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Real food for camping and backpacking. Simply add foil pouch to boiling water and follow instructions. Even leaves pan of water for after meal brew.

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10 Customer reviews for this product

Great Lancashire Hotpot
Reviewed By Elspeth, 27 Apr 2014

I have just had this on a wild camping night, it was tasty and filling, and it heats up even when the water in the pot isn't up to boiling point. Next morning I used the empty pouch to make porridge, having brought a mixture of oats and powdered milk which I put in the pouch along with some of the water from last night. I had to guess at the quantities and it was a bit more watery than my normal porridge, but it still tasted fine and was cooked and hot. Never had Lancy-tasting porridge before but I may do it again.



What you need but not for the fussy eater
Reviewed By Henry, 09 Aug 2013

Let's start with the assumption you'll be hungry after a hard day's hiking, possibly cold and maybe if your unlucky a bit wet.

In that case you'll eat these with no fuss as they provide a warm fulfilling meal. There's a good variety of meals.

I advise you get rid of the outer wrapper straight away and take the inner one labelled with a marker. This saves rubbish camping. Also they don't need to be poured into a pan which saves time consuming cleaning.

The one shortfall of these is that many people I know dislike them but personally I don't mind them and if you are hungry you will eat them as they provide a lot of energy



A proper meal in a bag.
Reviewed By Gary, 14 Mar 2013

Use these a lot on motorcycle tours - they take up no room, are easy to prepare, give a good quantity and are very tasty. Perfect after a long ride.



for the price
Reviewed By Johnnie, 27 Sep 2012

good, but not enough for the price, will buy again for emergency ,
but cheaper to eat out in Europe !



Good grub.
Reviewed By Alex, 07 Apr 2012

These are a lot heavier than dried food, but they taste quite good. A few tips are to make sure you get them really hot (they taste pretty bad when cold or warm), use a long spoon so as not to end up wearing most of your meal and stick to the spicier options as they taste less of the bag (take tobasco to add).



Taste great but quite heavy and expensive
Reviewed By Claudia, 26 Mar 2012

I am currently doing my Duke of Edinburgh Gold award. I took these on my silver practice and qualifying expedition and found them really tasty. They are however quite expensive and weigh a lot more than freeze dry food but I believe they are more filling.

I have eaten them both warm (cooked on a trangia)and cold for lunch, both times they were very nice despite it not sounding very tasty.

I have had chilli con carne, meatballs and pasta and beef stew and dumplings. I also intend to take these on my gold practice for both lunch and dinner so I will be taking 7 in total.



Yummy yummy yummy! :D
Reviewed By Ella, 23 Feb 2012

I have has these a few times, and they are great! After a long days walking, all you want is some hot food, and these cook so fast! They come in pouches you just stick in some boiling water, heat it, then eat it out the pack - so no washing up either!! only thing is i do find the chicken they put in their meals is not like you would think and i didn't really like it! But all the others are lovely and yummy! :D



Tastes like ---- but it will keep you alive
Reviewed By Michael, 06 Jan 2012

Crocodile Dundee said all that needs to be said really. It's expensive, not really much of a weight saver adn takes to long to heat up - but it can be eaten cold in an emergency.



Home comfort food under the stars
Reviewed By simon, 18 Aug 2011

I have been in the Army for six years and eaten many different types of things that keep you going after a long day. I have also been camping since a child and when some friends and I went camping over Scafell pike it was amazing to sit down under the stars to a decent curry and the pleasure of a geat breakfast in the morning. It warmed the soul to know there is good food to eat which inspre me to carry on.



Awesome Camping Food !
Reviewed By , 23 Jun 2011

I am a Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme Trainee Leader, and have completed all three levels myself (Bronze, Silver and Gold).

After going on my Bronze practice I realised what a pain it was to have to attempt to cook food, meant for an average kitchen, on a camping stove. I also grew increasingly annoyed with the amount of time it took to cook in the decreasing light !

Then I found Wayfarers, needless to say since then every expedition I have gone on, ranging from Black Mountains (Wales) to Yorkshire Dales, I have chosen Wayfarers as my nutrition.

They are available in several flavours, though I would personally recommend Chilli Con Carne (which provides a lot of inner body heat, for those cold nights !) and Beans and Sausages for a good breakfast !

Can be eaten at any temperature, even cold, depending on your tastes and patience levels !!