- Ration Packs – where to buy?
If all you want is freeze dried or boil in the bag stuff then any halfway decent outdoor shop will sell stuff although preparing stuff by yourself is much cheaper. Things that I've done in the past involved preparing indivual bags of muesli with dried milk. All you have to do in the morning is add water. It saves a load of money and whilst not necessarly tasting fantastic, it's perfecty edible. Other things like dried soups work quite well although I'd stock up on nuts and other robust non perishable items.Posted 7 years ago
Have a bit of a four day/three night adventure next week…involving kayaking, camping and not much contact with civilisation along the way. Rather than faffing about with bringing stuff to cook, I might just bring ration packs for the three/four days.
Anyone recommend anywhere to buy some? I assume I should avoid anyone selling "Genuine British Army Ration Packs"?Posted 7 years agoditch_jockeyMember
Go Outdoors stuff relies very heavily on processed fat for it's calorific value – I was surprised that they were shovelling that much hydrogenated fat into their products. Bought a few to try, but tossed them in the bin when I'd read the ingredients more thoroughly.Posted 7 years ago
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