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02/26/2014 08:08PM  
Reading in the recent post about spuds, and then the talk about sweet potatoes, it made me think of this.

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02/26/2014 09:23PM  
What have you tried?
 
Me2012
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02/26/2014 09:32PM  
Thanks Kevin
 
wingnut
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02/27/2014 07:30AM  
The pumpkin pie bark sound like it would go well in GORP.
 
mr.barley
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02/27/2014 03:52PM  
Great link, Kevin
 
Swampturtle
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02/27/2014 04:46PM  
Thank you for the link, lots of good stuff.
 
goaljohnbill
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02/28/2014 09:55AM  
Very nice I am marking this thread down
 
Bwoods
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03/02/2014 04:56PM  
Interesting concept. I am thinking the pumpkin apple bark made into a warm pudding and then topped with rehydrated whole apple slices and a a melted carmel sauce made with powdered milk. Or a cold pudding topped with gorp mix for a great no cook side dish.
 
03/03/2014 02:43PM  
quote Jeemon: "What have you tried?"

Sorry Jeemon, I have not tried any of them. I just booked marked it awhile back when I ran across it.

I can see how it would work though as I currently do re fried beans and they look about the same going into the dehydrator trays.
 
SourisMan
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03/11/2014 06:11PM  
I tried the pumpkin pie bark today. I like how it turned out. It has some sweetness to it, but it's not the overly sweet taste that some fruit rollups have. I think it'd be a nice little treat on a canoe trip.
 
OBX2Kayak
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03/11/2014 08:35PM  
Thanks for the link. I've done marinara and it is good. Now to try the others.


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