Thoughtfully sourced and organic ingredients are used as much as possible. These family-style dishes were learned while traveling and cooking around the globe.shop all
"I ate the vegetarian farfalle on a cold, wet camping trip and it made me forget how miserable I was! It’s a hearty, delicious camping meal that tastes like real food and not the usual backpacker’s dust-in-a-bag."
"So satisfying to the core. A delicious, hearty, creamy, savory pasta. Don't tell anyone, but I serve it at dinner parties. No one would guess it's freeze-dried backpacking food. It's amazing."
"The absolute most flavorful Indian dish I've had outside of India. I miss those flavors so much. This is a sweet, spice-loaded reminder of those intoxicating aromas of the street markets. This is my go-to backcountry meal now."
Everything you need is inside the bag. Just add boiling water and wait. No extra ingredients, no containers, no surprises. Here’s what you do:
Have questions? We've got answers.
About 8-12 minutes. Add boiling water, kick back and talk to your friends or watch the sunset while you wait. Those minutes will sail right by.
Let’s just say it’s NOT recommended. You should definitely take out the silica packet before eating. Even if you notice that it’s still in there while you’re eating, just pull it out. But if you accidentally do swallow one, it won’t be digested and will just come out the other side. While some contain toxic additives, ours don’t. They’re food grade and they don’t leach into the food.
We provide a "Best By" date of 3 years from the day it is packed, except for the Rigatoni, which carries a "Best By" date of 1 year from the day it is packed.
Take a little Gastro Gnome with you on your next adventure. We only carry gear we use ourselves, which means it is lightweight, backcountry-ready and built for travels far from home.shop all
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