A high energy value and ready to eat. Their survival supplies kit contains enough emergency food to last an adult 15 days, consuming 2,000 calories of emergency food per day, and a 20lb non-perishable food pack. Each pack of emergency supplies has undergone a stringent quality inspection. If they wouldn't consume these bulk food supplies ourselves, they wouldn't sell them. The perfect complement to your emergency preparedness items, this survival food with 25 year shelf life contains enough emergency ration to see you through any crisis situation. Their survival food kit is perfect for anyone who wants an MRE alternative, or who wants to avoid the risk of crowded grocery stores, because each box of survival essentials is a practical long term food. If you don't like their food survival kit, just let them know what the problem is and they'll do everything they can to make it right. Bear Essentials has excellent customer service and outstanding quality. If you don't like their food survival kit, just let them know what the problem is and they'll do everything they can to make it right. Bear Essentials has excellent customer service and outstanding quality.
👤Not an MRE alternative. 5 large bags of dry ingredients cost more than what I could buy at the store and still require a pot and water to make. It's only useful in the ideal survival scenario. It is worthless for survival and a waste of money.
👤The bag is sealed with rice, beans, macaroni and pancake mix. It would be cheaper to buy it at the store. You need a pot and water to cook food. It is not like a MRE that you just add water and cook. The packaging is thick and seals tight. Customer service is great.
👤I was expecting a premade meal. The money was wasted.
👤It comes out to about 16 cents per 100 calories. You can't beat that. Some of it is white rice. It's in a package for 25 years. You have to replace it every couple years. I'm going to buy more. You could eat 1000 calories a day with the other 2 week supplies, but only if you had one box. Think about it. A family of 4 can have a month's supply of food for $200.
👤I bought these because I wanted to save them for a rainy day or flash flood, but I haven't opened them yet. I like the packaging, it makes it look nice to get a box of food, but I wish there was a different type of box for storage since I live in the Pacific Northwest and everything gets damp. I could put the food in a tote. The food is in a nice package. I thought it was cute that it told you when it was born. We can make it last for a while if we give a lot of serving for practical reasons. I was happy to get the emergency food and put it in a cute box. Maybe take it camping this summer.
👤It is a great price for a basic meal prep. It comes in a box that is crushed by your door. The company needs a better package after the contents were not damaged. I would buy one a month if it came better packaged. It is difficult to stack the product when the box is bulging. I'm going to buy some buckets to put it in. It seems to be good.
👤I don't buy military ration if there's no fuel or fire. This is a lot of food for a small amount of money. Having long lasting grains like this gives me some peace of mind.
👤I found that I should start just in case. The case was worth the price for a first timer. It doesn't take up much space in our limited storage and the packaging is secure, so there are no worries about anything going bad. The ingredients are straight forward and easy to make. I recommend!
A 7 year shelf life is possible. All natural and certified to be free of bothGluten-Free and All Natural. It's perfect for food storage, emergencies, survival, and everyday use. A 25 year shelf life is possible.
👤I love the dehydrated vegetables. They have a great taste. They are fresh when they are added to soups or just simmered in water. I add some fruit smoothie ingredients. I don't have to waste spinach if it goes bad before I can use it. I will buy it again.
👤I expected a small can. These are larger than "flakes" but they are very dry and can easily fall. Extra nutrition into pizza, spaghetti, pasta, and smoothie for a kid that doesn't like veggies other ways was what I needed.
👤I received my third order for the Spinach Flakes, and I love them. I used them in soups yesterday and it turned out great. I drained off the excess water after re-hydrating the spinach flakes. It didn't turn my soup green, but it was awesome. I love the other Augason products. When my grandsons are present, I don't have to worry about them having sugar rushes with the strawberries because they enjoy them.
👤I have 10 different cans of this brand. I have veggies on hand. I no longer have wasted and forgotten vegetables in my fridge. I feed my dogs small amounts of peas, banana chips, and apple chips when I use all 10 cans for people's food. The dogs are very fat and beware!
