How do I prepare my evening meal?
Have you decided to go bivouacking? This meal is therefore important as it not only helps you recover from your day but also helps you to start off in top form the next day.
This meal is often more elaborate than lunch as you have more time available. It must satisfy the requirements of a day of exercise whilst being pleasurable. Do not forget that it should also be light and easy to transport.
Dinner can start with a dry soup. Opt with those that include vermicelli which increases energy intake and/or those which contain pieces of chicken or fish to increase protein intake. This soup can be completed with pasta, which is easy to carry and rich in energy, it must be accompanied by protein which can be found in tinned tuna for example. To facilitate transportation and primarily to provide variety to meals, you can also opt for dehydrated meals designed for this type of exercise. These meals are light, easy to carry and above all else, varied: Chicken curry pasta, Pasta Bolognese, shepherd's pie...
To end the meal, dessert can be a fruit compote or a rice cake to increase the intake of carbohydrates.