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Backpackers Pantry Fettuccine Alfredo w/ Chicken Freeze Dried Food Pouch

Backpackers Pantry Fettuccine Alfredo w/ Chicken Freeze Dried Food Pouch – $11.79

Backpacker’s Pantry CREME BRULEE 4.5 oz 2 SERVINGS Camp survival Food SEALED – $12.99
Features:
*Type: Freeze-Dried
*Expiration: 01/11/24
*UPC: 048143023036

Backpackers Pantry Meal Lot Of 3 Colorado Omelet Chana Masala Red Beans & Rice – $32.99
Features:
*Type: Freeze-Dried

Backpackers Pantry BEEF STROGANOFF WITH NOODLE 5.2oz.- 2 Servings FACTORY SEALED – $12.99
Features:
*Type: Freeze-Dried
*Expiration: 01/11/24
*UPC: 048143024101

Backpacker’s Pantry Kathmandu Curry | Freeze Dried Backpacking & Camping Food – $13.64
Features:
Size: Pouch (1 – Count)

MILITARY MRE – YOUR CHOICE MENU – 2021 INSPECTION

MILITARY MRE – YOUR CHOICE MENU – 2021 INSPECTION – $10.75

MRE U.S. MILITARY Case A/B 4 Random Draw – MEAL, READY TO EAT – $37.50

NEW MRE Singles – 2022 Inspection Date – US MILITARY Meals Ready to Eat – $9.99

Case Of 14 SOPAKCO MRE Emergency Ready to Eat 09/20 Inspect Date REDUCED SODIUM – $58.99

MRE MILITARY 2022 INSPECTION Case A or B you pick FREE U.S. SHIPPING – $90.00

USGI Military MRE Meals Ready To Eat 24 Meals Case A & B Inspection 2022 – $197.99

MRE U.S. MILITARY Case A/B 4 Random Draw – MEALS READY TO EAT – $29.99

12ct case MRE Meals Ready-to-eat US Military Surplus A Menus 1-12, 2021-inspect – $89.99

Case SOPAKCO MRE Emergency Ready to Eat 09/20 Inspect Date REDUCED SODIUM – $59.75

12ct case MRE Meals Ready-to-eat US Military Surplus B Menus 13-24, 2021-inspect – $89.99

US Military MRE Meal Ready to Eat *12 Meals*9/2022 Inspection Choose Case A or B – $94.00

Mountain House Freeze Dried Food Pouches Camp Trail MRE Emergency

Mountain House 30166 Rice and Chicken Freeze-Dried – # 10 Can X 6 COUNT – $119.99
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*About this product Product Identifiers Brand Mountain House MPN 30166 UPC 0041133301664 Model 30166 eBay Product ID (ePID) 21039775318 Product Key Features Type Freeze-Dried

Mountain House #10 Cans! Freeze dried bulk, pick and choose! – $40.00

Mountain House Freeze Dried Meals! Backpacking, MRE, Emergency, Camping – $11.99

Mountain House Ground Beef #10 Can, Freeze dried, camping, MRE – $49.00

Mountain House Freeze Dried Emergency Food, – Variety Pack, 6 Pouches

New to Mountain House freeze dried pouches? One of the best ways to experience freeze dried foods for the first time is with a variety pack. This way you get an assortment of pouches to try out. These are an excellent choice for hiking, backpacking or prepping. When stored properly the pouches have an estimated lifespan of around 30 years, which make them ideal for long term storage.

I like to get an assortment of Mountain House meals then store them in 5 gallon buckets.  Each bucket holds a different type of meal.  One bucket is for breakfast with the others are for side dishes, lunch and dinner meals.

Stockpiling Mountain House Freeze Dried Pouches

Mountain House freeze dried pouches

A question to the reader, “Are you stockpiling Mountain House freeze dried pouches?” Let’s be honest, there are a number of reasons that can be debated for and against stockpiling Mountain House freeze dried pouches.

One of my main issues with the pouches is the sodium content. When I eat a meal, a few minutes later I can feel the sodium hitting my system. Sometimes the sodium is so bad I feel sick all over.

Some people may say Mountain House freeze dried pouches are too expensive, and they are. There is no denying the freeze dried pouches cost a pretty penny.

Let’s talk about sodium content first. A couple of pouches were picked from my personal stockpile so we could look at the sodium content.

Sodium Content

MRE VS Mainstay Meals

There is an interesting thread in the forums about MREs VS Mainstay Meals. Both types of meals are good for what they are designed to do. Its not a matter of which one is “the best”, its which one fits your needs the best.

MREs – have a short lifespan, especially if they are stored in a shed, or somewhere where it gets hot, say above 90 – 100 degrees. I think its something like 1 day over 100 degrees takes 1 month off the life expectancy – but dont quote me on that.

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