👤There is a good amount of product inside the can, but it was not opened. I shook the can and it didn't sound like there was too much space inside. I have the nutrition on hand that won't ruin, against the hard times. I invested while I could, just in case, because I wish I had stuff like this on hand when I needed it. There are many ways to use this product. Add to soups, make omelets, grind up fine and add to noodle dough for a nutrition boost, mix into meatloaf, add to cooking meats, add to smoothies, and so on. I'll be happy when I need this stuff.
👤This is a great way to keep the flavor of spinach in your kitchen. It can be added to salads or baked product.
👤Adding dried spinach to a meal is a great way to add nutrition. It's usefulness is up to you. Omelettes, soups, stew, salads are some of the obvious uses. It's best to drink water first. Salad use is an example. If the dish has a lot of liquid, add dried spinach.
👤I know it's freeze dried, but I was surprised how fresh it was when I opened it. I rehydrated slowly in a bowl of water and used it in my soups. I like having shelf-stable products from August and farms such as diced bell peppers, onions, and celery in my pantry at all times. I love it!
A 25 year shelf life is possible. 60 calories per serving The container weight is 12 ounces. No peeling or slicing. You can get a healthy snack out of the package. Add to salads, desserts, and cereals.
👤I bought these dehydrated apple slices for the situation we are in. I bought one can in June 2020 and the other in July 2020. I tried to purchase emergency food from Augason Farms in March/April 2020 and the prices were crazy. The apples were delicious and the consistency was great. The only complaint is that the apples are sliced whole. We don't know what's happening one month to the next, so having these cans of emergency food gives us a piece of mind. I have left positive reviews for Augason Farms potato shred, dehydrated strawberries, and banana chips. Stay healthy and be safe!
👤I love these! It's a good thing. I almost ate my way through the second 3-pound can of freeze-dried apples, but it has not been long enough for me to admit this. I add apples to all kinds of food, including baking, and I use them in oatmeal almost every morning. I also snack on them. They are good. If you want perfect slices, these are not that. There are some perfect slices, but there are a lot of not perfect ones. They range from a small square to a full-sized slice. You can make a wonderful pie with these, apple cake, or strudel. You understand the idea. I'll be buying two cans.
👤I make a lot of dried apple slices. I've bought many varieties. I didn't know there was something bad. The flavor is off-putting. It could be the high concentration of the salt in the apples. Do not buy if you like the taste of it.
👤I didn't get a can of apple slices, but I did get apple crumbs, like when you need a soda to eat and Louy is hard to eat. Never again, waste of money.
👤A full spectrum diet is put up just in case. I don't want my kids to look at me and say "Dad, why weren't you prepared for US, what are we going to do for food to survive?" As much money as we throw away, comes on. This is an insurance policy. You should put up plenty just in case, but you hope to not need it.
👤I had to make my own dehydrated apples and it took me a long time. The cost and quantity of the product was more affordable than the freeze dried apples I buy on Amazon. The top half of the contents are usually intact slices, while the bottom half are small chips and crumbs. These apples, not so much, are off the hook.
👤The quantity is great but the flavor is terrible. I expected a sweeter taste from these. It tasted like freeze dried bananas. It tastes like a mix of apples and bananas, but is heavy on the banana taste. You get a lot for your money, but they don't taste great. The brand has better tasting freeze dried strawberries and berries. You will not regret it if you go with those for your oatmeal. My family finishes a tub in a week.
A 5 year shelf life is possible. All natural and certified to be free of bothGluten-Free and All Natural. It's perfect for food storage, emergencies, survival, and everyday use. A 25 year shelf life is possible.
👤I buy emergency foods to have on hand in case of a disaster. They are good for 25 years. When I bought 14 more cans this week, I found that the cans of carrots had red stickers on them. I hoped the stickers would peel off. The big red stickers that don't peel off are stuck over the dates to see when the food was dehydrated and how long it was good for. Did Amazon or Auguson farms do this? If it is necessary to put big red stickers on the cans of food, please put them in a place other than on the bottom of the cans. The dates are important for emergency foods.
