I'm going to Pennsic (any other SCAdians here, btw? ) and this year I won't have access to a cooler. Usually I drive there, so I just pack regular foods and stash them in the cooler with ice all week. This time I'm flying in, so any ideas for foods that can withstand 90-degree summer heat without refrigeration would be awesome. (well, hopefully it won't be quite 90* in the shade of my tent! But it will still be really hot and humid.)
So far all I can think of is dried fruit, nuts(?), and dehydrated vegetables. Actually I'm not sure if nuts would go rancid in the heat or not...I'm kind of thinking they might since they have oil in them. What about dry roasted chickpeas/beans? Any other ideas? I've tried googling, but pretty much all the on-topic links I've found are all about how to make jerky or otherwise preserve meats for camping; yuck! Not what I'm looking for, obviously.