Alpine Aire Scrambled Eggs Cooked and Freeze Dried

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AlpineAire understands it's hard to pack eggs when you're camping. That's why they've done the legwork for you with their Scrambled Eggs Cooked and Freeze Dried. If you own a cookstove or even just a pot and some matches, these freeze dried and dehydrated meals are the way to go. They're lightweight, compact, and super easy to prepare. The meals are packaged in resealable foil pouches. Most weigh between 5 and 7 ounces and offer 2 servings. To prepare a meal, just add a couple cups of hot water right to the pouch. A few minutes later you're ready to chow.
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Alpine Aire Scrambled Eggs Cooked and Freeze Dried Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I've never been a big fan of freeze dried eggs but I gave these a chance on a recent snowshoe trip as a snack. Very tasty. They cooked up great with minimal preparation & no breakage. They have the competition beat shells down! Try them with tortillas & a little salsa.

moroni at Backcountry.com on 01/09/2008

I have tried to use the backpacking case to carry eggs with me. Eggs have so much good protein and calories, but they always break. This is a great tasting option to have when you are fed up with your eggs breaking before breakfast on your camping trip.

Garrett Grove at Backcountry.com on 12/19/2006

Tasted good, quick and tasty.

joh2898572 at Backcountry.com on 05/06/2009

Negative Reviews:

These eggs only require adding boiling water to the pouch, but I found them to be very rubbery compared to other backpacking eggs I have tried.

dbculp584002 at Backcountry.com on 08/28/2008