👤The diced carrots are very small. This is much smaller than the carrots you would chop up to serve as a vegetable. I like using frozen or fresh carrots. For certain things, the small size can work well. The small size allows for quick rehydration and cooking, and it also helps speed up the dehydration process. I am surprised by the texture and flavor after rehydration or cooking. They are almost as good as fresh carrots if you don't mind the small size. They are useful because there is no need for washing, peeling, chopping or refrigeration. I buy a lot of Auguson farms items to be used as pantry items. They're perfect for long term storage.
👤The package was undamaged. I heard the air release when I opened it. It had no sign of water inside. An old dollar store hand can opener was used to open the can. The product smelled normal and was nearly full. I didn't like them. This is a good amount for money. When reconstituted, it will expand. A small amount goes a long way. I added sira pacs to the jars and sealed them. I will keep an eye out for any condensation in the jars over the next few days to make sure I don't introduce any sort of water into them. There are two jars, a 1/2 gallon and a quart jar. There was not much powder. I didn't like it so I deducted the star. There is nothing wrong with the product.
👤I bought this because I was tired of carrots going bad before I was able to use them. I assumed that the extra price was not going to make me pay more. I liked the taste and smell of these carrots. It tastes like fresh carrots after being rehydrated. It makes up for the cost in my opinion if I have fresh carrots available whenever I need them.
👤The shipping box was undamaged.
👤I wanted to add carrots to our dog's food. She's a lab mix with anal problems. I've tried a lot of different things, but nothing has worked. I've noticed a definite improvement in her eating habits since she added water to her dry food. She has issues a few times a month. It's nothing compared to how bad it used to be. I can't speak for the flavor of these carrots, but they work great for what I bought them for and my dog has no complaints.
The essential surgical kit. There are 5 different food options in each bucket. It is easy to prepare an entree using just water. There is a long-lasting storage. Food pouches keep food fresh for up to 25 years. There are 5 unique ready-to- eat freeze-dried, gluten-free entrées in the vegetarian packs. They have shelf-stable food for hiking and camping.
👤I looked at the individual description labels on the back of the bucket and found wheat and soy. The first ingredient is wheat. The code for the bucket bar says it's free of wheat. I paid more money for this product. The time has expired for me to get my money back. I trusted this company to not sell fraudulent goods, but they have deceived people who need to eat wheat. This product can cause death if people have a sensitivity to thegluten.
👤It is not recommended for anything other than emergency use. Food items could not have been selected by anyone with a food allergy, but in an actual emergency, it's better than no food at all.
👤My husband is a prepper. Every family member has a bag that is designated for bug-out. We've tried many of these types of dry packed foods, so when we saw the chance to try this bucket at a discount, we agreed. I did not get this bucket for free and we prepared one of every meal to give a fair and honest review. There are 3 Teriyaki and Rice packs, 3 Chicken Pot Pie packs, 4 Loaded Baked Potato packs, and 7 Yogurt Flavored Desert Mix packs. There are 17 packs, with only 10 being actual meals. I couldn't rate this at 5 stars because of this. I assumed from reading the description that they would be individual meals or at least meals designed for 2 people. Each packet contains 4 calories. This works out for my husband and sons, but not for a single person. They would have to split the packets or make all of them and try to save some for later. I would split the packets, but you have to worry about the stuff spilling or mis-measuring. Not good. The food is pretty good. I'm not expecting a 5 star restaurant quality flavor in my meal, I'm speaking from experience of eating many similarly packed meals. We had my sister-in-law over for dinner and she made a lot of food, so we had another taste tester in the house. The individual reviews are listed below. The soup has tomato Basil. The bucket is the house favorite. My husband had a few small bowls. I don't think we mixed it well enough, there were little clumps of powder in it while we were eating. It was still the favorite in my home. When we go hiking in the cold months, we had a discussion about mixing it into thermoses. I would boil it longer, and use a whisk instead of mixing it with a soup spoon, because that would be the only thing that would be different. 