lucky420 wrote:Tortillas...always and forever
Savannah wrote:Sunkix4 wrote:Dork wrote:cheap bread (you want the stuff with preservatives)
Good call! I'm anti preservatives, but I never thought of their benefits at Burning Man.
It doesn't have to be Wonder Bread or anything. It just can't be fresh artisan bakery bread that bills itself proudly as "no preservatives" and is meant to be consumed in 2-3 days tops.
You can still get whole grain commercially made bread. Just store it in a cool, dry place (not in the car or a hot tent) and open it daily for up to 30 minutes to air it out, preferably facing away from wherever the wind is coming from. This is counter-intuitive, leaving bread open, but it can keep bread nice for 5+ days. Last year I never did get mold at all, actually.
But concentrate it in your early meals, just in case.
PhoenixFemmeFatale wrote:You can make and freeze PB&J in advance. Individually wrap them and put them in a box (an Eggo box works well) that is also wrapped/zip locked to prevent them from getting squished - they're kinda tasty when its hot and they're still a little frozen.
AntiM wrote:We have a propane camp oven and bake fresh rolls and biscuits daily.
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