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I like to carry in pesto sauce to use with dinner.  I usually just carry in a jar from the store.  However, I'm heading out for a 14 day trip with no resupply.  I don't feel like carrying 3 glass jars around with me for the whole trip, considering how much food ill already be carrying.

Can someone help me with a better idea.  I am trying to find a plastic container I can put all 3 jars in.  I feel like I'm missing an obvious answer here.

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Ummm... nalgenes? Once emptied and rinsed you have additional water bottles.

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Here's an option:

http://www.trailcooking.com/recipes/dehydrated-pesto


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PostIcon Posted on: Aug. 22 2013, 11:53 pm Skip to the previous post in this topic. Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

Or dehydrate the premade sauce. http://www.google.com/search?....+sauces
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I carry my pesto in heavy duty heat sealed bags, Seal-a-Meal.  I've had messy experiences using screw top containers.  Don't forget the toasted pinion nuts and have a great time.
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A collapsible nalgene or platypus is my preffered container.  Go ahead and commit one to permanent pesto duty as the smell will not bleach out.

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check out these...from MLD website..maybe?

http://www.mountainlaureldesigns.com/shop...._id=182


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I use the powdered Pesto sause and just add the water or oil to it. Otherwise I suggest you do as the others have suggested.
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