Welcome Fellow Foodies!

The old phrase “you are what you eat” is a clever saying you shouldn’t take lightly! It goes way beyond the physical component… your mental health is also directly effected by what you eat (or don’t eat!) 

With food being our primary source of vitamins, minerals, anti-oxidants, and caloric energy (just to name a few), you can only imagine how much impact our food choices truly have on our bodies! Staying properly fuelled in both every day life and in the backcountry will not only improve your overall mental and physical health, but will improve your performance and keep your hanger at bay!

* For those of you who may not know, hanger/being hangry is defined, by us youngins’, as the angry, irritable state one falls into when they’re hungry*

Backcountry Meal Ideas

Coming up with a meal plan can be daunting. Looking for some suggestions? We've got you covered!

Backcountry Recipes

Recipes that are lightweight, easy to prep - even easier to cook - but taste delicious and are full of nutrients.

DIY: Dehydrate

There are plenty of dehydrated or ready-to-eat snacks and meals available to buy at local grocery and outdoor sports stores... but be prepared to pay a pretty penny! This is where at home dehydrating comes to the rescue!!!

Kitchen Recipes

Wholesome and nutritious recipes for you at home. Most are inspired through using crops that you're able to grow right in your garden!

"Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food"


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