When "Extreme-Danger" fire restrictions are in effect, stoves and fires are not allowed in the backcountry.
What to eat? Here are some ideas ...
• Energy Bars
• Cereal Bars
• Dried Fruit
• Cheese - hard cheeses last longer
• Crackers and ...
• Prepared meats - salami, tuna, sausages, spam, smoked salmon, ...
• Precooked meats - chicken, tinned hot dogs, ...
• Granola/cereal & milk
• Pancakes (pre-made)
• Sandwiches - Peanut butter, jelly, banana, tuna, ...
• Wraps - Chicken, cheese, ...
• Bagel sandwich - bagels last longer than bread
• Cheese Board
• Salad - add meat, cheese, pasta, etc
• Mexican - burritos, chips, bean dip, guacamole, salsa, ...
An example of no-cooking food use
Meals Ready to Eat (MRE) (usually heaters not included, need to be purchased separately)
• BePrepared (Small orders possible)
• Ready Store (Small orders possible, free shipping but higher prices)
• Google shopping
Beverage Bags (for beverage powders, heater not included - alternatively, put powder+water in previously-used heater pouch, fold and heat ala an MRE)
• The Epicenter
• MRE Depot