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Food For Sea Kayaking Expeditions

In the past Unexplored Scotland has provided all expedition food and it did work well till recently. Over the years we have started to get more specific dietary requirements and COVID19 has exasperated and accelerated the effect to change the way we provide food. As of 1 July 2021, we will only provide dinner, tea and coffee. It gives you more options on what to get for your lunch and breakfast and we won’t buy something you may not want. Dinner is a different story though. It is much easier to cook dinner for specific dietary requirements and have a communal meal instead of individual meals.

What we provide:

  • Cooked dinner
  • Tea and coffee

What you would have to bring:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Snacks

Here are some handy tips of what to bring

We have years experience on what works well for sea kayaking expeditions and what kind of food doesn’t work well or should be avoided.

Breakfast

  • Ready porridge
  • Muesli
  • Bagels with butter and jam/marmelade
  • You can make bacon/egg rolls if you bring your own cooker and pan (rolls go off after a day or 2)

Lunch

  • Bagels (they last about a week, check dates)
  • Pitta bread and wraps (check dates)
  • Sliced continental hard cheese (Emmenthal, Edam, Gouda etc)
  • Salami, dry-cured or smoked meat
  • Apples
  • Dried fruit
  • Nuts
  • Other non-perishable or food that doesn’t need to be kept refrigerated

Snacks

  • Chocolate bars
  • Cereal bars

What does not work!

  • Bananas (they bruise too easily)
  • Most fruit apart from apples (they bruise too easily)
  • Soft fruit (they go off too quickly)
  • Ready-made rolls, wraps or sandwiches (goes off or soggy)
  • Normal porridge (too messy)
  • Yoghurts
  • Cheese blocks
  • Sliced cheddar (they stick together when warm and crumble)
  • Ham, beef or similar cold cuts
  • Anything that needs to be refrigerated (except for food mentioned above)

Please contact us if you have any questions about what food to take or avoid.