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Posted: 09/21/20 04:35am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

^ My goodness - those freeze dried meals are expensive - looks like around 9 bucks per 1 person meal. For hubby and I that would be an 18 dollar meal.

I do get those hash browns - you pour hot water into the box and wait for 20 minutes for the potatoes to get soft - then you fry them up. Frozen is way easier, but with limited freezer space...


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pasusan wrote:

^ My goodness - those freeze dried meals are expensive - looks like around 9 bucks per 1 person meal. For hubby and I that would be an 18 dollar meal.

I do get those hash browns - you pour hot water into the box and wait for 20 minutes for the potatoes to get soft - then you fry them up. Frozen is way easier, but with limited freezer space...



Yup. Although I find a package is almost too much for one person. My wife and I were out picking berries and stopped for lunch and grabbed one. It was perfect for the both of us.


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