The Trek'n Eat product range consists of complete meals, vegetarian meals, soups, vegetables and other diverse nutritional items from breakfast to dessert. All that is required to restore the freeze-dried ingredients is hot water.
Trek'N Eat says:
Six thousand years ago, the early civilizations of the Andes knew the value of quinoa: the sustaining, protein-rich grain is known to this day as "Inca gold". New from Trek'n Eat, Mexican-style Quinoa is packed with vegetables to provide perfect nutrition for modern-day adventurers. The spicy dish is vegan, lactose-free and free from artificial colours, preservatives and flavour enhancers. A hint of cilantro underscores the delicate flavours typical of Central American dishes.
Trek'N Eat offer unique freeze-dried foods that can be easily prepared with hot water. Of course staff were eager to try these and quickly found that they offered a great 'all natural' taste thanks to the fact they don't add preservatives, colourants, or flavour enhancing additives.
You will probably notice that most Trek'n Eat foods have a high calorie count of around 600 calories per package, this is to cover the increased energy consumption during sports activities. All the meals are packaged in waterproof resealable standing pouches which is ideal for those who might not finish all the food at once and don't want to leave a mess in your rucksack.
- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear
Quinoa 15%, red quinoa 15%, kidney beans, seasoning (contains celery), potatoes, tomatoes, capsicum, sweet corn, leeks, celery, sugar, cumin. Allergens: contains gluten, celery
Pour boiling water directly into the bag up to 7.5 cm on the scale (320 ml), stir thoroughly. Close the bag and let it rest for 8 minutes.
|Per 100g||Per meal|
|- of which saturated fatty acids||13g||18.2g|
|- of which sugar||6.9g||9.66g|