Mountain House Garden Green Peas


Weight 1.94 lb
Servings 23
Serving Size 1/2 cup

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

As a side or vegetarian option during backpacking meals, the Mountain House Peas provides fresh-tasting green peas when you're far from your home garden. This simple (just peas and salt) side dish only weighs 1. 41oz but packs a tasty punch after you spend days surviving on beef jerky and mixed nuts.


Sweet Garden Green Peas. Add to or accompany your favorite Mountain House entree. Or eat them right out of the bag for a crunchy snack.One thing that makes this meal so great is the fact the pouch it comes in is your bowl and, once you're done with your meal, trash recepticle all-in-one. Just add the specified amount boiling water, zip lock it closed, let it stand for the required amount of time, then serve. Once you are done with your meal, clean up is easy. No more dishes, just zip it shut and you're all set.


Instant, fresh-tasting green peas that make a great side dish for camp meals.


Mountain House , the No. 1 brand of backpacking foods has been the choice of backpackers, hikers, campers, and other outdoor enthusiasts for over 30 years. Key Feature: No cooking required. Long shelf life is at least 7 years from date of manufacture, as long as pouch is stored unopened in a cool area. INGREDIENTS: Peas and Salt.

- Appalachian Outdoors

Mountain House Garden Green Peas


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