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AlpineAire Foods Gourmet Reserves Texas BBQ Chicken with Beans — 42 oz

AlpineAire Foods Gourmet Reserves Texas BBQ Chicken with Beans — 42 oz

  • The makers of AlpineAire Foods created Gourmet Reserves in 1991
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The makers of AlpineAire Foods created Gourmet Reserves in 1991. The same food used to support the hardiest adventurers who demand wholesome, nutritious foods to fortify their most challenging efforts, is now available for long-term storage. MSG, artificial colorings or flavorings are never added to our products. Please note: small amounts of MSG may occur naturally in autolyzed yeast. Many Gourmet Reserves entrees simply require adding hot or cold water and stirring. Entrees come with pre-measured spice packets to ensure the very best in taste and storage. Oxygen absorbers are used with every can to seal in freshness and extend shelf life. Gourmet Reserves uses heavy gauge metal cans to guard against rust and moisture. Always compare daily caloric counts verses the competition.Gourmet Reserves offers the most for the money. Storage Tips: Avoid storage places that experience temperature build up such as attics, garages or car trunks. Ideally, room temperature is best – the cooler the better. Never store your reserves on the ground or concrete floors – moisture can build up inside the containers. Store in a location(s) that is easily accessed for periodic inspections. Rotate your food supplies regularly.

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AlpineAire Foods Strawberry Honey Granola With Milk

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AlpineAire Foods 7 Day Gourmet Meal Kit (25 Pouches)

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AlpineAire Foods Strawberries, Sliced, Freeze-Dried

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AlpineAire Foods Oriental Style Chicken Salad with Crackers

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AlpineAire Foods Freeze-Dried Meals (Six Packages)

AlpineAire Foods Freeze-Dried Meals (Six Packages)

  • Meals include one each of: Mountain Chili, Santa Fe Black Beans Rice, Beef Stroganoff, Sierra Chicken, Bandito Scramble & Peach Crumble
  • Just add boiling water into the pouch all entrees, Bandito Scramble needs frying
  • All natural freeze-dried ingredients; no artificial preservatives, colors, flavors, white sugar & no added MSG
  • Original recipes and highest quality ingredients insure a delightful dining experience

Mountain Chili, Black Beans & Rice and Bandito scramble are meatless and gluten-free. Sierra Chicken is a tomato based pasta & vegetable dish. The creamy Beef Stroganoff w/Noodles is the best on the market. Deep Dish Peach Crumble has sliced peaches in sauce with graham cracker crumbs. Extra large serving portions make each dish satisfying.

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AlpineAire Foods Apple Blueberry Fruit Cobbler

AlpineAire Foods Apple Blueberry Fruit Cobbler

  • 2 – Servings
  • Hot Dessert
  • Some preparation required
  • Breakfast entrée

Sure this makes a great dessert, but wait until you try it fro breakfast.Cake mix [whole wheat flour, honey powder (honey, wheat starch, soy flour), whole egg powder, nonfat dry milk, oats, barley flakes, rye flakes, leavening (sodium acid pyrophosphate, sodium bicarbonate, corn starch, monocalcium phosphate, calcium sulfate), soybean oil, malted barley and corn grit extract, salt, spice, lecithin], apple flakes*, date pieces [rolled in oat flour], freeze-dried blueberries, diced apples*.

*dehydrated

Frequently Asked Questions
How long will the food last?
Most products have a 3-5 year shelf life under proper conditions. Products containing shrimp, tuna, brown rice, nuts, and dairy products have a shelf life of one to two years.

What are proper storage conditions?
The best is a cool, dry environment for our products. The cooler the better. High heat that occurs in a garage or the trunk of a car is not good for these products.

How does AlpineAire Foods extend the shelf life of food?
By using freeze-dried and dehydrated ingredients, most of the water is removed from the item. Each product contains an oxygen absorber, which is iron oxide pellets. Iron oxide attacks the head-space oxygen remaining in the pouch once the pouch has been sealed. Oxygen has moisture so the absorber collects the oxygen and thus slows down the oxidation process that can occur. Oxidation leads to rancidity.

Is the oxygen absorber harmful?
No, it is not harmful, but do not use it as a spice packet. It tastes awful.

