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    Hey all, got an email from a friend who has worked with this other company on food kits fully prepared and delivered for hunters.

    Anyone use them for food gear lists?

    Looks interesting for busy self-guided hunters who don't know where to start with food prep. Interesting concept anyways

    http://drakeoutdoors.com/

    larry

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    Looks pretty cool. There is a company that is based out of Anchorage, and is Alaskan Made that does the same thing but with different food... Instead of the Mountain House meals you get some wildly different choices and flavors.

    check them out here: http://www.adventureappetites.com/

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    nice...a little expensive, but looks very promising. Great selection of meals too. Might have to give them a go-round.

    thanks for the link.

    larry

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    Default emphasis on sauces, fresh ingredients, and taste? Wow.

    Quote Originally Posted by MTfisher View Post
    Looks pretty cool. There is a company that is based out of Anchorage, and is Alaskan Made that does the same thing but with different food... Instead of the Mountain House meals you get some wildly different choices and flavors.

    check them out here: http://www.adventureappetites.com/
    Great find MT. +1. That site's video is hard to forget; very innovative to include in prepackaged outdoor meals such good ingredients as olive oil, fresh garlic & other spices. And when the company's tagline starts out "Eat well...". Wow. These guys sure seem to have the right emphasis and priorities. Anyone here that has eaten their food ?

    If their food tastes half as good as it looks, I bet these guys will be cooking it on the floor of the GASS show feeding passerbys from little sample cups, like sams club shoppers get on weekends.

    And they're local too. More power to'm.

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    yeah, I bet they'd sell the poopoo out of those food kits at the GASS.

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    I am going to look into this. We must have brought back 80 pounds of food this year/every year after 10 days on the river. I always take too much food. Next year.. smaller everything.

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