2. Potato casserole. My favorite. My husband and my sister-in-law both rated this as their number two. I can't tell if it's bacon or ham, but it's delicious. It tastes like potato soup. You need a bowl and a spoon for soup, not a casserole. I might boil it a little longer next time, the ham/ bacon chunks were a little hard, but still tasty. If I'm going to make this while camping or something. I would add some shredded cheese to it. Maybe some green onions. 3. The chicken pot pie is made with chicken. The one that had mixed reviews was this one. I thought it was okay, husband didn't care for it, and sister-in-law couldn't eat it. My sister-in-law couldn't handle the texture, but we all agreed that it needed salt and pepper. It was very sticky. This was my toddler's favorite, but he doesn't talk, so I can't tell you why he loved it, just that it disappeared from his plate faster than any other entree choice. I can tell you that it had a very strong flavor, and that may be why I liked it more than everyone else. 4. Both Teriyaki and Rice are made with teriyaki sauce. Yuck. They can't all be perfect. I felt like I was eating ginger when I chewed it. I was unable to finish mine. My sister-in-law admitted that she ate too much ginger. My husband added a healthy dose of soy sauce, which toned down the ginger, but not enough for me to eat anymore. He said he almost liked the soy sauce more than the potato casserole. It isn't all bad, so plan to doctor it a bit. My toddler ate a good chunk of his portion, so he didn't dislike it. 5. There is yogurt. This was unexpected. We thought it would be thick and creamy, but it was very thin. Thinner than the soup. I used cold tap water to mix it with, but I think it would be better served in the cold. We might put it in the fridge next time. I'm not sure. The yogurt was divided into 3 mugs. It was about 1 1/2 to 2 inches deep per mug. We all agreed that it smelled amazing, like a cake batter or ice cream. The flavor was a bit less intense and the aftertaste was a bit too strong. It's not a terrible desert type. It's calories you can get through a straw. It could be worse. The bucket was pretty good, but I'm not sure which one was supposed to be the breakfast. We have plenty of meals to keep in our shelter, and we might use some of them for camping or hiking trips. We have time to eat them because they are good for 25 years.
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👤I don't have to think about it for 5 years because it's easy to store. I put it in an inside closet to keep it out of the garage during the summer. It takes up less space than plastic bottles, and tastes clear with no chemical taste. According to emergency sites, I need 32 packets to meet the 1 gallon per person per day requirement. I would prefer 1-cup packets and know the source of the water.
👤There were no complaints here. All the units were in good shape. Since these were sealed last month, I'll be getting as close as possible to the full shelf life. The combo is easy to pack, repack or whatever the need may be, so I store them with our emergency MRE's. I keep a few in the truck since I broke down on the open highway in Texas. It's nice to be able to give a pouch or two if you run across a stranded driver. You should have a larger supply of treated water. The system is designed to be flexible so you can carry what you need. If you need more time in an emergency, they're perfect, but if you want water for hygiene, they're not going to work.
👤I couldn't leave the house because of the flu. The water from my taps tastes bad after I ran out of bottled water. I looked across my room and saw my emergency kit. Since I wanted to stay hydrated, I grabbed a pack of these and was able to cut the tops off with scissors and slurp down a few of them. Water has never tasted so good. There was no metallic flavor. I will get some more to replace what I drank during my week of flu after having it on hand.
👤I got my water today. I was excited about that. I expected it to arrive undamaged. The order was well packed and I only received 61 water packets. I do want to receive what I pay for, but that might not be a big deal for some. Make sure you count your water pouches. I am happy with the product.
👤It has felt like anything can happen with all the crazy events we have encountered. I bought these emergency water pouches for my family. One of the two that I bought had water all over the box. There was a hole in one of the pouches. I lost almost a year of shelf life for the water when my order arrived in June of 2021. I took a sip of the water and it tasted like tap water. I was not happy that they had been made a year ago.
