Camping Foods

camping food

Freeze dried food isn’t just for emergency storage. As long as you have it, you might as well enjoy it and with camping season right around the corner, you’ll have the perfect opportunity.

Mountain House pouches have a shorter shelf life than the Mountain House #10 cans, so using them for your camping trips and other outdoor activities will ensure that your stock is rotated. Freeze dried egg meals are perfect for camping because carrying actual eggs on a camping trip can be pretty messy if you aren’t careful.

Fortunately, since pouches are so lightweight, you can carry lunch and dinner entrees as well without having to worry about bringing along lots of pots and pans. As long as you can boil water, you can prepare your meals right in the pouch. It really is that easy.

Camping foods that are lightweight and can be prepared quickly and easily mean you’ll have more time to relax and enjoy the outdoors. Hiking, fishing, swimming and all your other favorite summer activities can be the focus of your trip, not worrying about how to organize a meal and how to wash everything up without a sink.

Of course, even if you camp with a camper or RV, you’ll still appreciate the convenience of Mountain House pouches. You will also be able to conserve valuable storage space. You can fit a lot of food into a smaller area, leaving more room to store the items you need for your trip, or to pack souvenirs on the way back home.

Want to see how easy it is to prepare Mountain House freeze dried pouches? Watch this video that I found on YouTube.

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One thought on “Camping Foods

  1. You can make a lot of freeze dried equivalents yourself too, rather than buying the pouches, which can be kind of expensive sometimes. I’ve made Dehydrated Salsa before, for example, and something like that would work equally well for both camping and emergency supplies.

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