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Old 01-17-19, 12:03 AM
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Originally Posted by TimothyH View Post
Definitely a risk.

Ultimately I'd like to use it to make nutrient dense foods for bikepacking and am just playing with it now. The product is really tasty though and I've been eating a bunch of it.

My understanding is that some meats should be cooked first as a safety precaution against salmonella and similar. I really don't know the general practice though, only what I've read. For example...

How to decide whether to precook meat when making dried beef jerky ? The Home Preserving Bible

I'd like to try some fish.

​​​​​​This is very cool, and I was going to ask if you could use it for that. You're going to save a lot of money vs eating Mountain House bags, and eat much better. I'm with you about it being heavier to about highly processed foods.
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