What is freeze drying?
Freeze drying is a process used for instant or quick rehydration of certain dried foods. The first step in freeze drying is to rapidly freeze the food. The water content, now frozen, is turned directly into a gas and withdrawn from the food during the next steps, vacuum and low-heat, thus avoiding the shrinkage. Many of AlpineAire’s products are custom freeze dried to suit strict quality requirements. Freeze-dried products include grains, beans, fruits, meats, seafood, pastas, vegetables, and eggs. Using this process, 98% of the moisture is removed.

Key advantages of freeze-dried products include:

  • The original taste and nutritional value of the food is retained due to very low heat temperature that is used.
  • Foods are quick and easy to prepare.
  • There’s no waste.
  • It’s an ideal method for maintaining flavors of meat, poultry, and fish.
  • Extends the shelf life of the product.
  • No preservatives are necessary.
  • Results in a super-lightweight, compact product.
  • A wide variety of foods are available.
  • Use hot or cold water to rehydrate.

What is dehydration?
The standard method of dehydrating vegetables and spices is to place the items on a conveyor belt and run them through an oven at a high temperature for a relatively short time. About 90 to 95% of the moisture is removed.

Some vegetables are more suited to this form of drying than others. This means that with the addition of water, the product rehydrates back to its original state more easily. Preferable items include: onions, bell peppers, tomatoes, celery, carrots and mushrooms. Dehydrated items such as peas, corn, and green beans do not rehydrate as well as freeze-dried.

What are proper storage techniques?
It is crucial that you store food properly:

  • Avoid exposure to heat and moisture; make sure foods are not accessible to insects or animals.
  • Never store food directly on the ground or on concrete floors–moisture can build up inside containers.
  • Avoid such storage places that experience temperature build-up such as attics, garages, or car trunks. Ideally, storage should not exceed room temperature for extended periods.
  • Store in a location that’s accessible so that periodic inspections are easy and you can rotate supplies.
  • Avoid excessive and rough handling of pouch and canned foods.

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AlpineAire Foods Freeze-Dried Kung Fu Chicken

AlpineAire Foods Freeze-Dried Kung Fu Chicken

  • 2 – Servings
  • No-Cook Entrée.
  • Prepare right in the pouch.
  • Chicken Entrée

A spicy pan-Asian chicken and pasta dish with “Pizzazz”…Pasta [durum semolina (enriched with niacin, ferrous sulfate, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, and folic acid)], modified food starch, cooked freeze-dried diced chicken, [corn syrup solids and pineapple juice solids], Energysmart® [fruit juice, natural grain dextrins], honey powder [honey, maltodextrin], red & green bell peppers*, freeze-dried peas, onions*, freeze-dried pineapple, onion granules, sea salt, freeze-dried pea pods, spices, mushrooms*.

*dehydrated

Frequently Asked Questions
How long will the food last?
Most products have a 3-5 year shelf life under proper conditions. Products containing shrimp, tuna, brown rice, nuts, and dairy products have a shelf life of one to two years.

What are proper storage conditions?
The best is a cool, dry environment for our products. The cooler the better. High heat that occurs in a garage or the trunk of a car is not good for these products.

How does AlpineAire Foods extend the shelf life of food?
By using freeze-dried and dehydrated ingredients, most of the water is removed from the item. Each product contains an oxygen absorber, which is iron oxide pellets. Iron oxide attacks the head-space oxygen remaining in the pouch once the pouch has been sealed. Oxygen has moisture so the absorber collects the oxygen and thus slows down the oxidation process that can occur. Oxidation leads to rancidity.

Is the oxygen absorber harmful?
No, it is not harmful, but do not use it as a spice packet. It tastes awful.

What is freeze drying?
Freeze drying is a process used for instant or quick rehydration of certain dried foods. The first step in freeze drying is to rapidly freeze the food. The water content, now frozen, is turned directly into a gas and withdrawn from the food during the next steps, vacuum and low-heat, thus avoiding the shrinkage. Many of AlpineAire’s products are custom freeze dried to suit strict quality requirements. Freeze-dried products include grains, beans, fruits, meats, seafood, pastas, vegetables, and eggs. Using this process, 98% of the moisture is removed.

Key advantages of freeze-dried products include:

  • The original taste and nutritional value of the food is retained due to very low heat temperature that is used.
  • Foods are quick and easy to prepare.
  • There’s no waste.
  • It’s an ideal method for maintaining flavors of meat, poultry, and fish.
  • Extends the shelf life of the product.
  • No preservatives are necessary.
  • Results in a super-lightweight, compact product.
  • A wide variety of foods are available.
  • Use hot or cold water to rehydrate.

