- Benefits & Description
Benefits & Description
Hearty home-style taste | Add water to prepare | Long shelf life
• Wholesome home-style meals during an emergency
Mountain House Vegetable Stew with Beef is a great home-style meal containing 9 grams of protein, 3 grams of fiber and 20 percent of your daily Vitamin C to keep you healthy and strong. • Rapid preparation
This stew is prepared within a matter of minutes. Add hot water to the mix and your meal is restored to its original quality. • Extremely long shelf-life
This freeze-dried stew can stay on the shelf for 30 years or more - putting your mind at ease. What better meal to have for you family during an emergency than Mountain House's Vegetable Stew with Beef!
This mix of vegetable stew with beef is a great, healthy resource for your family. The stew is packed full of potatoes, peas, carrots, corn, spices and real beef. It's also packed full of the vitamins and other nutrients you'll need during an emergency situation.
The best part about freeze-dried food is that it lasts a very long time. This can of stew can be on the shelf for more than 30 years.
Preparation is a breeze. All you have to do is heat up some water, add it to the mix and the stew is ready to eat within a few minutes. In case of an emergency it will be helpful to have meals that are so easy to prepare.
- Features & Specifications
Features & Functions
SKU: FD0065G Net Weight: 1 lb (454g) Total Servings: 10 Total Calories: 2000 Shelf Life: No Dimensions (LxWxH): 6.25" x 7" x 6.25" Allergen and Specialty: Lactose Free, Pork Free, Shellfish Free, Tree-Nut Free Food Type: Main Entrees Packaging: #10 Can Preservation: Freeze-Dried Storage Requirements: Click to Read Storage Requirements
Shelf Life StatementTo achieve maximum shelf life, store in an environment with a temperature of 60F or lower and humidity of 10 percent or less. Shelf life statements are based on manufacturer claims, industry standards and relevant studies from reliable sources. The Ready Store disclaims any liability or warranty as actual shelf life results may vary depending on individual storage conditions.
Preparation Instructions: Open Can. Remove and discard oxygen absorber. Carefully add 7 cups (56oz, 1656mL) of boiling water to contents of can. Stir Carefully and cover. Optional: After 4 minutes Stir Again. Let stant 8-9 Minutes. Stir and serve. Caution: Container will be hot. To prepare a single serving: Add 3/4 cup of boiling water to 1 cup of dry mix. Brand: Mountain House Product Series: No Serving Size: 1 cup (50g) dry mix (Makes 1 cup prepared)
- Nutrition & Ingredients
Nutrition & IngredientsINGREDIENTS: Potatoes, Peas, Cooked Beef (beef, salt), Carrots, Corn, Corn Oil, and Contains 1.5% or Less of Modified Corn Starch, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein (corn, torula and brewers yeast wheat gluten soy protein), Dehydrated Onions, Salt, Sugar, Spices, Soybean Oil, Garlic Powder and Spice Extract. Contains: Wheat, Soy
Customers also viewed
Regular Price: $106.43
Sale Price: $96.49
Save up to: $9.94 (9%)
MRE (Meal Ready to Eat) shelf life is a little bit tricky. Like most shelf stable, long term food storage items, there are important things to know in order to store them properly. The most important concept to understand with MRE shelf life is: MREs are temperature sensitive. According to Temperature What that means is the cooler the... Read More(5 Comments)
Before we get to priority #4 here is the summary of your top 5 Priorities of Emergency Preparedness. They are: 1. Make a Plan. Review, Rotate, Replace. Make adjustments for family size, age and local community needs. Consider evacuation, communication and staying put. 2. Gather Grab and Go Supplies. 72 hour kits, MREs, food bars, water pouches... Read More(10 Comments)
I want to talk to you about how we can get the best value out of our food storage investment. I believe in keeping it simple. With our current economy we need to stretch every dollar to take care of our families. So, let’s keep it simple and focus on the following topics: * Defining short term and long term food storage * What should I get first? * Filling out your food storage: identifying gaps and filling them.(17 Comments)