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    A fan favorite w/ hard cheese and crackers.

    Not sure leaving anything in a creek overnight that smells like food is a very good idea on a number of levels.
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    You can buy Spanish style chorizo in very small sizes, like two ounces per sausage, in a double pack. It's also available in a low sodium version. This small size leaves nothing to worry about - open it up from the casing and consume at one meal. Chorizo is a bit spicy, but not excessively so - slice it very thin if that's an issue for you. Also, Walmart sells small packages of bacon bits - one ounce. This too means you don't have to worry about spoilage. A lot of calories in a small package.

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    What about Slim Jims? Aren't they considered summer sausage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuxhiker View Post
    What about Slim Jims? Aren't they considered summer sausage?
    Them things have a longer shelf life than a McDonald's cheeseburger!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuxhiker View Post
    What about Slim Jims? Aren't they considered summer sausage?
    are they considered food??

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    You can order grass fed beef sticks that have no nitrates for preservation from Amazon.I normally take a couple with me per outing.Next trip I intend to have presliced my meat sticks into bite size chunks and have them in the freezer bag that my bean,tater,or rice meal will go in so they will be ready to go when the entree is added.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JNI64 View Post
    Them things have a longer shelf life than a McDonald's cheeseburger!
    I've got bad news for you. I bought a lot for a 3 week trip to the Catskills in NY. It was a few weeks before the trip and they went funny and I had to throw them out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NY HIKER 50 View Post
    I've got bad news for you. I bought a lot for a 3 week trip to the Catskills in NY. It was a few weeks before the trip and they went funny and I had to throw them out.
    The McDonald's cheeseburgers or the slim jims?Jim's?

    Second thought gotta be the slim jims, I think the cheeseburgers have a longer shelf life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JNI64 View Post
    The McDonald's cheeseburgers or the slim jims?Jim's?

    Second thought gotta be the slim jims, I think the cheeseburgers have a longer shelf life.
    It's the Slim Jim's. The only thing with a longer shelf life is Twinkies!

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    Costco sells Hempler's uncured Landjaeger, individually wrapped in 1.5 oz sticks roughly 12 inches long. Good quality sausage and no refrigeration required.

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