I admit that I am not always on top of my game, and I don’t always replenish my hunting pack’s emergency food stash. I’m pretty sure the energy bars I have in my pack are probably around 10 years-old. Yes…really. They probably won’t be very tasty by the time I do end up needing to eat them, but I can handle bad flavor. I just wonder if the bars will even be edible. That got me thinking about switching up my hunting pack food contents to include foods that won’t spoil. That way, I don’t ever have to worry about anything going bad. That is perfect for me.
After some research, I decided I’m going to load up my pack with the following:
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