- Freeze Dried Main Meal
- Dry Weight of 121g
- Energy of 547kcal
- Long shelf life
Rice (34%), pulled pork (pork (98%), brown sugar, salt) (18%), tomato (11%), onion, bell pepper, leek, rapeseed oil, corn starch, soy sauce, meat bouillon, sugar, vinegar, seasoning, garlic, antioxidant (ascorbic acid).
Allergy Information: Contains Soy.
Nutrition Per 100g
Energy 1893kj / 452kcal, Protein 16.8g, Carbohydrates 49g, Sugar 8.78g, Fat 20g, Saturated Fat 2.96g, Salt 3.5g
Nutrition Per Pack
Energy 2291kj / 547kcal, Protein 20.3g, Carbohydrates 59g, Sugar 10.62g, Fat 24g, Saturated Fat 3.98g, Salt 4.2g
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My wife and I are not spring chickens any more but decided to do a bit of wild camping in Scotland. We planned 2 nights at Peanmeanach Beach which is far enough away from roads to feel wild but not so far. Anyway we carried with us two lots of Real Turmat, the pulled Pork and Rice and the Creamy Salmon and Pasta. In amongst all of our kit we also managed to carry a bottle of Chilean Merlot to go with both meals. I have done quite a bit of wild camping in my younger days with groups of boys/men around Devon and Cornwall, the Lake District and Brecon Beacons and meal time was never really particularly memorable other then for the issues of cleaning up, accidental spillages... I just seem to remember the dried Vesta meals like Beef Risotto and Paella which we used to have to put up with and also trying Army rations. Whilst they might have been light and nourishing (Possibly) I can't remember them being tasty. Surprisingly you can still get them :) So probably unfair to compare these Turmat meals to them and I was a little dubious especially when I first opened one, but both the pulled pork and rice and the salmon and pasta meals were really very good and so easy to prepare and no cleaning up. You've read the instructions but really simple, open the pack at the top line, pour in the boiled water up to the desired level (you don't have to be particularly accurate) and stir a lot to make sure you have collected all of the dried food and mixed with the water, re-seal and leave for 8 mins and then open from the lower line and eat. Simples and delicious. The Chilean Merlot went down amazingly well with this as well.
We were so stuffed after this that we couldn't manage the chocolate chip dried pudding we had taken with us on either night.
Thoroughly recommend these meals. We have some more left we had taken in case we got some other nights for camping but the fabulous Scottish weather we had experienced until then finally turned and we decided not to do any further nights of wild camping but we still have the meals so we are ready for the next time.
Currently my favourite dried meal for camping. Really tasty, nice texture and consistency. Excellent.
Haven’t tried this flavour yet and won’t until my trip in Sept but excellent service and real turn at meals are worth the extra price
Too salty to finish the whole packet. I consider myself very tolerant to salt, but this was like trying to eat spoonful after spoonful of Maldon flakes. Otherwise, the flavour was good, and it was a hearty and fulfilling meal; but wow! Too salty! Tone it down!
Best food taste ever had at a wild camp