Price Paid: $7
Tried this on a recent backpacking trip with mixed results.
Prep is a pain for those of us who don't like fussing with food and requires that you scramble the rehydrated contents in you pot or pan -- which may test your ability to find a simmer setting on your Pocket Rocket.
Looks a bit mushy when you're cooking it and it definitely benefits from rolling it into a tortilla.
It actually has pretty good flavor, but it's nothing like Huevos and has more the flavor and consistency of taco meat. I'd probably give it 5 stars if it was repackaged as taco filling.
currently retails for:
$2.94 - $4.00
where to buy:
3.5 oz / 99 g
Two 5 oz Servings
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