Mountain House Scrambled Eggs w/Ham, pre-cooked
Price Paid: $5
This was awful. I tried it and didn't like it. My husband tried it and didn't like it either so we ended up just throwing it away.
It tastes nasty. I think we will stick with the granola and blueberries for breakfast from now on.
Price Paid: charged $3 by outfitter
I have reviewed several different packs of dry "eggs" from different companies. I don't know why suppliers and outfitters always insist on packing these things. But avoid eggs! They're like eating old soggy foam, and don't even taste like eggs.
I guess my only option is to purchase equipment and pack my own gear and mess. But...it gives me a chance to try new things. So here it goes:
Ate this one morning while backpacking. It came out watery even though I left it to hydrate 4 minutes longer than suggested, also it just didn't taste very good... i mean it was alright, and when you are hungry it will work, but there are better breakfasts. The ham was still crunchy even after extra time. Never did taste the peppers, though i saw some in there.
I guess breakfast is a good start to the day, but don't expect miracles with "eggs".
Price Paid: $5.00
These freeze-dried meals are the best of their kind that I have EVER tasted. They are lightweight to transport, made from quality ingredients and easy to make. We just had to boil the water needed, pour it into the bag and wait for a few minutes. These eggs tasted great; I would just make sure that you bring the water filter needed to have the water for the food.
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