favorite freezedried food brand?

2:08 p.m. on May 20, 2004 (EDT)
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Just wondered if anybody had a favorite freezedried backpacking food, especially if they're vegetarian entrees.

9:07 p.m. on May 20, 2004 (EDT)
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I haven't tried many, but I'm a fan of Backpacker's Pantry.

Web site here: http://www.backpackerspantry.com/

Needless to say, there are plenty of lightweight options that are not freeze dried. The light-and-fast crew on this site will no doubt chime in on that.

6:24 a.m. on May 21, 2004 (EDT)
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No question - Mountain House

I'd eat that stuff for dinner at home if it wasn't so expensive.

Great vegan entre is pasta primavera.

I usually buy mine mail order from Campmor or Bass Pro Shops. ~$5.99 for a two serving meal.

I'm going camping tomorrow night and I will be dining on Mountin House's beef stroganof.

Stay away from Mountain House chili-mac. It tastes terrible and draws racoons that I'm sure were raised on the wrong side of the tracks - they travel in gangs and I'm sure they are punks.

11:28 p.m. on May 23, 2004 (EDT)
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I'll second that

I'm partial to the Lasagne.

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I'd eat that stuff for dinner at home if it wasn't so expensive.

Great vegan entre is pasta primavera.

I usually buy mine mail order from Campmor or Bass Pro Shops. ~$5.99 for a two serving meal.

I'm going camping tomorrow night and I will be dining on Mountin House's beef stroganof.

Stay away from Mountain House chili-mac. It tastes terrible and draws racoons that I'm sure were raised on the wrong side of the tracks - they travel in gangs and I'm sure they are punks.

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