Expedition Foods Main Meal Extreme Energy Serving


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Extreme Energy Serving- Camping/ Performance Food

Extreme Energy Serving is Camping/ Performance Food. Over 1000 calories per serving to keep you going all day in high exercise outputs. All that is needed is a little cook time in hot water to re hydrate the food and they are ready to eat. Could not be easier! Pre-seasoned, pre-cooked, pre-mixed and tasty!! Definitely the fastest, easiest food we sell.

**over 1000 calories per meal, so perfect for high output sports.


REMOVE THE OXYGEN ABSORBER* (Sachet) from inside the pouch. Slowly add hot water, stirring as you pour and then close the bag. Wait 5-8 minutes for the food to rehydrate.


Cold water will suffice, however the re-hydration time is much longer. The oxygen absorber helps maintain product freshness and is non toxic. DO NOT EAT.

Expedition Foods meals have a long shelf life of up to 5 years.


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