Off grid food company is legit gluten free meals. I pack in a ton of almond thin crackers too. You can crumble them up in meals for more calories or just eat them out of the bag.Does anybody have any experience with gluten free meals? I've been able to find some but doesn't seem to be a big selection. I can only eat so many chicken and tuna packets. Lol.
I never thought about the crackers, I'll have to remember that and I'll definitely check out off grid. Thanks for the info!Off grid food company is legit gluten free meals. I pack in a ton of almond thin crackers too. You can crumble them up in meals for more calories or just eat them out of the bag.
Are you just cold soaking them to rehydrate them when you hunt? Also curious to see what foods/meals you’re making.I dehydrate all my own meals. Better and 10x cheaper. Far less sodium. Not nearly as much water needed either. But it takes a little bit of planning before hand.
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Tried several of the Peak meals. I like the strawberry and oats. But as far as the rest go I like Mountain House better. So does my wife. All a matter of taste, and there's no right or wrong when it comes to Personal Taste.Peak must be awesome. Both I and my wife think Mountain House tastes great. I'll have to try some Peak. Best flavors?
Cold soak; depends if I'm doing tacos or something that heats up quicker than the meat would, then yes, I'll add the water to my dried ground that's mixed with the spices already earlier in the afternoon then heat it all up later back at camp. Yes, that means tossing it in the pack in the morning when you leave camp.Are you just cold soaking them to rehydrate them when you hunt? Also curious to see what foods/meals you’re making.
There is a pretty good sampler package on Amazon. That's what we bought and tested six different meals (12 servings).Thank you for the info on Peak meals, seems most threads/pages I visit are always pushing MH. First time seeing Peak and will check them out for my upcoming CO elk trip.