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Mountain House Outdoor Adventure Meal Kit 13 Pouch Assortment $29.97 [in store only YMMV]

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This is quite cheap for backpacking/prepping food and it'll keep for 30 years, so you might as well get some!
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Available only to Costco Members, this Outdoor Adventure Premium Meal Assortment contains 13 best-selling Mountain House® meals that make planning for your next adventure a breeze. Just add water an in less than 10 minutes you can enjoy home-cooked flavors like mouth-watering Biscuits & Gravy or savory Beef Stroganoff with Noodles. Take in your outdoor adventure a little longer by saving yourself the cleanup. With Mountain House®, you can eat directly out of the pouch. (Yes! No dishes!)

Weighing less than 4 lbs., this kit is designed to be lightweight and compact. Is bad weather keeping you from going on your camping trip? No worries with Mountain House's 30 year taste guarantee, you can keep them on hand of your next adventure – planned or unplanned! Whether you're planning your next outdoor adventure or preparing for an emergency, Mountain House® has you covered.

Mountain House® Adventure Meal Kit Contains:
(2) pouches of Mountain House Granola with Milk & Blueberries (30 Year Taste Guarantee | Country of Origin: USA)
(2) pouches of Mountain House Biscuits & Gravy (30 Year Taste Guarantee | Country of Origin: USA)
(2) pouches of Mountain House Chicken Teriyaki with Rice & Vegetables (30 Year Taste Guarantee | Country of Origin: USA)
(2) pouches of Mountain House Chili Mac with Beef (30 Year Taste Guarantee | Country of Origin: USA)
(2) pouches of Mountain House Lasagna with Meat Sauce (30 Year Taste Guarantee | Country of Origin: USA)
(3) pouches of Mountain House Beef Stroganoff with Noodles (30 Year Taste Guarantee | Country of Origin: USA)

Includes
Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Entrees
13 total pouches
Easy, just add water preparation
Ready in less than 10 minutes with, no clean-up
Our 30 Year Taste Guarantee makes the meals great for emergency preparation

https://www.costco.com/Mountain-H...06324.html
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Price shows $74.99 am I missing something?
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Price shows $74.99 am I missing something?
Never mind in store only sorry my mistake
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Yeah, sorry I'm on my phone right now but when I get to computer I'll upload a picture. This was in Michigan, so it might be regional too.
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Meal kits always have filler products. Granola & Powdered Milk, Biscuits & Gravy, Desserts, and Powdered Eggs etc.

$30 is all it is worth at most, and freeze dried only if you need the light weight, or extended shelf life.

Beef Stroganoff, and Chili Mac, are the classic meals, the rest are hit and miss...
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Disagree with Milkbone on the value/price. I use these regularly for backcountry hiking/camping and the 9 meals would make the per meal cost only $3.33. Less than half of an off-the-shelf singles price. The 'filler' items are indeed cheaper but still good in a pinch or for a quick car camping bite.

Arguably the best tasting freeze-dried brands out there but lacking in the calorie department for extended trips.
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Disagree with Milkbone on the value/price. I use these regularly for backcountry hiking/camping and the 9 meals would make the per meal cost only $3.33. Less than half of an off-the-shelf singles price. The 'filler' items are indeed cheaper but still good in a pinch or for a quick car camping bite.

Arguably the best tasting freeze-dried brands out there but lacking in the calorie department for extended trips.
Backpacking gives you the potential need for saving weight by eating freeze dried meals, but lets face it they are edible, but that's about it.
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Never seen either of the local stores lower the price on these. They keep them all winter or until they run out, usually put them over by the bread on the back row.
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Yeah, sorry I'm on my phone right now but when I get to computer I'll upload a picture. This was in Michigan, so it might be regional too.
Where at in Michigan?
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Did we decide this was not available outside of Michigan? Frown

Maybe we should get OP to buy out his local store and ship us some? Haha
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I have found Mountain House to be the most reliable in terms of quality and taste. I would add that the lasagna almost always makes it into my backpack.
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Where at in Michigan?
Kalamazoo
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Backpacking gives you the potential need for saving weight by eating freeze dried meals, but lets face it they are edible, but that's about it.
Yes. Which is exactly what this product is for. I don't think fellow SDers are going to think that these are meant to be at-home meal replacements.

I've had multiple packs of every single one of these meals and they're far better than "just edible". I've tried many different brands and Mountain House and been the most reliably good tasting to me.

Super slick for people who use them for their intended purposes....Long-term storage emergency meals or camping.
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good deal, haven't seen these at my Costco in CA. Normally the double serving pouches are $6-9 even at walmart
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I was at a local event this weekend where mountain house was touting new packaging....I wonder if these are old packaging that needs to get cleared out?
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