Yesterday, this question was asked: How can I create a varied (or at least tasty) menu for a 12 day hike whilst using as few ingredients as possible?
It was closed by a moderator, with the comment:
While this is a very interesting question, it is not a good fit for Seasoned Advice. If there were a Stack Exchange site for camping/hiking it would be better suited there. We are not equipped to address a 12 day meal plan, nor do we offer advice on what to eat.
To which I've responded (slightly reformatted), and voted for re-opening:
Although I'd agree that if there were a hiking/camping site, it would be more appropriate, there isn't one, and this relates to cooking just as much as:
Where do we draw the line between this question, which involves cooking out-of-doors, and had extra constraints due to weight and limited options for re-supply, and any other type of questions asking for recommendations on what to cook, given other similar constraints (e.g., limited gear for a college student)?
In some ways, I want this question to stay open because I can think of a few people who might have some good answers (e.g., the coordinator of the local Boy Scout region; a co-worker who spent 6 months hiking the Appalachian Trail last year)
I could see making it a community wiki (or any of the others I've listed), as there's no single authoritative answer for any of them, but I'm of the opinion that it's still on-topic, even if it's not the type of cooking that most of us do every day.