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For some reason Wise Buckets and Boxed packages consistently receive more favorable reviews than their trail packages. It's the same food. The most likely reason for this discrepancy is the method of preparation - in a kitchen versus trailside. On the trail the hungry hiker tends to 'skip' steps that greatly affect texture and appearance. In the kitchen most folks are relaxed, have better cooking material to work with, and better heat source/control.
Whatever the reason, Wise Foods Bucket and Boxed meals regularly receive rave reviews - perhaps not of the level of some very expensive preparations, but pretty darned close. And for about HALF the price of those 'other guys.'
Grab and Go Food Kits are perfect for any unplanned emergency. Our ready-made meals are packed in airtight NITROGEN PACKED Mylar pouches, and then encased in durable plastic containers (12 Buckets - 15" x 12" x 10").
- Just $1.67 per serving- BEST BARGAIN! DELIVERED!
- Simply add hot water, stir and eat.
- Ready to eat in 12 minutes - match to mouth.
- Takes up less space and has more calories than other emergency meals.
- 2 servings of food per day for 4 adults or 2 adults and 4 children for 6 months.
- This is a ONE YEAR SUPPLY for 2 Adults, 4 servings/day!
- Packaged in 12 - 120 Serving Buckets (6 - Breakfast & 6 Entrée Buckets)
Entrees and Breakfasts within these packages:
- Savory Stroganoff
- Cheesy Macaroni
- Pasta Alfredo
- Creamy Pasta and Vegetable Rotini
- Teriyaki and Rice
- Cheesy Lasagna
- Chicken a la King and Rice
- Chili Macaroni
- Tomato Basil Soup
- Hearty Tortilla Soup
- Apple Cinnamon Cereal
- Brown Sugar and Maple
- Crunchy Granola
- 25 Year Shelf Life (With Proper Storage)
- FREE SHIPPING!
($3.25 per serving) $175 shipping charge waived!
MEG's Note Regarding Wise Freeze Dried Foods:
SSRsi has seen many reviews of Wise Food products and it has received a wide range of responses from "Fantastic" to "I almost threw up." In the long run, most comments fall somewhere in the middle of these two extremes. The stuff isn't great (usually) but it's not that bad, either.
There are more expensive food products out there which pretty much taste great (even dry) every time... but Wise is CHEAP by comparison. I suggest diligent attention be paid to preparation directions - and have a few handy "helpers" in stock. Your favorite spices, sauces, and some corn starch or arrowroot or tapioca for thickening thin results - and extra hot water for softening/thinning more difficult mixes.
In the long run, if you are preparing for HARD TIMES, this is a good product and the best value we could find. If you are eating gourmet freeze-dried foods now, then you are way out of my league - and I hope you invite me to YOUR redoubt when TSHTF. Seriously. E-mail me. For now, I'll be stocking up on the cheap stuff.