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Backpacking/Camping Post-Tooth Extraction - HELP!

I love all of these things. I'm actually looking forward to food shopping now - thanks!

May 23, 2013
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Backpacking/Camping Post-Tooth Extraction - HELP!

How creative (and I bet it tastes GREAT after miles of hiking)!

May 23, 2013
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Backpacking/Camping Post-Tooth Extraction - HELP!

Lake Tahoe. Looking forward to a long weekend in the wilderness. Work has been killing me!

May 23, 2013
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Backpacking/Camping Post-Tooth Extraction - HELP!

I do have one nearby! I was so hopeful about hummus (as I've been eating it straight from the spoon the last couple weeks), but worried about it going bad on the trip. This is great! Thanks!

May 23, 2013
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Backpacking/Camping Post-Tooth Extraction - HELP!

That's a great idea! Maybe some palak paneer would be good. I'll definitely need to bring some rinse with me...

May 23, 2013
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Backpacking/Camping Post-Tooth Extraction - HELP!

That sounds awful!! Thanks for the tip.

May 23, 2013
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Backpacking/Camping Post-Tooth Extraction - HELP!

It was, and I'm not on antibiotics. The doctor says I'm healing up nicely. I've been active the entire time (nothing too strenuous) and have been feeling fine. And, it's really closer to three weeks. :)

The only issue is my paranoia about getting small food particles in the socket, so I'm trying to think of creative things that are not too heavy, not too small, nor require a great deal of chewing. I'm thinking crustless bread, nutella - I like the idea of pre-made mashed beans and egg noodles (which don't really require chewing).

May 23, 2013
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Backpacking/Camping Post-Tooth Extraction - HELP!

Hi everyone,

My fiance and I are going backpacking for the long weekend, but I've had a tooth extracted and have been on a soft food diet for about two weeks now. I have been eating well at home (all the cottage cheese, yogurt, ice cream I can eat!), but am really struggling to come up with high calorie ideas for soft, relatively non-perishable food ideas. I'll bring some instant mashed potatoes, but unfortunately that requires a ton of water - any ideas would be GREATLY appreciated. I've searched everywhere to no avail.

Thanks in advance!

May 23, 2013
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Korean peppers

growing up, we dipped them in ssamjang.

Jan 17, 2013
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