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Antarctica Food & Drink

Pemmican

Pemmican is the number one food on Antarctic expeditions. Pemmican is made of ground and dried meat and fat to provide sufficient energy.

Bannock

Another Antarctica traditional food to fight the bitter cold is Bannock, a bread of sorts that has wide international appeal. The calorie-rich bread is tasty and easy to make, even in the cold of Antarctica’s icy nights.

Hoosh

Hoosh is a mix of Pemmican with bread or biscuits – add a little water (or ice) to get it down. Though served for the historical experience, most travelers prefer tastier conserves nowadays.

Chocolate

The best for last – no worries about Chocolate melting in Antarctica! And the calorie-rich and healthy snack can be eaten guilt-free for nourishment on your Antarctica trip.

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