Paleo Meals To Go Summit Savory Chicken is our classic, cooked to perfection, freeze-dried meal. Tap into your taste buds on your next adventure, prime your palate with the ancestral past, and cook up our hunter-gatherer's favorite chicken and vegetables. No prep, dishes, or mess. Just wholesome, healthy, Paleo food. Freeze-dried Summit Savory Chicken is gluten free, grain free, milk free, soy free, nut free, and shelf stable with 45g of protein. Feed your adventure, nourish your body. Ingredients: Chicken, broccoli, spinach, onions, spice blend (spices, granulated onion, granulated garlic), asparagus, green bell peppers, mushrooms. NET. WT. 2.89 O.Z. (82g)
How to Prepare:
- Open pouch at tear notch. Remove oxygen absorber from pouch and discard.
- Reseal pouch. Invert package and shake to distribute seasonings which may have settled to bottom of package.
- Expand bottom of pouch so package stands up on its own.
- Carefully pour 11/2 to 1 cups hot water directly into pouch. Cold water can be used if heated water is not an option.
- Stir thoroughly and close zipper. Let stand for 4-6 minutes. Rehydration times will vary depending on quantity and temperature of water.
- Stir again and serve. The top of the pouch can be cut or torn off to eat directly from the pouch.
- If cooking on stove, add water to pan, bring to boil, remove from heat, remove oxygen absorber and add pouch contents, stir, and cover for recommended time. Stir again and serve.
- Please respect the environment and discard your trash in an appropriate way.
- Finish off your day in the mountains or at a competition with a hot, delicious bowl of Summit Savory Chicken & Vegetables.
- When you're tired, out of time, starved, and all you want is a quick, easy meal, a Paleo Meal To Go is the answer.
- Just heat up some water, add it to the pouch, and you're good to go. No prep, no dishes, no mess!
- Perfect for people on the Paleo Diet, for CrossFitters, Military, Preppers, Hunters, Camping, Hiking, Backpacking and more.
- Have you considered using Paleo Meals To Go in your emergency preparedness kit?