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Mountain House Breakfast Skillet Emergency Food

mountain house breakfast skillet
About the product:

-- Hash browns, scrambled eggs, peppers and onions in a crumbled pork patty. To keep in nutrients and freshness, freeze-drying is used. There is no requirement for refrigeration.

-- GFCO certified gluten-free with no artificial flavors or colors. There are two servings in each pouch. It's big enough for one hungry hiker, or you may split it with a camping or hiking friend.

-- Simply fill the pouch with hot water and consume in less than 10 minutes with no cleaning. For an easier eating experience, the pouch has a shorter, broader, more bowl-like form. Skip the dishes and eat directly from the pouch!

-- Pouch is light and portable, allowing you to enjoy a perfectly great dinner when camping or traveling! In the backcountry or in your tent, eat healthily. Also useful for food storage and survival in an emergency.

-- TerraCycle recycled old packaging to decrease waste.

-- Industry's longest certified shelf life! A 30-Year Taste Guarantee is included. Great for storing food in case of an emergency!

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Advantages of Freeze Dried Foods!

It can be made in about 10 minutes by just adding hot water, making it a convenient on-the-go lunch.

Ingredients that have been freeze-dried assist to keep nutrition and freshness.

It is safe to eat because it has no artificial color or taste.

Video Review of Mountain House's Breakfast Skillet

No matter where you are, Mountain House's freeze-dried breakfast cuisine has lots of alternatives to whet your appetite and keep you fuelled. Whether you're looking for a portable dish to take on your next hiking trip or a new meal to add to your emergency food supply.


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