast

  • Alpen, Dried Milk           8.6
Lunch:
  • Trail Mix           7.9
  • 1/2 choclate           1.6
  • powerbar           2.3
  • powerbar           2.3
  • crackers           2.8
  • hard cheese           5.0
  • salami           1.5

Misc Food

  • java drops           1.3
  • extra 2 trail bars           3.2
  • Nuun Tabs           1.7
  • Emergen-C           1.4
  • Coffee           1.6

Final Weight Total (lbs)       14.8

FOR LIKE MINDED PATRIOTS WHO WANT TO SURVIVE ANY AND ALL SITUATIONS THAT THEY MAY FACE.