Alpine Aire Garlic Mashed Potatoes

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Alpine Aire Garlic Mashed Potatoes
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Pack in the AlpineAire Garlic Mashed Potatoes when you need a tasty side dish to your backcountry meal. Whether you're fishing for trout or you just need a little more food at dinnertime, this AlpineAire side dish is a delicious addition. Just add boiling water and presto! Garlic Mashed Potatoes.
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Alpine Aire Garlic Mashed Potatoes Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Just used tried these over the weekend after reading the reviews here. Inexpensive and a great way to add flavor to a camping meal. You had better enjoy garlic if you are going to try these. Also remember that the mashed potatoes are not a meal by themselves, but for less than 4 bucks you can't go wrong.

nic3264411 at Backcountry.com on 03/20/2010

Yes, this stuff tastes good. Best freeze dried dish I've had. It's super fast and easy to make. For those of you who are picky eaters, this is for you!

KrazyGirl152 at Backcountry.com on 05/21/2010

Nice addition to any small one person meal buy adding an extra portion & carbohydrates. Break the package into two servings to stretch out meals. Inexpensive & great flavor.

moroni at Backcountry.com on 03/17/2008

These potatoes were very good. Perfect side for just about any backcountry meal. Definitely much better than Backpackers Pantry Bacon and Cheese mashers.

BK at Backcountry.com on 04/06/2009

I really like these potatoes as an alternative to oatmeal on occasion. They make a great b-fast or lunch.

Ross Hayes at Backcountry.com on 09/02/2008

Neutral Reviews:

When I'm backpacking, I'm usually starving and burning through 5-6,000 calories a day. For the weight of the packaging and the food, I usually can't afford to carry something this heavy that only yields 50 calories. Thats like the equivalent of a film container worth of nuts. But, they are very tasty and do well to "fill" one up.

Scott Anderson at Backcountry.com on 03/10/2010