LYO Expedition Pork Stew with Pearl Barley

Size: Reg Pack - 83g (370 Rehydrated)
Sale price£8.95



In this well-balanced recipe, all ingredients work perfectly together. Tender pork pieces, healthy pearl barley and vegetables in a creamy sauce gives you a good portion of energy for your next step. Enjoy this meal!

  • Long shelf life
  • 100% natural ingredients
  • No preservatives or artificial additives
  • Easy to prepare 

Ingredients: pearl barley 30%, pork ham meat 28%, vegetables in varying proportions 20% (carrot, onion, red bell pepper, parsley root, green peas) wheat flour 2%, canola oil, sweet paprika, herbs, potato flour, salt, pepper.

Allergy Information: Contains pearl barley & wheat flour.

Nutrition Per 100g
Energy 403 kcal, Protein 37.4g, Carbohydrates 36.8g, Sugar 4.7g, Fat 10.1g, Saturated Fat 3.35g, Fibre 7.77g, Salt 3.2g

Nutrition Per 83g serving (370g Rehydrate)
Energy 334 kcal, Protein 31.04g, Carbohydrates 30.54g, Sugar 3.9g, Fat 8.38g, Saturated Fat 2.78g, Fibre 6.45g, Salt 2.66g

Nutrition Per 112g serving (500g Rehydrate)
Energy 451 kcal, Protein 41.89g, Carbohydrates 41.22g, Sugar 5.26g, Fat 11.31g, Saturated Fat 3.75g, Fibre 8.7g, Salt 3.58g

Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
Robert Szot
Good but expensive

Leo it’s my favourite fast food. Easy to make and light for backpacking. But… they are hilarious expensive. Average price £11 is just to much

Jason Collings
Lyo pork stew in pearl barley

Great flavour, rehydrate well, very filling meal. Definitely recommend

Good meal

This is certainly one of the better dehydrated meals I've had. Perhaps a tiny bit salty, but will buy again.

Simon Barber
Lovely meal, about the highest protein of any commercial freeze-dry. Exotic too.

Ate 2 of these last Summer backpacking across the Hardanger plateau, Norway. Folk who complain it's not got as many calories as it might, look at the nutrition. 37% protein, beat that! Of course other freeze-dried stuff full of palm oil flakes will have more calories. I just added a cheap (35 p) cup noodle to each meal, boosted the carbohydrate. And it makes a change, having barley as the carbohydrate. In England at least, exotic, makes a nice change.


Something to look forward to, not just for substance

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