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    Oh YES it is! and Dill Havarti!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hikes in Rain View Post
    Laughing Cow and other sealed cheeses come with free fire starters, as well. (The wax)
    Pure genius!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EastCoastFeastCoast View Post
    I almost ALWAYS bring summer sausage and cheddar. I'm going to try that smoked cheddar next time!
    My summer sausage was good, but not as good as the home made deer sausage a good ol Georgia boy gave me at Woody Gap. I carry Cabot cheddar and am going to try the smoked variety next trip. Once had a can of the Kraft canned stuff in my food bag. Somehow the top came off, even with tape to hold it on, and the remains of a partial can filled the voids in the food bag quite throughly. Glad I was on the way home
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    Quote Originally Posted by hikinfool36 View Post
    I am sick of peanut butter for lunch.
    A-h-h-h...stone the heretic!

    Peanut butter...a perfect food, makes a great sandwich...made exceptional when bacon is added!
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    hard cheeses, get ones with a rind on it, it will mean less surface area for mold to grow, carefull where you toss the moldly cheese,
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    Quote Originally Posted by hikinfool36 View Post
    I am sick of peanut butter for lunch. I do like spam on a large English muffin with Arby's sauce, but I would like some cheese with it. Most cheese are bad when they get warm. Any ideas.

    Cheese is not bad when it gets warm. It just gets all messy, I found that sharp chedder is the best.
    I don't know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaiter View Post
    hard cheeses, get ones with a rind on it, it will mean less surface area for mold to grow, carefull where you toss the moldly cheese,

    Mold is cheese, hello!!, cheese is mold
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    Quote Originally Posted by DBT fan View Post
    Pure genius!
    Umm... I have a video of the How to firestarter on Youtube

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4MWJFZLiGhU

    Enjoy!!
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    regular white string cheese is good. Used it on my last section.
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    Heh... even though I have a genuine dislike for MREs, I'm still ok with the cheese spread in that. Unfortunately, if all you want is the cheese, getting the entire MRE is kind of a waste.

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    Try wrapping your hard cheese in butcher's paper. I saw someone with it on a five day trip and at the end of the trip it was still good.

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    In my experience hard cheeses fare much better in warm weather than, say, most Cheddar cheeses. Try putting your cheese in your hydration bladder's sleeve to keep it cooler.

    Whatever you doo store cheese in a TIGHTLY sealed double Ziploc baggie B/C the oils from warm cheeses can get everywhere. (Don't ask.)

    Eric

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