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Gourmet Backpacking food is an oxymoron

After hiking 15 miles with a 60 lb pack I have had some top ramen that made an epic meal comparable to my first sampling of Ciopino. It's a matter of perspective, I do not see it being satisfying on a long voyage.

You might want to look in on a river runners forum. I have heard tales of steaks and lobsters for 3 weeks. I believe it calls for freezing, dry ice and a big cooler. It would help to have a 16' raft to follow you to carry all these provisions, but possibly though there are some ideas to be borrowed from there.

Canned Tuna, Chicken, Clams, Salmon are all good, Costco would be a good source for this.
Smoked meats and sausages: Tons of interesting varieties available.

Yes good food is important. I crossed the gulf of mexico surviving on crackers and granola bars, not a lot of fun.
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Whole cuts of meat that have been dry cured and aged or smoked can be sliced and eaten raw. Westpahlian ham from germany or Serrano from spain are two....prosciutto as has been mentioned..from Parma Italy is considered the best of the Italian variety.

Pickling also preserves meats, Pickeled pigs feed, hocks...if you feel brave.
There are also Polish kielbasas out there that are pretty good..
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I used to buy country hams from these folks every time I visited my father who lived near them. I see that you can order online.

Clifty Farm Country Meats • Paris, Tennessee • Order Online
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In eastern NC, there is something called a Tom Thumb - a sausage product that is encased in the outer lining of a pig's stomach. They are typically stored by hanging in cool damp places. Often mistaken for bats by those who encounter them and are not familiar with them Gourmet? Hmmm.
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