👤The water has a heavy metallic taste. This is for my supplies. I'm sure it's safe, but water shouldn't have a metallic flavor. I bought a case of "Blue Can" after returning it.
👤I bought this for my family. I was able to pack 20 bags before it became too heavy for my backpack. I haven't tried it yet. I'm happy with how slim it is. The bags say you need 2 per day, but I only need a 3 day supply. I had enough for my husband. If you only need a 3 day supply, this can easily be enough for a large family, because I gave the rest to my parents and brother.
The age range describes all life stages. All natural and certified to be free of bothGluten-Free and All Natural. It's perfect for food storage, emergencies, survival, and everyday use. A 30 year shelf life is possible.
👤The oxygen absorber in the can made me give this a 4 instead of a 5. I realize that removing oxygen is important when storing food. If you use oxygen absorbers, the sugar will get really hard. This will be the case with brown sugar. You can hear the clumps when you take it out of the box. There are many articles on how to package different foods. I know of only one dry good, sugar, and it's not supposed to use oxygen absorbers. If it extends the shelf life for awhile longer, I understand, but LDS said that putting oxygen absorbers in Brown sugar can cause botulism. I'm not sure if using them with sugar is recommended. It wasn't that it can grow the anaerobicbacteria, but that was the consensus after doing more research. botulism can grow without oxygen because brown sugar has molasses in it. I'm concerned and I would really appreciate an answer from Augason Farms. Maybe they test the contents of the package. I think experts on long term food storage would know, but I have read 15 articles that say to never store it this way. What thoughts are there?
👤I love having a few of these on hand. When they are on sale, I usually buy them at a time of 2 or 3. I keep at least 4 large cans in my inventory because I always run out of a recipe or I forget to pick up brown sugar at the store. The sugar is soft when I open the can. I spoon the brown sugar into jars and add oxygen absorbers to avoid the hard sugar problem. It's easier to store in my actual pantry. The shelf life is also extended. The shelf-life is about a year after opening. Is it expensive? This is emergency stock. If I forget to pick up something at the store, I use/rotate my stock.
👤There is sugar in a can. The bugs are kept out. It helps to keep it for later. I would have a sweeter drink if I had it against hard times. I wanted to make sure I had food on hand in case, so I have been through rough times. It feels pretty full. I haven't opened the can. I'll be glad I have it when I need to. I use it to make a version of sweet-n-sour sauce, bbq sauce, in cookies, brownies, molasses cookies, gingerbread, and even to sweeten tea if there's nothing else to use. I make a version of brown bread with it. I have it to keep on hand.
👤I have bought other food from this company, mostly breads, but I have not opened this one yet, because I ordered 4 different cans at the same price, but I am not sure if I will open it. The can is seal. You have to open it. Good tasting foods are made from augason farms.
👤I do a lot of baking during the holidays and this came in handy. It worked perfectly for me and was fresh. I will be purchasing again as part of my disaster pantry supplies.
Simply sorting your items will make it easy to organize and classify items of different shapes. Great for school supplies. CARRY IT WITH YOU EVERYWHERE. Credit-Card Sized to fit. In Your: wallet, pocket, survival kit, glove box, purse, pouch. One tough guide. Special Tear and Weather resistant material is used in maps. There are 101 illustrations, 67 lifesaving survival skills, 175 expert tips, 24 gear and 10 "Killer" mistakes. You should keep the tiny survival guide on you at all times. It's a quick reference when you're caught in an emergency or disaster. It is like a life insurance policy in your pocket. You should learn to survive these threats. Civil unrest, surprise attacks, natural disasters, nuclear, biological and chemical events, abduction, Hostage and terror threats, active shooter situation, vehicle accidents, hiking, camping and hunting emergencies are a lot of things. The guide to develop your mindset, skills, and gear is a pro active learning tool. It makes a great gift. The Digital Details can be scanned with the QR code.
