Condiments for Backpacking





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Published on Sep 24, 2010

Here is a selection of condiments and accessories that I use for backpacking. You could add some of these to your Bug Out Bag, or to your survival stash as well. I am a firm believer in maximum use of storage and packing light.

Here are some important Details about the Condiments

I got the Lemon Juice packets, Honey Packets and Tabasco Packets at Boston Market Restaurants. Some of the items I ordered from Minimus.biz, I also picked up some of the items while on travel, because I travel a lot.

You can also buy various types of heinz condiment packets in bulk at places like Sam's Club, Costco, BJ's warehouse retailers. Typically Asian Restaurants have soy/duck sauce; Mexican restaurants have tabasco or hot sauce in small packets;

Here is a link to some important documents:

1) This document is from Heinz Corporation and it describes how to read the stamped lot numbers on there products condiments packages to determine when they were manufactured, and then you can determine how much time is left before they may expire:


2) This document tells you some locations and nutrtion facts of some of the condiments packets I describe in the video as well as some more common ones like ketchup, mustard, etc that I did not discuss.



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