What is dehydration?
The standard method of dehydrating vegetables and spices is to place the items on a conveyor belt and run them through an oven at a high temperature for a relatively short time. About 90 to 95% of the moisture is removed.

Some vegetables are more suited to this form of drying than others. This means that with the addition of water, the product rehydrates back to its original state more easily. Preferable items include: onions, bell peppers, tomatoes, celery, carrots and mushrooms. Dehydrated items such as peas, corn, and green beans do not rehydrate as well as freeze-dried.

What are proper storage techniques?
It is crucial that you store food properly:

  • Avoid exposure to heat and moisture; make sure foods are not accessible to insects or animals.
  • Never store food directly on the ground or on concrete floors–moisture can build up inside containers.
  • Avoid such storage places that experience temperature build-up such as attics, garages, or car trunks. Ideally, storage should not exceed room temperature for extended periods.
  • Store in a location that’s accessible so that periodic inspections are easy and you can rotate supplies.
  • Avoid excessive and rough handling of pouch and canned foods.

AlpineAire Foods Freeze-Dried Brown Rice with Chicken and Vegetables

  • 2 – Servings
  • No-Cook Entrée.
  • Prepare right in the pouch.
  • Chicken Entrée

This medley of rice’s and grains combined with vegetables and white meat chicken take wholesome to a new level.Instant brown rice, barley flakes, cooked freeze-dried diced chicken, bulgur [pre-cooked cracked wheat], carrots*, freeze-dried peas, chicken flavor broth mix [maltodextrin, salt, autolyzed yeast extract, natural flavor, dehydrated vegetables (onion, celery, parsley, spinach, garlic, carrot), potato flour, soybean oil, xanthan gum, spices, extractive of spices, lecithin], miso powder [whole soybeans, salt, maltodextrin], onion granules, sea salt, garlic granules, spice. Note: Small amounts of monosodium glutamate (MSG) naturally occur in hydrolyzed cereal solids & autolyzed yeast.

*dehydrated

Frequently Asked Questions
How long will the food last?
Most products have a 3-5 year shelf life under proper conditions. Products containing shrimp, tuna, brown rice, nuts, and dairy products have a shelf life of one to two years.

What are proper storage conditions?
The best is a cool, dry environment for our products. The cooler the better. High heat that occurs in a garage or the trunk of a car is not good for these products.

How does AlpineAire Foods extend the shelf life of food?
By using freeze-dried and dehydrated ingredients, most of the water is removed from the item. Each product contains an oxygen absorber, which is iron oxide pellets. Iron oxide attacks the head-space oxygen remaining in the pouch once the pouch has been sealed. Oxygen has moisture so the absorber collects the oxygen and thus slows down the oxidation process that can occur. Oxidation leads to rancidity.

Is the oxygen absorber harmful?
No, it is not harmful, but do not use it as a spice packet. It tastes awful.

What is freeze drying?
Freeze drying is a process used for instant or quick rehydration of certain dried foods. The first step in freeze drying is to rapidly freeze the food. The water content, now frozen, is turned directly into a gas and withdrawn from the food during the next steps, vacuum and low-heat, thus avoiding the shrinkage. Many of AlpineAire’s products are custom freeze dried to suit strict quality requirements. Freeze-dried products include grains, beans, fruits, meats, seafood, pastas, vegetables, and eggs. Using this process, 98% of the moisture is removed.

Key advantages of freeze-dried products include:

  • The original taste and nutritional value of the food is retained due to very low heat temperature that is used.
  • Foods are quick and easy to prepare.
  • There’s no waste.
  • It’s an ideal method for maintaining flavors of meat, poultry, and fish.
  • Extends the shelf life of the product.
  • No preservatives are necessary.
  • Results in a super-lightweight, compact product.
  • A wide variety of foods are available.
  • Use hot or cold water to rehydrate.

What is dehydration?
The standard method of dehydrating vegetables and spices is to place the items on a conveyor belt and run them through an oven at a high temperature for a relatively short time. About 90 to 95% of the moisture is removed.

Some vegetables are more suited to this form of drying than others. This means that with the addition of water, the product rehydrates back to its original state more easily. Preferable items include: onions, bell peppers, tomatoes, celery, carrots and mushrooms. Dehydrated items such as peas, corn, and green beans do not rehydrate as well as freeze-dried.

