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Scrambled Eggs and Bacon (Mountain House Pouch)

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Scrambled Eggs and Bacon (Mountain House Pouch)

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Free Shipping: Yes - When order subtotal is $199 or more
Ships Canada Wide: Yes
Product Code: 2-0688

 

$7.95
Take all the prep work out of breakfast with our freeze-dried scrambled eggs and bacon. Just add hot water and you'll be ready to dig in to this classic hot breakfast anywhere under any circumstances.


Take all the prep work out of breakfast with our freeze-dried scrambled eggs and bacon. Just add hot water and you'll be ready to dig in to this classic hot breakfast anywhere under any circumstances.

For nearly 40 years, Mountain House products have been the first choice for backpacking and camping, as well as emergency and food storage needs. Our foods are shelf-stable and can be easily prepared with just boiling water.





How to prepare your Mountain House Scrambled Eggs with Bacon Meal Pouch:

Mountain House Pouch Preparation Instructions
1. Open package at tear notch. Remove and discard oxygen absorber.*
2. Carefully add 1 1/2 cups (375ml) boiling water.
3. Stir carefully and close zipper. Optional: After 4 minutes stir again.
4. Let stand 8-9 minutes. Stir and enjoy right out of the pouch!

*If you forget to remove oxygen absorber before adding water, don't worry. Your food is still safe to eat. Simply remove and discard absorber.




Serving sizes for Mountain House are based on USDA/FDA 'Reference Amounts Customarily Consumed' and are for comparison purposes. Your mileage will vary based on your metabolism and activity level. We recommend determining your caloric needs and basing your purchasing decisions on calories rather than servings.


Nutritional Information:




What is the shelf life of Mountain House Pouches?

From Mountain House themselves:
"Based on our ongoing sensory and nutrition testing of actual Mountain House products, we’ve raised the shelf-life on our pouches to 30 years!"

Remember that we recommend storing your pouches unopened and avoid prolonged exposure to temperatures above 75° (24°C) to maximize shelf life.

Closed Shelf Life: 30 years!!!
Open Shelf Life: 1 - 2 weeks

Do not open until you are ready to use. It is necessary to store Mountain House products properly to ensure maximum shelf life. Store the product in a cool area, avoid long-term storage above 75°F/24°C, and be careful to not puncture the pouches. Under these conditions, Mountain House meals will maintain its shelf life for product quality, flavour and nutritional value. Once opened you can increase your shelf life by vacuum packing any unused portions or rehydrating all the product and freezing unused portions.

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Free Shipping Yes - When order subtotal is $199 or more
Short Description Take all the prep work out of breakfast with our freeze-dried scrambled eggs and bacon. Just add hot water and you'll be ready to dig in to this classic hot breakfast anywhere under any circumstances.
Sealed Shelf Life 30 years
Opened Shelf Life 1 - 2 weeks
Servings Per Container 1
Serving Size 64 g
Net Weight 64 g
Ingredients Cooked scrambled egg product (liquid whole egg, liquid yolk, skim milk powder, modified cornstarch, corn oil, salt, yeast extract, sunflower oil, smoke flavour, xantham gum), Bacon (pork, water, salt, sodium erythorbate, sodium nitrate, May contain: Smoke flavour, sugar, dextrose, brown sugar, sodium phosphate, potassium chloride, flavour).
Contains: Egg, Milk.
Gluten Free No
GMO Free No
Special Order Item No
Ships Canada Wide Yes
Enable Squeeze Content No
Product Features No
Page Image Banner No
Video Section One No
Video Section Two No

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