Mountain House Pro-Pak Chicken Teriyaki (1 Pouch)

08/12/2013 - Comment

Chicken, rice, and vegetables with an oriental flavor. Product Features Mountain House Pro-Pak entrees are vacuum packed to give you a hearty 16-ounce entree from a compact four-ounce package Just mix contents with boiling water in the pouch provided, let stand for a few minutes, and then serve; resalable foil pouch helps retain warmth There’s

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Chicken, rice, and vegetables with an oriental flavor.

Product Features

  • Mountain House Pro-Pak entrees are vacuum packed to give you a hearty 16-ounce entree from a compact four-ounce package
  • Just mix contents with boiling water in the pouch provided, let stand for a few minutes, and then serve; resalable foil pouch helps retain warmth
  • There’s no wasted space for air, they fold up easily, so you can fit more in your backpack
  • Made in the USA
  • Mountain House Pro-Pak entrees are vacuum packed to give you a hearty 16-ounce entree from a compact four-ounce package!
  • 7 year shelf life
  • Just mix contents with boiling water in the pouch provided, let stand for a few minutes, and then serve
  • There’s no wasted space for air, they fold up easily, so you can fit more in your backpack.
  • resealable foil pouch helps retain warmth
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Comments

Mac T. "Lookout Ranger" says:

Perfect change of pace in my Oregon fire lookout tower I am staffing a fire lookout in the Oregon wilderness this fire season. It is my first time as a fire lookout (I’m a retired airline pilot). Although I do all the cooking back home on the East coast (in a dynamite gourmet kitchen), the scratch cooking and cleanup were wearing me down in the cramped confines of the lookout (15 X 15, no grid power, haul water for cooking and cleaning up 60 steps, etc).Then I discovered Mountain House Pro-Pak single-serving freeze dried entrees. I also buy…

Impulse buyer says:

big surprise in a little package I bought a bag over the weekend to test how edible this stuff was before my camping trip next month. i gotta say, this stuff really impressed me. it certainly doesn’t compare to something you’d get at a nice restaurant, but for something that’s freeze-dried and you only have to add hot water to, it was very impressive. i place the flavor somewhere around stouffer’s oven baked lasagna. it’s all crumbled up in the packaging, so it looks more like a can of chef boyardee lasagna.setup…

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