Mountain House Scrambled Eggs

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Specs

Weight 2.21 lb
Servings 16
Serving Size 2/3 cup

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These powdered eggs qualify as calories, but the…

Rating: rated 1.5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $3

These powdered eggs qualify as calories, but the texture is nearly unbearable, and it sits uncomfortably in the stomach. My friend I was hiking with agrees.

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Manufacturer's Description

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Here's what other sites are saying:

MOUNTAIN HOUSE #10 TIN CANS: 17 Servings (2/3 cup each). Item not available for International Shipment.

- CampSaver.com

Now you can bring the eggs. Mountain House's Precooked Scrambled Eggs for one is the easy way to make breakfast. Just add boiling water to the pouch and watch the sun come up while you eat.

- Backcountry.com

The Mountain House Precooked Scrambled EggsPrecooked are a tasty prepackaged backcountry breakfast for one. Makes one 8 ounce serving.

- OMCgear

Outdoor enthusiasts have made Mountain House freeze-dried food their first choice for 35 years. Why? Because Mountain House tastes better than other brands! Other backpacking food brands consist of only a few freeze-dried ingredients, mixed with dried seasonings and ingredients, which are then blended, not cooked. Mountain House meals are cooked to give you the delicious homemade flavor you deserve. All you need to add is boiling water, and in just a few minutes, they are ready to eat!

- Appalachian Outdoors