Recipes are too subjective. Suggest you examine any of the several
backpacking recipe books like the Roughing It Easy series. There are
incredibly delicious freeze dried meals on the market these days.
Expensive emergency rations but light, easy to prepare, and nutritious.
I'm not a fan of carbohydrate-based bike touring plans. Eat lots of
locally produced foods. if you can find them, like fresh fruits and
veggies. Here in Idaho, you might run into locally superb peahces,
cherries, strawberries, melons, lamb, veal, buffalo, beef, ostrich,
steelhead, crawfish, trout, salmon, and sturgeon. Wines. Baked goods.
The trick is to get off the bike and walk around the little towns. Stop at
those roadside stalls.
david boise ID
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"Read the manual."