What kind of food does one need to carry while on trail?
Make an optimistic judgment of the groups’ requirements and preferences for various meals. The common preferences are the obvious choice of meals. Dry food like Kachoris, Thepla, Khakra, and Chivda last long and make nourishing snacks without adding too much weight to your sack. Fruits give immense nourishment. Other dry items like noodles, papad, pickles, jam provides variety over longer trails. Tea will be readily available at many of the villages. For even longer trails more items can be added depending on individual preferences. Chocolates and dry-fruits are extremely helpful in emergencies. The new packaged-precooked meals have proven to be a boon for the long-distance trekkers. One may no more leave their favourites dishes behind as there is an assortment of pre-cooked (add-boiling-water OR dip-in-boiling-water-for-2-minutes variety) meals available on the shelf. However since these packages serve only a couple of heads per package and are not the dehydrated form, they will add c