Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $2
Tastes good but a pain to clean.
Very hard to clean pot after cooking. It tasted fine but the cleanup was not worth it.
Price Paid: $5
It was edible. I think. Beyond that, horrendous. Reminded me of the worst experiences with freeze-dried eggs I've ever had.
I remarked to a fellow camper that I knew how it garnered its name: on tasting this awful breakfast-in-a-bag, one is willing to scramble around and steal someone else's food--hence, the "bandito scramble".
Gave it one star because it did--I think--have some nutritive value. Otherwise, a total loss.
AlpineAire Foods Bandito Scramble
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