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Mountain House Scrambled Eggs with Bacon - Single Serving Specs
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Mountain House Scrambled Eggs with Bacon - Single Serving
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Mountain House Scrambled Eggs with Bacon - Single Servingis rated2.5out of5by6.
Rated4out of5byOnTrakfromDecent quick meal in the wild!This is a great breakfast meal if you're outdoors. I like to use this during cold hike and it is a quick and effortless alternative to making oatmeal or another meal that requires attention in preparing. The taste won't compare to a Dunkin Donuts or home cooked meal but when you're out in the wild, its the best you can get. Definitely pick up a few for a weekend hike or when resupplying on a thru hike/extended hike.
Date published: 2014-01-23
Rated4out of5byJimpsfromSolution for excess waterThe idea of draining out the excess water really bothered me, because somewhere in my past I was told never to dump food out on the trail, especially near a camp site. And since I like the idea of eggs and bacon, I came up with a novel idea. I add a little extra boiling water to the pack and add a packet of instant grits (butter flavor) and stir it in well. The grits absorb any excess water and add a bit of flavor to the meal. Now I can have grits, eggs and bacon on the trail, and no excess water to drain off. I also let the pack sit for about 10 minutes before eating. Gives the grits time to fully rehydrate.
Yes, I know that no self-respecting Southerner would ever condescend to eating instant grits, but when you are out on the trail, you have to be flexible!
Date published: 2013-11-01
Rated1out of5byArferfromOk in an EmergencyMountain House makes many fine freeze dried foods. This isn't one of them, unless you want a tasteless product with 110% of daily cholesterol in one serving. The pieces of scrambled egg have the taste and consistency of a torn yellow sponge. And don't look for the bacon to save the day: it's almost insignificant and what little there is, collects as a desultory pile at the bottom of the bag. Ultimately, I ate it. I was hungry, what can I say. I shall not eat it again.
Date published: 2013-06-14
Rated1out of5byTannerBoylfromGood in theory, bad in practical applicaI bought the Mountain House Scrambled Eggs with Bacon while researching food for an upcoming hunting trip. Eggs and Bacon sounded like an excellent way to start the day, so I bought one package to try out.
The preparation was quick and easy. I followed the directions on the pouch by adding one cup of boiling water, mixing and I let it stand for a little longer than recommended. I poured out the excess water and took a taste.
The flavor of the eggs were drowned out by an overpowering taste of smoke from the bacon. The particles of bacon were soggy and unappetizing. I figured they would be soggy, but I didn't count on how much the texture of cooked bacon plays into the overall enjoyment of bacon. The eggs were a bit spongy, but nothing that would have stopped me had it not been for the smokey flavor. I added a few drops of my favorite hot sauce (Trappy's Louisiana Hot Sauce). It helped, but the smokey flavor still overpowered it. Figuring that I couldn't make it worse, I dumped ten to fifteen shakes of sauce in the packet. This made it tolerable enough to choke down.
I would not buy this specific breakfast meal again.
Date published: 2013-05-03
Rated4out of5byluvinlabsfromGood start to the day!I was a bit concerned with the low rating for this product, however for freeze dried eggs and bacon, it was actually pretty hearty and good. I found that most of the negative reviews were due to it being "soupy", but step 4 says to drain off the remaining water. After that, its a pretty tasty start to the day.
Date published: 2013-04-07
Rated1out of5bystarpower28fromYuckWent on a 14 mile hike and had to camp for a night and decided to have this for breakfast. It didn't take too long to prepare however, this taste really awful. It is too spongy and water was not absorbed at all and had a bad after taste. I had been traumatized by this product that I can no longer eat the real scrambled eggs with bacon at home. I ate just a tiny bit of this, had to carry the leftover with me for the next 8 mile hike. I ended up hiking on an almost empty stomach because of the after taste, I couldn't eat anything else because I just felt extremely awful afterwards.
Date published: 2013-03-02
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Mountain House Scrambled Eggs with Bacon - Single Serving Customer Reviews