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A weeks food isn't really that much. Track what you eat at home in a weeks time and that will give you an idea what to pack. Freeze all the meats and pre cool the ice box
 

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I've eaten a few MREs backpacking. You are absolutely correct about high calories! I happen to favor the spaghetti one. Had one that had some kind of ham stuff and wasn't happy.

Binding up isn't a bad thing when you don't have a real head!
My fave was beans in tomato sauce heck I even still have my p38 from c rats
 

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My wife and I both love to cook. Just trying to figure out the whole space vs time issue on the smaller boats. We both are avid campers but can just hop in the car to go to the store. Not so easy around here on the water.
Plenty of time to cook out on the hook and as far as storage of the foods I have a years worth on my 24 ft islander (canned and freeze dried) and if you eat fish there's a couple fresh dinners right there in addition to relaxing activity.
 
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