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Mountain House Freeze Dried Meals, 47.7-Ounce

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  • Contains (3) Chicken Teriyaki with Rice, (2) Beef Stew, (3) Beef Stroganoff, (2) Lasagna with Meat Sauce
  • Each of the (10) packages contains an entree that serves 2
  • Just add water, wait a few minutes, and eat!
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Outdoor enthusiasts have made Mountain House freeze-dried food their first choice for 40 years. Why? Because Mountain House tastes better than other brands! All you have to do is add water to create a tastes-like-home meal. Seven-year shelf life makes them ideal for long-term storage. Made in USA.Assortment contains:(2) Beef Stew(2) Lasagna with Meat Sauce(3) Chicken Teriyaki with Rice(3) Beef Stroganoff

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  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B005OMWSNQ
  • UPC: 041133806886
  • Item model number: 525043
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
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They were very good and very easy.
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I've been using Mountain House freeze dried meals seems like forever.
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Great for backpacking and camping.
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46 of 46 people found the following review helpful By A Christy on December 27, 2012
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Mountain House is pretty much the gold standard when it comes to freeze dried food for backpacking, camping or whatever other occasion might call for quick, easy to prepare meals. The down side is their cost. For a two person meal the costs varies from about $6 on sale to about $8, depending on the store. Finding this multi-pack at such a good price and containing some of the favorites inside was a delight.

For those who don't know about these, they are pre-made entrees that are then freeze dried. All you have to do is add hot water (take out the dessicant packet first!), stir and reseal the zip and wait ten minutes. Stir again and then serve. Our family uses them pretty extensively for the purposes I listed above but we also use them in our emergency kits in case of hurricanes creating power outages or a requirement for evacuation to a hotel.

Inside the pack are 10 meals in 2 person packs. I'll review each.

Beef Stew (2) - This one is number 3 on our ranking scale of favorites in this pack. It is very rich so we also like to cook some noodles, rice or macaroni and serve the stew over that. When that is done, this provides 3 very hearty helpings or 2 decent adult helpings and 2 child portions. Two big hungry men would also be filled up. Without the added pasta or rice, it is two adult servings but it is very rich. Plenty of beef in this one too.

Lasagna (2) - This one is number 4 on our favorite scale. Only add as much water as it says to add or it will turn out soupy. Also, if you do something to keep the heat in, like wrap the bag in a coat or sleeping bag, it will heat better and more thoroughly. We like it, but it is just a bit more finicky to get heated correctly than the 'stew' like entrees.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By W. Karrow on June 17, 2012
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I have long been a fan of Mountain House foods, makes camping a breeze. This set gives you a "best of" collection all in one order. The food is amazingly good, you would not know it was freeze dried, even the texture of the meat and noodles, etc is amazing. My only issue is the HIGH salt content. Not sure why they have to jack the salt so much. Some of them have 60% of your daily salt intake. If they fixed that it would surely be a five star product
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Chris Johnson on July 13, 2012
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Our scout troop purchased these meals to take on our trek along the Appalachian Trail. The variety appealed to us and the flavors were some of our favorites (we did a taste test with Mountain House products purchased at a local sports store). The favorite of the bunch was the lasagna, close behind were the beef stroganoff and chicken teriyaki rice with the beef stew bringing up the rear - however, all were good, filling and easy to make - just add two cups of hot water (finding the water was the hard part!) The price actually saved us about $2-3 per package (based on the sports store prices) plus free shipping!
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By etdoug on July 31, 2012
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These food packs taste good and are easy to prepare. At high altitude, however, use a half cup less of water. We were camped at 12,000 ft when we made them and they wouldn't absorb all the water. The package makes note of high altitude but suggests you wait longer for the water to absorb. It will get cold before it is ready so just use less water and enjoy a little al dente.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By PDH on January 29, 2013
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Great taste, reasonable price, easy preparation and long term storage. . Combine this with a Jetboil or an MSR Reactor (Made in the U.S.A.) and that's all you need to feed yourself until the power comes back on. I was able to feed two people from one package.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By doc1 on October 11, 2012
Now take it easy on poor Mountain House. These are hiking/sports meals not regular at-home dinner chow. It's difficult to preserve food for long durations without salt. Not enough an you'll be keeled over with salmonella poisoning. If your getting a good rhythm hiking then you'll be dripping wet with sweat anyway so a little salt will help in regulating muscle energy requirements. Keep in mind, most long distance hikers have to take potassium/salt supplements just to keep pace with muscle requirements. Happy trails!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Steve on December 19, 2012
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If you don't already know, freeze dried is the way to go for great tasting food (versus dehydrated). I have tried wise food previously (also freeze dried) and it is by no means bad. But mountain house is just better. The biggest downside is the high price, but you get what you pay for. Also these meals are typically unhealthy, but the idea is that you're eating them while hiking or doing some other active thing. I personally have them for that hiking/camping reason as well as for food storage for a possible rainy day. Recommended for any of those people that are like minded.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jeremie on December 5, 2012
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This is very tasty stuff, freeze dried or not. Try eating a few pieces while you're waiting for the water to boil, pretty cool lol. The only complaint i have is just a trivial one, the cheese in the lasagna (real cheese) sticks to your fork/spoon pretty good and is a bit of a pain to get off, not really a problem if you have a dishwasher to throw it in but if you're eating these out on the trail as they are really meant to be, it could consume a bit of your time. Probably should just use plasticware and simply stick it in the pouch after you're done and dispose of it. Also i add just a little less water than it calls for just to be sure nothing turns out too soupy, you can always add more water after the rehydration if it's too thick but it's a little hard to remove it. The price of this jumped up considerably since i bought it back in late September, nevertheless it's still cheaper than buying it in individual packs at Walmart, Academy, or even here on Amazon. Hopefully it will go back down, but I'm not holding my breath.
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