What are proper storage techniques?
It is crucial that you store food properly:

  • Avoid exposure to heat and moisture; make sure foods are not accessible to insects or animals.
  • Never store food directly on the ground or on concrete floors–moisture can build up inside containers.
  • Avoid such storage places that experience temperature build-up such as attics, garages, or car trunks. Ideally, storage should not exceed room temperature for extended periods.
  • Store in a location that’s accessible so that periodic inspections are easy and you can rotate supplies.
  • Avoid excessive and rough handling of pouch and canned foods.

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AlpineAire Foods Gourmet Reserves Leonardo Da Fettuccine — 33 oz

AlpineAire Foods Gourmet Reserves Leonardo Da Fettuccine — 33 oz

  • Alpine Aire Foods has been an innovator of complete recreational meals since 1979, providing the hardiest of adventurers with wholesome, nutritious foods to fortify their most challenging efforts
  • AlpineAire Foods

Alpine Aire Foods has been an innovator of complete recreational meals since 1979, providing the hardiest of adventurers with wholesome, nutritious foods to fortify their most challenging efforts.Gourmet Reserves heavy gauge metal cans guard against rust and moisture. Contents stay fresh longer under proper storage conditions. No cooking required, simply add water. sauce and seasonings are included and pre-measured.

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AlpineAire Foods Peaches, Diced, Freeze-Dried Reviews

AlpineAire Foods Peaches, Diced, Freeze-Dried

  • Ingredient
  • Individual Item / Fruit
  • Prepare right in the pouch.
  • Gluten Free

yup¿ Peaches, perfect as a snack, alone or as an addition to cereals and desserts.Freeze-dried peaches.

Frequently Asked Questions
How long will the food last?
Most products have a 3-5 year shelf life under proper conditions. Products containing shrimp, tuna, brown rice, nuts, and dairy products have a shelf life of one to two years.

What are proper storage conditions?
The best is a cool, dry environment for our products. The cooler the better. High heat that occurs in a garage or the trunk of a car is not good for these products.

How does AlpineAire Foods extend the shelf life of food?
By using freeze-dried and dehydrated ingredients, most of the water is removed from the item. Each product contains an oxygen absorber, which is iron oxide pellets. Iron oxide attacks the head-space oxygen remaining in the pouch once the pouch has been sealed. Oxygen has moisture so the absorber collects the oxygen and thus slows down the oxidation process that can occur. Oxidation leads to rancidity.

Is the oxygen absorber harmful?
No, it is not harmful, but do not use it as a spice packet. It tastes awful.

What is freeze drying?
Freeze drying is a process used for instant or quick rehydration of certain dried foods. The first step in freeze drying is to rapidly freeze the food. The water content, now frozen, is turned directly into a gas and withdrawn from the food during the next steps, vacuum and low-heat, thus avoiding the shrinkage. Many of AlpineAire’s products are custom freeze dried to suit strict quality requirements. Freeze-dried products include grains, beans, fruits, meats, seafood, pastas, vegetables, and eggs. Using this process, 98% of the moisture is removed.

Key advantages of freeze-dried products include:

  • The original taste and nutritional value of the food is retained due to very low heat temperature that is used.
  • Foods are quick and easy to prepare.
  • There’s no waste.
  • It’s an ideal method for maintaining flavors of meat, poultry, and fish.
  • Extends the shelf life of the product.
  • No preservatives are necessary.
  • Results in a super-lightweight, compact product.
  • A wide variety of foods are available.
  • Use hot or cold water to rehydrate.

What is dehydration?
The standard method of dehydrating vegetables and spices is to place the items on a conveyor belt and run them through an oven at a high temperature for a relatively short time. About 90 to 95% of the moisture is removed.

Some vegetables are more suited to this form of drying than others. This means that with the addition of water, the product rehydrates back to its original state more easily. Preferable items include: onions, bell peppers, tomatoes, celery, carrots and mushrooms. Dehydrated items such as peas, corn, and green beans do not rehydrate as well as freeze-dried.

What are proper storage techniques?
It is crucial that you store food properly:

  • Avoid exposure to heat and moisture; make sure foods are not accessible to insects or animals.
  • Never store food directly on the ground or on concrete floors–moisture can build up inside containers.
  • Avoid such storage places that experience temperature build-up such as attics, garages, or car trunks. Ideally, storage should not exceed room temperature for extended periods.
  • Store in a location that’s accessible so that periodic inspections are easy and you can rotate supplies.
  • Avoid excessive and rough handling of pouch and canned foods.

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