As the great representative of eating something fresh in every meal, I spent a very long time with most people in the REI food preparation room, carefully reading and re-reading the symptoms. It was difficult for me to wrap my head around food made in my pocket, adding boiling water. We need some persuasion to change my mind.
I was looking for a ready-made option that was also considered "healthy" – that is, consisting of things that I really can say that don't include words like "modified" or "other flavors." " But what I've recently discovered is that this type of food has been around for a long time, and the choices are strong.
My curiosity for easy-to-wear, water-soluble foods was born when I learned the story behind the Patagonia article – natural line, cereal and soup, as well as humans. harvesting jokes and pomonent poundsches. , which does not require a refrigerator until opened. I was impressed with the amount of thought and care that went into digging for each piece.
Nowadays, too many people are looking for healthier, more sustainable choices when it comes to what they eat, both at home and on the road.
So, with that in mind (and a clear glass to get the healthiest labels in existence) I tasted-tested some of the options out there. Here's what I found.
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I am really excited to get my hands on some of the sweet cherries that come out of Patagonia Articles.
Simple packages and instructions were the best thing to find inside. I tried the mushroom mushroom and kamut khorasan, which has a very good taste and flavor – there was nothing stronger than the mix, and it tasted like a side dish I cooked every night of the week.
In terms of heart, this dish is slightly lighter than the other ones we tasted. One serving (or one bag) contains 2.5 grams of fat, 380 calories and 15 grams of protein – the maximum amount of protein per choice we have tasted. One dose is more than enough for two people to share as food.
Other dietary supplements consisted of at least two servings per cow, and indeed they were sufficient for several small meals for two persons, but had the same calories and proteins per serving.
The fact that corn is organic, vegan and gluten-free was also an added bonus. One drawback is that you can't make food in your pocket, so you have to use campfire bows and plates.
I loved that Backpackers Pantry offers a wide variety of different foods including vegan and gluten-free. When I tasted the flavors of Chana Masala, I was very surprised this recipe came from my pocket. It was sweet and spicy, and a bowl of this satisfied my hunger. In addition, it is a great value for the amount of food you get (about $ 7 a pack).
The instructions were called for adding 2 1/2 cups of boiling water, similar to the packaging and allowing them to sit for 15 to 20 minutes. I opened the bag for 15 minutes to make sure it was cooked through, and I really had to wait about 20 minutes to finish it.
Although I looked like the bag and waited for another 5 to 10 minutes, the rice was slightly caught due to the mistakes it used. However, this recipe is still one of my favorite to taste.
Taster description: In addition to letting it heat up for a long time (resisting opening that bag, no matter how hungry you are), be sure to give the contents of a good stir in the packaging to get all the good spices.
On the nutritional side, I loved the fact that all of their ingredients are classic foods that I know and love, such as tall corn rice, garbanzo beans, turkey, ginger and crushed red pepper. One serving of Chana Masala contains 410 calories, 3 grams of fat and 14 grams of protein. Sodium content is higher than others, 1420 milligrams.
This tasting sample was then drilled into the bottom of & # 39; Himalayan & # 39; adapted from AlpineAire.
This is a delicious and delicious vegetarian meal, and I loved the ingredients besides rice, beans and black beans, including chopped apples and dried mango. It is also possible to value a generous amount that will simply feed two people.
Unfortunately, some of the levels of patience dulqaadkeygu sweet, especially for dinner, as I usually like something sweet.
One serving contains 310 calories, 3.5 grams of fat, and 11 grams of protein. It comes at the lower end of sodium, too, at 180 milligram per dose. An added bonus of this kit is that it has a longer shelf life, better to use until January 2023 (though I don't find shelf life on this product).
On the down side, it contains several ingredients that are full of fillers and not others, such as maltodextrin, a thicker starch commonly used to extend shelf life.
An easy-to-go version of To-Go packaging and packaging was instant bonuses – I wanted a quick scan to inform me that this meal was vegan and not malnourished. When I did a further review of the label, I was really satisfied with the ingredients of this dehydrated diet included, such as poblano sauce.
“Dehydrated foods” is what Good To-Go has labeled their creation, which they dream of former New York City restaurant owner and restaurant chef Jennifer Scism. And I have to agree with that statement.
This is one of those dishes that gets better as you continue to eat. Many of the complex flavors are highlighted in my next recipe, such as cilantro, scallion and oregano Mexican. At the time I finished, I am convinced – and I also talked to myself a little bit more.
There are two doses per pack of 6.7 ounces. One serving contains 350 calories, 8 grams of fat, and 13 grams of protein. Sodium weighs 390 milligrams per serving and has a two-year shelf life – not bad, considering we couldn't pick up a single "spray".
Although it is a bit of investment, of $ 13.50, if you have a healthy understanding of some refined palette, this is a very good choice.
Considering the ingredients, flavors and overall hunger-to-consider, I would rate & # 39; To Go & # 39; as the first option. Patagonia’s menu is second and very close, with only the return to be more of a side dish than a meal in general. However, a full meal can easily be combined using a product that comes from the other line of ingredients.
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