JUST ADD WA­TER

Camper Trailer Australia - - FEATURE -

Back Coun­try Cui­sine has cor­nered the mar­ket in civil­ian freeze-dried meals. These meals are light­weight and take up lit­tle room but they do need boil­ing wa­ter to be added to them to be eaten.

With a wide va­ri­ety of menu op­tions from meals, desserts and ad­di­tives like mince, supreme por­ridge, honey soy chicken and so on, they should be the longlife back-up option in al­most every tool­box and tackle bag. A four-year shelf life will prob­a­bly see you through un­til you think of it again.

Sim­ply rip off the top of the packet – add the amount of boil­ing wa­ter re­quired which varies be­tween meals – stir and voila! These meals can be eaten by them­selves on a quick day out, re­served as a sur­vival option or kept in the tucker­box and mixed with ve­g­ies for shar­ing, us­ing wa­ter from the pot of veg­gies to re­hy­drate the meat.

BACK COUN­TRY CUI­SINE

Price: $10-$20 de­pend­ing on the meal

Where: Camp­ing and out­doors stores

More info: back­coun­trycui­sine.co.nz

We say: Great back-up

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