You can bring cold foods for the first day, but you need to pack items stable platform for the next day. Canned products are safe, but heavy, so that the menu of your care plan. Advances in food technology have produced relatively lightweight base that does not need refrigeration or careful packaging. For example: peanut butter jars, plastic boxes of juice concentrate canned tuna, ham, chicken and beef noodle soups dry jerky and other dried meats, dried foods dried fruits and nuts of powdered milk and fruit drinks 5. If you cook the meat or poultry on a portable stove or a fire, you need a way to determine when it is done and safe to eat.
Color is not a reliable indicator of cooking, and can be especially difficult to tell the color of the food you are cooking in a wooded area at night. It is essential to use a food thermometer when cooking hamburgers. Ground beef may be contaminated with E. coli, a particularly dangerous strain of bacteria. Illnesses have occurred even when ground beef patties are cooked until no pink visible. The only way to ensure that ground beef patties cooked safely is to use a food thermometer and cook the burger until it reaches 160 F. o Be sure to clean the thermometer between uses.
6. To keep food cold, you need a source cold. A block of ice keeps over ice cubes. Before leaving home, the freezing of cleaning, packaging, empty milk cartons filled with water to make blocks of ice or use frozen gel packs. Fill the cooler with ice or frozen food. Pack foods in reverse order. The first foods packed should be foods that last used. (There is one exception: pack raw meat or poultry below ready to eat to prevent raw meat or poultry juices from dripping on other foods.) 7. Camping stores sell camping biodegradable soap in liquid and solid. But use it sparingly, and keep away from rivers, lakes, streams and springs, since they pollute. If you use soap to clean your pots, wash the pots at the campsite, not at the water’s edge. Dump dirty water on dry ground, away from fresh water. Some campers use baking soda to wash their utensils. Pack disposable wipes for cleaning hands quickly. 8. If you are planning to fish, check with your fish and game agency or state health department to see where you can fish safely, then follow these guidelines for fish: scale, gut and clean fish as soon as they Live fish caught can be kept on stringers or in live wells, as long as they have enough water and enough room to move and breathe Wrap fish, both whole and cleaned, in water-tight plastic and store on ice Keep 3-4 inches of ice on the bottom of the fridge. Alternate layers of fish and ice Shop fresh out of the sun and covered with a blanket Once home, eat fresh fish from 1-2 days or freeze. For superior quality, use frozen fish within 3 to 6 months in September. If using a cooler, leftover food is safe only if the cooler still has ice. Otherwise discard leftover food.