👤This is one page and it is folded up to be a pocket size. Many important things had to be so compressed that a person with no knowledge or even a little survival knowledge will not have enough basic information in several areas that are covered but not well enough to be useful. It is just one page folded up. The additional info that you can find is helpful, but sometimes in some of the apps the video or info is not as complete or as well produced as it could be, and it may not be available to look at when you need it. Being prepared for an emergency is serious. It is great that you are looking for information to be prepared. If you want to buy the necessary equipment for your home and car, you should buy a full and complete Survival book. Is this page better than nothing? .... Yes... If you buy this, you will think you are prepared, but you will not buy a full and well written survival book.
👤This is one of the dumbest things I have ever bought on Amazon. The idea of a pocket-sized survival book is a great one, but one of the first things it says is that you need to carry things with you and not depend on electronics, and the entire guide is full of QR Codes for you to use your phone. It's even more stupid that they lead you to the internet. The diagrams on how to set traps, gut a fish, and tell what different tracks are all useful to look at, but they could be better described in a book. The details are so small that you can't really understand what is happening, and everything is so simple that you can just remember the information. One thing I read that made me want to write this review was that at the end of the "Worst Case Scenario" section, it says that one of the essentials to check off, following a gas mask, is a Bible. I don't know if that is put in as a joke. I understand that people are religious, but the fact that you had to add this to a manual small enough to fit in your pocket is ridiculous. This was the dumbest thing I have ever read, and I have nothing against religion. Don't waste money. You can buy a survival guide. I only give it a star because it does some of what it tells you, but nothing else you wouldn't find in a basic survival guide.
👤The product is resistant to water and tear and has good information. It was possible to put a hole in it accidentally. The water resistance is pretty good. All this info can be found online for free. I don't think 10 bucks is worth it.
👤I like this guide. I can't believe the amount of information in this manual. It's better than most survival books that are full sized. I give away survival kits as gifts to my family members, and this guide is going into every one of them. I notice something new when I look at it. The authors teach the skills in more depth in the videos that you can find with the QR codes. The value is not ordinary. If I choose, I can use the magnifying lens to start a fire. The guide went into my wallet and replaced the $10 I spent for it.
The maximum thickness is 8 mil with 4 mil on each side. Protection against pin holes is provided by three layers of aluminum, PE and PET. Long term food storage with mylar vacuum seal bags is Xray proof. The total calories are 6, 800. 100 calories per serving. Net weight is 4 lbs. The shelf life is up to 25 years.
👤I've been trying to make our meals more interesting. With restaurants closing or changing dramatically, we're making more of our meals at home, we tend to get focused on our online work at home, and will frequently order delivery or takeout because it's easier, so I've been experimenting with different options. We haven't been eating much of potatoes. We don't like them, but they're very labor intensive and you need to make something simple like mashed potatoes from a box. I don't keep fresh potatoes in the pantry because the ones on the bottom were purple and greenish before I got to the bag. When they reach that stage, it's unsafe to eat. They are a part of the nightshade family. They can be toxic in certain circumstances. I didn't like the sauce packets that came with the Au Gratin potato products because they had dehydrated, sliced potatoes in them. I used the bag or box of dehydrated potatoes as a substitute for buying the products. It was expensive to do it that way. I tried to find something else while I was on Amazon. I looked at the product in detail after I found it. I found the dehydrated, sliced potatoes in the 10 cans. I have figured out that a larger package is more economical for stapled items. The larger bucket was found at Augason's Amazon store. I got the bucket because it was about the same size as fresh potatoes and the economy of scale made it worth buying. It arrived a few days later. The LID is my only gripe with this product. I didn't buy a tool for opening these buckets because I didn't know if I'd be getting more of them, and I didn't want to buy a tool for a one-time use. I hate unitaskers in the kitchen, but in the long run it's a good aversion to have