Mountain House Freeze Dried Food

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Mountain House Freeze Dried Food
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What? No freeze dried unicorn?

As with all these freeze-dried foods, the important thing to check is the “serving size”. As we all know, these are intended for emergency use, and in an emergency, chances are you’ll be burning a lot of calories. At around 250 calories per serving for these, you’ll need a whole 10-serving can a day just to keep up with your calorie usage. you’d be better buying jars of peanut butter and replacing them every year or so. Cheaper and more protein!

I used to work itinerant all over Alaska. We had to carry our own food with out to remote communities where there are no stores or restaurants. Mountain House Freeze dried foods were one of my favorite things to bring. The flavors that I had were more than average in taste. The pasta kept it’s shape.

Note: leave the table salt at home. I’ve sampled MH, Backpackers pantry, Wise, and a host of others. One thing they all have in common is sodium content. MH was my favorite and are obtainable just about at any store (walmart for example). If you are stocking your emergency pantry, don’t forget to store enough water for each meal. I prefer the water pouches because they are cheap and they have a shelf life of 5 years, heat or cold doesn’t affect them either. You can get water in cans that have over a 10 year shelf life but is way more costly. After you store all that water for your food, don’t forget to save some for yourself :wink:

I initially bought these for backpacking. Splitting the cans into individual servings was cheaper than buying pouches. I find the quality quite good. The sweet and sour pork surpasses our local Chinese restaurant. Now rather than ordering out we often just make a couple servings of MH. Now I am using it to replace survival rations that outdate after a couple years.

Ah, good ol peanut butter diarrhea. great for a survival situation

Looks the same in and out.

Recycling potential?

I liked them when I went on a 50 mile hike. Good in general when you are hiking since you always carry or have access to a water source (with filters of course).

Quite tasty if you don’t want to go through the trouble of making the meal yourself and buying the $3k-4k freeze dryer.