Elevate Your Survival Gear with Freeze-Dried Beef N Noodles Dinner: A Must-Have for Hiking, Bushcraft, and Food Crisis Preparedness. Ensuring your preparedness is crucial when embarking on a hiking adventure or bracing for a potential food crisis. Introducing Freeze-Dried Beef N Noodles Dinner, a game-changing addition to your survival gear that guarantees nourishment, convenience, and taste.
Carefully crafted with tender beef and perfectly cooked noodles, this freeze-dried meal delivers a hearty and satisfying dining experience, even in the most demanding situations. Each bite bursts with the flavors of savory beef and comforting noodles, providing sustenance and satisfaction when you need it most.
Whether you're conquering rugged terrains during a bushcraft expedition or preparing for unforeseen food shortages, Freeze-Dried Beef N Noodles Dinner is a lightweight, compact, and easy-to-store meal option that won't weigh you down. Its extended shelf life ensures long-lasting freshness, and with no refrigeration or cooking required, it simplifies mealtime during survival scenarios.
With its versatile nature, this ready-to-eat meal is ideal for hikers, outdoor enthusiasts, and those focused on preparedness. Tuck it into your backpack, knowing you have a reliable source of nourishment to fuel your journey or sustain you in times of food crisis. Elevate your survival gear and stay ready for any adventure or food crisis with Freeze-Dried Beef N Noodles Dinner. This delicious and practical solution combines taste, convenience, and preparedness in one exceptional package.
- Up to a 25-year shelf life (exact expiration date found on product packaging)
- 410 calories per pouch
- 15g of protein per pouch
- 1 serving per pouch
Ingredients: Freeze-dried beef, enriched egg noodles (wheat, egg yolks, salt, water), natural beef broth, onions, mushrooms, garlic, and spices.
Directions: Remove the oxygen absorber. Add 2 ½ cups boiling water to the pouch and mix well. Zip the pouch and allow it to stand for 10 minutes. Caution! The package gets hot once boiling water is added.