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AlpineAire Foods Freeze-Dried Meals (Six Packages)


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  • Meals include one each of: Mountain Chili, Santa Fe Black Beans Rice, Beef Stroganoff, Sierra Chicken, Bandito Scramble & Peach Crumble
  • Just add boiling water into the pouch all entrees, Bandito Scramble needs frying
  • All natural freeze-dried ingredients; no artificial preservatives, colors, flavors, white sugar & no added MSG
  • Original recipes and highest quality ingredients insure a delightful dining experience

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Product Description

Mountain Chili, Black Beans & Rice and Bandito scramble are meatless and gluten-free. Sierra Chicken is a tomato based pasta & vegetable dish. The creamy Beef Stroganoff w/Noodles is the best on the market. Deep Dish Peach Crumble has sliced peaches in sauce with graham cracker crumbs. Extra large serving portions make each dish satisfying.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 2.9 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000FZ0CSA
  • Item model number: 29000
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #698,373 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Don't buy it unless they make changes!
QueticoMike
So we boiled 2 cups and mixed 'em with gravy and then into the main package while boiling another 1.25 cups.
Scott Burgess
Appearance, taste, smell, texture... dog food.
Michael King

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Margaret R. Hinsman on July 10, 2008
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We purchased AlpineAire Freeze-Dried meals for a backpacking trip last summer with our two boys and everyone loved the food. Great taste, lots of options for meals. For backpacking food, it tasted gourmet.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By MaxOpus on September 14, 2009
OK so maybe those are strong words but truthfully, I just finished a season of hiking/camping and ate nothing but these meals (Alpine Aire & Mountain House brands) and they were very fulfilling on all levels. I won't get wordy but I have tried nearly every one they offer including breakfasts (eggs rule!), snacks (OMG blueberries and granola!) and desserts (yes cheesecake and ice cream bars can be enjoyed in the middle of the White Mountains) and I have absolutely nothing bad to say about any one of them. Veggies were better (crisp and flavorful) than canned, frozen, and sometimes, fresh! Easy to prepare and only a bag for trash - carry in, carry out my friends... don't put in the fire what cannot burn ;-]~ Best
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Nicholas Borgerson on January 10, 2010
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I brought these on a camping trip and was sorely disappointed with them, especially with all the positive review here on Amazon. I tried several of them and I just could not eat them; they all tasted like salty cardboard and sand. I'll be bringing my own rice, pasta, dried potatoes, and flour on my next camping trip.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By InventorNC on September 2, 2009
I am not overly impressed paying so much for a package loaded with low cost ingredients available at the market: rice, dried potatoes, pasta but little of the protein ingredients that are not readily available. I sampled several packages of freeze-dried dinners and found rice, rice, and more rice.

For short hikes of a few days I take pasta or potatoes, dried cheddar cheese, or cheese and noodles packaged together. A tour through a supermarket will reveal many dry ingredients that are nutritions and tasty. Take the tour and buy what you find - you will save a ton of money and enjoy eating at a fraction of the cost.

Trail Mix, dried fruit, Jello, sugar cubes and tea or coffee. Beef jerky, the list goes on and on.

Now if they would just make us some freeze-dried beer to enjoy after a hot climb...
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Scott Burgess on January 28, 2010
Prepping for the assault on Mount Robson in Robson River Campground, we opted to give Alpine Aire's Mashed Potatoes and Country Gravy with Turkey a try. Oops--we don't pack a pot large enough for the required 3.25 cups of boiled H2O. We found an O2 absorber and a country gravy packet inside. The directions didn't address the gravy packet. So we boiled 2 cups and mixed 'em with gravy and then into the main package while boiling another 1.25 cups. The water mixed poorly. We waited 8 minutes after each addition of hot water and still the moderately chunky turkey wasn't fully rehydrated, although the bits had a turkey flavor. The overall result was poor quality instant potatoes that were too runny and flavorless even with added salt and pepper. We threw half away and ate crackers instead.
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