These are the ones I always take, dinners only. Haven't tried the breakfast meals.Which meals do you recommend? Have you tried there breakfast strawberry granola? Can you recommend any of their breakfasts AND dinners? Thanks
Breakfast: The granola is very good. My buddy and I eat it every morning. The breakfast skillet is also, very good. I haven't tried the biscuits and gravy yet, but look forward to trying it.Which meals do you recommend? Have you tried there breakfast strawberry granola? Can you recommend any of their breakfasts AND dinners? Thanks
I prefer Peak. The flavor of most are really good. Peak also has a lot better nutritional value. I still like to buy a few flavors of the Mtn House's. Biscuits & Gravy, Blueberry Granola and Chili Mac.
Peak by a landslide and doesn’t give me the “muds” like a MH meal.
I also add a little bit more water than the package says. I’ll add the extra water about 15 minutes prior to boiling the rest of the water needed. I find it helps rehydrate the meals better.
I have had some bits of beef not fully rehydrate once or twice but since I started pre hydrating them it’s not been an issue. I’ll usually start pre hydrating probably at least 30 minutes or more while I’m getting gear situated or sorted and camp chores done after the evening hunt. I also recommend stirring it a few times while rehydrating.@Cahunter805 Have you (or anyone else) had trouble getting the meat to rehydrate? I had trouble with the biscuits and gravy sausage bits, as well as the chicken in the pesto pasta and the beef stroganoff.
Tried boiling water til it was rolling, more water, and long wait times til it was only luke warm - 30+ min. Was only at 8000’ and it was above freezing out…
Emailed peak and they suggested basically the stuff I tried. Ill try the idea above though. Get it wet and started, wait, then hit it with the rest of the boiling water. Thanks.