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Let’s just say it’s NOT recommended. You should definitely take out the silica packet before eating. If you notice that it’s still in there while you’re eating, just pull it out. If you do accidentally swallow one, it won’t be digested and will just come out the other side. While some contain toxic additives, ours don’t.
Chances are it has something to do with altitude or that batch of food. Either way, use your best judgment when it comes to hydration. If you’re at a higher altitude, you may need to add more water. As for different batches, some require more water, others require less. The line on the bag is a guide. Be conservative and just add water to the line at first. Add more if you think you need more.
Please don’t. While we are working on a solution that is either recyclable or compostable/burnable, our current packages do contain a small amount of plastic. So please, pack it in and pack it out.
We hear ya, and we’re on it. At least six flavors are in the works, including breakfasts and desserts. We’re playing around in the kitchen right now. Please check back soon.
About 10 to 15 minutes. Add boiling water, kick back and talk to your friends or watch the sunset while you wait. Those minutes will sail right by.
No, you can eat it straight out of the bag.
Yes. That’s it. Really.
We won’t say that it’s never going to happen, but for now there aren’t any. We will always offer a vegetarian option, however.
In due time. We are working on USDA approval, but our goal is to get our feet under us, serve our direct community first and then expand when it becomes financially feasible. We will never outsource, and that makes expansion for our type of business unheard of as we have to build facilities, pave new paths and subsequently invest a lot of time and money. But that won’t stop us. We are committed to doing this our way, and we will get there soon!
No, we can only ship within the State of Montana for now. But once you buy them, you can take them wherever you like.
Initial testing tells us it’s somewhere around 10 years, but further testing will happen so we know for sure.