Mountain House Just In Case 4-Day Emergency Food Supply

December 26, 2017 - Comment

You don’t need an emergency to enjoy delicious Mountain House meals. This kit includes 12 total just-add-water meals that can be eaten directly out of the pouch! Enjoy comforting meals like Beef Stew, Noodles and Chicken, Breakfast Skillet and more. This kit is lightweight and compact, making it easy to store. Take Mountain House with

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You don’t need an emergency to enjoy delicious Mountain House meals. This kit includes 12 total just-add-water meals that can be eaten directly out of the pouch! Enjoy comforting meals like Beef Stew, Noodles and Chicken, Breakfast Skillet and more. This kit is lightweight and compact, making it easy to store. Take Mountain House with you on your camping trips, hunting excursions, or tuck it away Just In Case… you find yourself in an emergency situation. With a 30 Year Taste Guarantee, have peace of mind knowing Mountain House has you covered.

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A. Reid says:

Tasty emergency supplies, but you should know what you’re getting While they tend to be a bit watery as prepared, the meals in this emergency pack are tasty and filling – downright luxury in the disaster-fare department. 

WryGuy2 says:

These taste much better than MREs or the stuff we used to take camping Over the years, I’ve sampled a lot of pre-prepared food. As a boy, we’d go camping and eat freeze-dried camping food. When I first joined the military, we were occasionally fed the canned Meal, Combat, Individual ration, which basically were same as the “C” rations and “K” rations developed after World War II. In the mid 80’s the MCI’s gave way to the ubiquitous Meal, Ready to Eat (MRE’s), which were initially dehydrated meals, vice today’s MREs, which are called “wet” rations, where you don’t have to add water. And if any of you reading this were in the military back in the 1980s, you likely remember the joys of trying to reconstitute Salisbury steaks so that they were less like cardboard and more like meat. Even now, I occasionally like to buy a case of MRE’s to keep in the house as emergency food, eating them after a couple of years and buying another case to replace them. 

Chief3377 says:

The food taste excellent I don’t know if the last as many years … The food taste excellent I don’t know if the last as many years as they say but I’ve had them for over five years and I’ve had nothing but quality. The spaghetti with meat sauce is really good and sometimes I find myself diving into my stash just to have this for lunch

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