because of the fine points of cooking from the videos. Multi taskers are more economical. I had to open it myself. It was a challenge. I had to make small cuts with a knife to get enough flex to pop one corner up and off. The resealability of the bucket was not damaged. It took me 10 minutes to open that bucket, but I would get my patience back. I had no idea how much I'd need to use for my test dish, so I just looked at it. I filled a couple and put some cling-wrap over the top of the bucket to keep the bags in my cupboard at all times. The cling-wrap made it easier to take the lid off later. I salted the water on the stove as if I was making pasta. You want the water to taste very salty, like seawater, and you can do that with pasta as well. The potatoes absorb salt from the water. If you've over-salted a stock or a soup, you can toss in some potatoes and let it cook for a while. The potatoes will lower the saltiness of the liquid. It's a way to fix a dish in an emergency. You can use the potatoes for something else after removing them. If you cook potatoes in unsalted water, they will be tasteless and taste like wet starch. Not as good as cardboard. Salt your cooking water. You can't just add it to the final dish. The potatoes need salt to season them. I drained the potatoes after cooking them until they were close to the texture I wanted. I put the baking dish aside. I added enough milk to cover the potatoes in the pot, butter, and a pinch of kosher salt. The pepper I have had is the best I've had. I started adding cheese after I brought the pot to a boil. I buy bulk cheddar cheese powder online as it can be used in a lot of dishes. I stirred it in after adding about a quarter of it. It is similar to a mac and cheese dinner in that it is a flat cheese flavor. I stirred the Land O' Lakes New Yorker American Cheese until it was melted and incorporated. The main trick in making a cheese sauce is melting the salts in American cheese. If I add American cheese to the milk, I like the taste of that New Yorker American, but I could just add the melting salts on their own. I added a cup of shredded generic sharp cheddar cheese to my groceries. It lasts a long time because I keep it frozen. I added a quarter cup of whole milk mozzarella for the stringiness. I added an additional cup of heavy cream, gave it a stir, and then transferred it to the baking dish after everything was incorporated. I added some ground pepper to it after I tasted it. Ore-Ida's "Just Crack an Egg" breakfast cup was opened by me. It's a plastic cup with packets of pre-measured filling. You open these and empty them into a cup, add your own egg, and microwave it according to the directions. It's a very good breakfast. The "protein-packed" variety contains shredded cheddar and a packet of crumbled breakfast sausage and bacon, both precooked and well drained. I put the packets in my microwave for about 12 minutes and then put them back in. I left the liquid content in the dish high because I knew the second part of cooking would absorb most of it. The last 3 minutes of cooking, I put in my microwave's grilling rack and set it to grill for 3 minutes, making the top of the dish nice and brown. There are 3 cooking methods for my microwave. There are combinations of these as well. I dread having to replace it when it dies. The potatoes were just a tad al dente, so they were done and tender, but still had a bit of a chew, just the way I like them. The sauce was very complex and had a good cheese pull when you took a forkful. The breakfast cup added some complexity to the flavor. It was delicious. My life partner loved this dish so much that he went back for an extra spoon or two. This is high praise. There was only a small bag of leftovers as a snack. My partner liked potatoes. She said she wouldn't have known they were dehydrated if I hadn't told her they were dehydrated. Thanks to the large bucket size, I'll have these potatoes on hand for a long time, something we can all appreciate in these trying times. Augason farms has an excellent staple food product.
A delicious, sweetened beverage. StarKist Chunk Light Tuna in Water has a naturally mild flavor and is dolphin safe. Try it in salads and casseroles. Their Chunk Light Tuna has 20g of Omega 3s and 90 calories per can, making it an excellent source of protein. It works well with many diet plans, including the Paleo, Mediterranean, and Weight Watchers. It's a good idea to add vegetable to your diet. For a snack or meal, tuna is a good choice. Adding seafood to your diet is easy with StarKist Chunk Light Tuna in Water. It'sTILE: StarKist Chunk Light Tuna in Water can be used to liven up a meal. This canned tuna can be used in salads, hot casseroles, on sandwiches and even eaten on its own as a snack or meal. The StarKist 48-Pack of canned tuna is a bulk purchase. When hunger strikes, these tuna in water cans are great to have handy for when you are on the go, at the office or at home.
