My husby and I just started to get into backpacking and I really need some help on how to be as raw as possible on 4-5 day trips when we have to store all of our food in bear canisters and pack out all our raw bar wrappers or fruit peels. Last trip I didn't have the greens figured out and felt really sick :( If anyone has any advice on which fruit/veggies pack well without becoming a stinky squishy mess in a bear canister five days later, please let me know.
Here's what I'm thinking to bring so far: Lots of Raw Revolution organic greens super food bars, other raw bars, raw nuts, apricots maybe berries, raw crackers, some date/oat granola.
What you have listed is great. For a 4 to 5 day trip, you usually have to stay with dehydrated stuff. Fresh food is just too heavy to carry in sufficient quantities. You could plan to eat fresh food the first day or two (choose things that have very little peel or seeds left over so that you don't have to pack too much out) and then finish up the trip with dry stuff.
Maybe greens/salad in a ziplock bag already prepped for day 1 (you can reuse the bag for other purposes once the salad is gone). Then have stone fruits, grapes, kiwis, or berries on day two. These fruits don't have too much waste material. Then eat the dried stuff to finish the trip out.
I've read before that some people bring dehydrated green powders with them, nori sheets, or even maintain sprouting bags/jars to make greens while they walk. Root vegetables, also, can survive a few days out of refrigeration, and won't be smashed. Are you going to try and forage wild greens or berries while you go? Good luck.