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#197981 - 03/19/17 10:38 PM anyone ever had bannock backpacking meals?
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This is the ingredients to their chili. All their food looks healthy. I am going to order some off amazon prime to try it

Pinto Bean, Black Bean, Tomato, Freeze Dried Cooked Beef, Milk Protein Isolate, Organically Grown Non-GMO Super Foods (Orange, Pineapple, Banana, Apple, Papaya, Guava, Melon, Brown Rice, Oat, Corn, Barley [Hordein Protein Neutralized], Pea, Jalo Bean, Roxinho Bean, Black Sesame, Millet, Plum, Adzuki Bean, Natto, Carrot, Rye [Hordein Protein Neutralized], Black Bean, Lentil, Avocado, Acerola, Lemon, Pear, Tomato, Red Grape, Mango, Watermelon, Pumpkin, Sweet Potato, Chick Pea, Carambola, Cashew Nut, Brazil Nut, Kiwi, Cassava, Green Bell Pepper, Sugar Beet, Collard Couve-Manteiga, Cabbage, Passion Fruit, Chicory, West Indian Lemon Grass, Scared Lotus, Turnip, Seaweed, Mate, Cinnamon, Anise, Cloves, Ginger, Zedoary Root), Sea Salt, Corn, Xanthan Gum, Onion, Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Red Bell Pepper, Maltodextrin, Green Bell Pepper, Spice, Celery, Garlic, Jalapeno, Natural Flavor.

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#197982 - 03/19/17 11:50 PM Re: anyone ever had bannock backpacking meals? [Re: toddfw2003]
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I wonder what it would taste like without that last ingredient...
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#197984 - 03/20/17 12:48 AM Re: anyone ever had bannock backpacking meals? [Re: balzaccom]
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A little strange that it is chili but is doesnt have chili powder in it. hmmmmm. makes me nervous


Edited by toddfw2003 (03/20/17 12:50 AM)

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#197992 - 03/20/17 09:12 PM Re: anyone ever had bannock backpacking meals? [Re: balzaccom]
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HILARIOUS!

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#198006 - 03/22/17 10:07 AM Re: anyone ever had bannock backpacking meals? [Re: CamperMom]
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Yes, but it has Green Bell Pepper twice. And I am wondering what Scared Lotus is. How do they scare it? Doesn't that make it taste bad?
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#198007 - 03/22/17 11:53 AM Re: anyone ever had bannock backpacking meals? [Re: balzaccom]
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I always distrust any food with that long an ingredient list. I especially wonder about that unidentified "natural flavor"! Does that mean that all the other ingredients are unnatural?
lol


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#198024 - 03/23/17 08:55 AM Re: anyone ever had bannock backpacking meals? [Re: balzaccom]
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You have to follow the parentheses. When a mixture is added, the ingredients are often listed in parentheses. Chili powder would be (chile,cumin,garlic,oregano). It seems like manufacturers go out of their way to make it confusing, but their objective is to comply with the law, not to explain what's in their product to you.

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#198025 - 03/23/17 12:52 PM Re: anyone ever had bannock backpacking meals? [Re: wgiles]
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And with all humor aside, this looks a lot like a generic ingredient list for all Bannock foods, not specifically this one. I think that it also allowed...
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#198026 - 03/23/17 01:11 PM Re: anyone ever had bannock backpacking meals? [Re: balzaccom]
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Reading about their offerings at Amazon, I'm a bit concerned that their descriptions for any foods may be inaccurate. There are just too many typos or spelling errors. What else are they getting wrong?

CM

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#198458 - 06/12/17 11:06 PM Re: anyone ever had bannock backpacking meals? [Re: toddfw2003]
jeremy
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Naaa.. I never tried it..!!

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#200226 - 02/11/18 02:43 PM Re: anyone ever had bannock backpacking meals? [Re: balzaccom]
EMT Dave Offline
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Originally Posted By balzaccom
...I am wondering what Scared Lotus is. How do they scare it? Doesn't that make it taste bad?

Maybe they shout "boo!"?
Or could it be sacred lotus?

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#201090 - 06/04/18 04:01 PM Re: anyone ever had bannock backpacking meals? [Re: toddfw2003]
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Haven't heard of this company, so thank you for sharing this

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#204716 - 08/23/20 07:49 PM Re: anyone ever had bannock backpacking meals? [Re: toddfw2003]
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Check out Pack It Gourmet. Pretty damned good.

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