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I take chicken in a pouch from Tyson Foods. Packed with no need to keep it cold. I add it to freeze dried meal like Pasta Premivera. It's actually really good.http://www.tyson.com/Products/Premium-Chunk-White-Chicken-Breast-Pouch.aspx
Keep your pack as lite as possible. Make sure your pack, tent and sleeping bag are all lite weight items. I had a 5+ pound backpack. Now I have a 1.5 pound pack. My tent for one person is less than 3 pounds. Certainly no need for a shovel I think you meant a hand trowel. But even that is unnecessary weight. Use a stick! Also I would suggest looking into some good trail shoes instead of boots. Boots are heavy on your feet/legs every step. Backpacking is something everyone should try.Many trails are short only a mile or two and can lead you to a fun and great experience.
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