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- Packed with energizing dried fruit, fiber, and unsaturated fats
- Quick prep! Just add water to the can and you’re good to go in less than 10 minutes, with no cleanup
- Twenty ½-Cup Servings
- Allergens: Soy, Milk, Wheat, Coconut
- 30 Year Taste Guarantee
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Granola with Milk and Blueberries — #10 Can
A perfect breakfast or snack the whole family will love. So delicious, your kids will want to eat this for breakfast every morning. Made with crunchy granola and real blueberries.
● Contains 20 1/2-cup servings
Who is Mountain House?
For nearly 50 years, Mountain House adventure meals have consistently been the premier choice of campers, backpackers, and survival experts. Born out of freeze dried meals we make for the United States Special Forces, Mountain House food has a proven history of reliability and most importantly, delicious flavor.
With just-add-water preparation and no-mess cleanup, Mountain House is not only the perfect camping or backpacking food, but also for keeping on hand just in case of an emergency. Additionally Mountain House meals have incredible shelf life. With the longest proven shelf life in the industry and a guarantee to taste virtually indistinguishable from new for 12+ years in pouches and 25+ years in cans, Mountain House is the perfect emergency preparedness or survival food to keep on hand.
From the bottom of the deepest ocean, to the tops of the tallest mountains, to the battlefield and back, Mountain House is the food people trust when failure is not an option. Consistently chosen as the best tasting food among outdoor and survival brands, Mountain House is the best camping, backpacking and survival food money can buy.
Mountain House Meals are Perfect for:
- Emergency Preparedness
- Occasional Everyday Use
|Cpsia Warning||No Warning Applicable|
|Item Dimensions||6.3 x 6.3 x 7 inches|
|Item Display Weight||2.7 pounds|
|Item Weight||2.7 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||3.14 pounds|
|Sport Type||Camping & Hiking|
|Style Name||#10 CAN|
California Prop 65 WARNING: Many cans containing foods and beverages have epoxy linings used to avoid microbial contamination and extend shelf life. Lids on jar and caps on bottle may also have epoxy linings. Some of these linings can leach small amounts of Bisphenol A (BPA) into the food or beverage. BPA is a chemical known to the State of California to cause harm to the female reproductive system.
Style: #10 CAN
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THEN, on a lark...and becuase I was using hot water for all the other Mountain House selections...I bought a second one and tried using hot water for this instead of cold water. HOLY SMOKE WHAT A DIFFERENCE IT MADE. Instead of a bowl of soggy cereal it became a wonderful bowl of tasty hot oatmeal like my mother would give us on a dreary cold day when we were children. Instead of soggy blueberries the hot water turned it into a delicious blueberry flavored syrup that combined wonderfully with the milk flavor. In an emergency situation this would definitely put my morale back on track.
A wonderfull addition to the Mountain House brand...but use hot water rather than cold. Try it both ways and see if I'm not right.
SHELF LIFE - The #10 cans have a 25-year shelf life (unopened). The biggest downside to #10 cans versus individual pouches is that the 25-year shelf life turns into a 1-week shelf life once they've been opened. Since each can has enough for 10 servings, you'll be eating the same thing for several meals unless you're cooking for a group.
TASTE - In my experience, Mountain House food is really tasty. Let me caveat this review by saying that although I've eaten other Mountain House freeze-dried food, I haven't had occasion to open the ones in the #10 cans (see my review of the "Mountain House 72-Hour Emergency Meal Kit"). That having been said, the Mountain House food I have tried has been very, very good tasting -- not just good compared to other survival foods, but good period. I have no reason to expect that these would be any different.
WEIGHT/CONVENIENCE - As steel cans, they're reasonably durable and reasonably lightweight (not backpacking light, but you don't have to be a weightlifter to move a large box of them). They do take up a bit of volume, but since the overwhelming majority of long-term emergency scenarios involve sheltering in place or evacuating by vehicle, I wouldn't let that be a deal breaker (personnally, I have a stock of individual pouches just in case I have to leave on foot, but most of my food is in these cans).
CALORIES - The problem with most freeze-dried emergency food is that a so-called "serving" has too few calories to meet an adult's energy requirements (2500 a day for men; 2000 a day for women -- more with heavy exertion), so you end up consuming more than you planned. These are no different. So even though a typical can ostensibly contains 10 1-cup servings, you really need to eat two servings per meal to get enough calories to survive -- perhaps more. Plan your purchase accordingly.
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