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Best price per CCC. Currently $30 at Walmart and around $45 at a few camping sites.


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Note that the #10 just means that's the size of the can itself. This doesn't contain 10 pounds of chicken but more like 1 pound of dehydrated chicken. Just don't want you to be disappointed when you pop it open during an emergency expecting 10 pounds of dehydrated chicken.
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Good clarification. I updated the post title to say "Number 10 can." Is that helpful?
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Note that the #10 just means that's the size of the can itself. This doesn't contain 10 pounds of chicken but more like 1 pound of dehydrated chicken. Just don't want you to be disappointed when you pop it open during an emergency expecting 10 pounds of dehydrated chicken.
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Note that the #10 just means that's the size of the can itself. This doesn't contain 10 pounds of chicken but more like 1 pound of dehydrated chicken. Just don't want you to be disappointed when you pop it open during an emergency expecting 10 pounds of dehydrated chicken.
Good clarification. I updated the post title to say "Number 10 can." Is that helpful?
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So is this JUST chicken? Can anyone speak to taste/quality? Better than canned chicken?
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So is this JUST chicken? Can anyone speak to taste/quality? Better than canned chicken?
Looks like it. Ingredients just list chicken.
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So is this JUST chicken? Can anyone speak to taste/quality? Better than canned chicken?
Since it is canned chicken I will venture to say it just as good as canned chicken.
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Can you eat it right out of the can like popcorn chicken? Or do you have to soak it in water to soften it up?
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Since it is canned chicken I will venture to say it just as good as canned chicken.
No, it's freeze-dried chicken in a can. Different than canned chicken in water or oil.

Wait - maybe you were kidding. I'm not sure.
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bought one - does anyone know if you open the can can you save the rest of it - how long will the rest last?
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Is that 1lb of chicken for $20?
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bought one - does anyone know if you open the can can you save the rest of it - how long will the rest last?
Dehydrated foods have to be used pretty quickly. The lack of oxygen and moisture is what gives the food a long shelf life. short of re-mylar bagging with inclusion of oxygen absorbers followed by vacuum sealing...I'd eat it quickly. or just leave it in the freezer.
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Is that 1lb of chicken for $20?
I said the same thing. But I think once you add water it expands? Its supposed to be 14 serving so surely the expectation is not that 1lb feeds 14 people...
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#10 means 10 servings, as per Mountain House nomenclature.
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Dehydrated foods have to be used pretty quickly. The lack of oxygen and moisture is what gives the food a long shelf life. short of re-mylar bagging with inclusion of oxygen absorbers followed by vacuum sealing...I'd eat it quickly. or just leave it in the freezer.
leave it in the freezer after opening it? that sounds like a good and easy plan - will do that!
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