👤I ordered 48 cans at a smoking deal. I gave a couple cans to my neighbors and they have eaten most of the 48. My daughter and I have had bathroom issues when we ate this tuna. I know a lot of people who complain. I don't complain, I just move on. This is a rare exception. I eat seafood all the time and I eat it mostly as sashimi. Blue fin or yellow fin tuna are the most common. I know what I am eating. My daughter likes to cook Tuna and I keep a can around for her. I have eaten canned tuna once a week for a long time, but I am not sure if I have ever seen symptoms like this before. Out of 28 cans we have eaten, we have noticed that they have the same symptoms of eating escort fish. I have not had it tested, so I am not going to say that it is true. I know the symptoms of my fish. We have had a lot of gastrointestinal issues with this stuff. I don't care if my tuna is chunk or ground. Every time I eat it, I want to sit on the toilet for hours. Unless Starkist cleans up their distribution channels, I won't order from them again. Starkist was purchased by a South Korean company and had an issue with the FDA.
👤StarKist thinks I was defaming them, so I have removed speculative statements from my review. They hurt my confidence in my own review, so I did. One of my reviews was called false and defamatory by StarKist, a large company, in such an official and public capacity. They did not apologize for their horrible experience with my product. Their response has left me wondering how deep the rabbit hole is. This tuna may have caused a condition called "keriorrhea" in me. When I experienced symptoms that match the description for keriorrhea, I switched to this tuna. It is possible that my cans were contaminated by a fish known as "ex-lax fish", which has a history of being mislabeled, and which is also known as "escolar fish". It was distressing to have such a watery, oily, odd-smelling excretion. I initially thought it was bloody, but it turns out it's not. People who consume eslar fish have this condition. The FDA guidelines for fish species don't mean things won't go wrong in the supply chain. It's not unreasonable to suggest that my tuna was contaminated. I thought it was contaminated. I got a full refund without having to return my cans. I recommend you do the same if you are having the same issues as me. Don't allow them to sell us food that is worse than cat food. I wouldn't give it to a cat.
👤I like tuna. I can either eat it plain or make a sandwich with it. Add a canned item to the salad. It was really good. I bought a case of 48 cans from Amazon with a 15% savings. I pay between 61 cents and 65 cents per can. I ordered this case of 48 in January 2020 and it was best by December 2023. It's almost 4 years. They'll be gone before that. I know they're fresh.
Good To-Go meals are made in Kittery, Maine. 25 year shelter life If you store your emergency food away from extreme temperatures and humidity, it will stay fresh and tasty for up to 25 years. Soft-sided pouch are a budget-friendly way to store and transport your emergency food supply. There is a prep-in-POUCH. Add water directly into the pouch and let it stand for a few minutes. The meals are ready in minutes. Water is included. Emergency water is included for preparing meals and drinking. Food that is puffed up and packaged survival food. Homestyle Potatoes are made with real mashed potatoes and have a lot of cheese and sugar. The all-in-one pouch is a lightweight way to carry meals outdoors.
👤The kit was cleverly put together. The meals are frozen with canned water. There are 2 spoons, a straw, and salt and pepper packets. There are 2 napkins. They are intended to be eaten cold but you can use heated water if you are careful, but the packets are not designed for that and could spill hot water/food on you if you were not careful. If you use hot water, put a bowl or cup in it. For one person, instant oatmeal is common. The shake was very tasty but hard to drink from the bag. I opened the top of the water can and used it as a cup. It was satisfying to eat the steakhouse potatoes, which are like mashed potatoes with corn and peas. There was enough for two people. The peas were not really hydrated. They are both freeze dried and dried like cup o noodles. The bag everything comes with has a zip lock and is useful for things like trash, wash basin, and carrying water. The aluminum cans are nice and could be used for a lot of things. If you want to open the bag and add things like matches, tea, better spoon, more food, or toilet paper, there is room in the bag. The spoon was soft. I would use the kit for an office, school or cache. Not for backpacking or camping unless I had to.
👤I love new products. The product has water and eating utensils. The water in freeze-dried food makes it like a MRE.
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