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Vegan recipes using only dry/canned or frozen foods

2 vegans camping it around aus

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Ashlyn Ashlyn WA Posts: 104
1 5 Jan 2013
Hello lovely people =D

I really need your help..
My partner and I are travelling around Australia this year,starting in April...and will keeping travelling until our funds run out. But i am hoping at least a couple of years on the road.
We are going to be camping and spending weeks at a time in the bush.

I need some healthy and tasty meals that I can make using only dry and canned ingredients and frozen ingredients but only a very small amount of freezer stuff.
Just need a few different ones. So i can always have emergency meals.

Thankyou =]=]=]
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Kelsey1 MsDrago Kelsey1 MsDrago United States Posts: 818
2 6 Jan 2013
List of necessities:
-Canned fruit (Peaches and pears...)
-Canned veggies (Corn and peas...)
-Vegetarian refried beans
-Canned black beans
-Canned red beans
-Tofu (Should come in a freezer package)
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Navo Navo VIC Posts: 59
3 6 Jan 2013
Fry 1 can of chick peas (drained) for 2-4 minutes or until softened.
Add a can of crushed tomatoes (the kind with added herbs, garlic, onion).
Add salt and curry powder to taste.
Simmer for 5-10 or until chick peas are tender.
Serve with boiled rice.

Nothing fancy but that's all canned/dry! (Except the water for the rice, but I've assumed you'll have water)
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Ashlyn Ashlyn WA Posts: 104
4 8 Jan 2013
awesome ideas guys, keep them coming =]
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le gabrielle le gabrielle QLD Posts: 214
5 8 Jan 2013
cans of baked beans and spaghetti, maybe foods like Leda bars (for snacks) that have a long ~shelf life~. those two fruits things in the plastic containers that keep forever, uhm.. you could always take like a box of taco shells and some refried beans tongue tacos on the go nomnom.
gah sorry this was probably really unhelpful - if i think of anything else i shall return.
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Anthony Anthony WA Posts: 216
6 8 Jan 2013
You can veganise some of the meal ideas here - http://www.bibbulmuntrack.org.au/trip-planner/food/

TVP is also superlightweight and versatile.
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Ashlyn Ashlyn WA Posts: 104
7 11 Jan 2013
Anthony said:
You can veganise some of the meal ideas here - http://www.bibbulmuntrack.org.au/trip-planner/food/

TVP is also superlightweight and versatile.
Wow thanks, i never thought of that, great idea. thanks =]
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Daft_Punk Daft_Punk SA Posts: 139
8 11 Jan 2013
Canned beans (all kinds!) Great for protein.

A nice and easy salad I like consists of canned corn kernels, canned black beans, and diced tomato, avocado and purple onion. Of course avocado probably can't be canned so you can substitute that with cucumber happy
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Ashlyn Ashlyn WA Posts: 104
9 17 Jan 2013
Daft_Punk said:
Canned beans (all kinds!) Great for protein.

A nice and easy salad I like consists of canned corn kernels, canned black beans, and diced tomato, avocado and purple onion. Of course avocado probably can't be canned so you can substitute that with cucumber happy
canned cucumber? huh
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Daft_Punk Daft_Punk SA Posts: 139
10 17 Jan 2013
Ashlyn said:
Daft_Punk said:
Canned beans (all kinds!) Great for protein.

A nice and easy salad I like consists of canned corn kernels, canned black beans, and diced tomato, avocado and purple onion. Of course avocado probably can't be canned so you can substitute that with cucumber happy
canned cucumber? huh
Lol I'm not sure if canned diced cucumber exist either but maybe you can look for it
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