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    I Placed an order with the Absolute Wilderness company for a few flavors; Thai Red Curry, Chili Con Carne, Butter Chicken, Banana Porridge, Scrambled Eggs. Will let you all know how they taste next week
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmay View Post
    I Placed an order with the Absolute Wilderness company for a few flavors; Thai Red Curry, Chili Con Carne, Butter Chicken, Banana Porridge, Scrambled Eggs. Will let you all know how they taste next week
    Sorry just seen this thread mate and a bit late to help. I can get a discount at Torpedo 7 if you ever get stuck again. Appear to be $9.56 pack for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmay View Post
    I Placed an order with the Absolute Wilderness company for a few flavors; Thai Red Curry, Chili Con Carne, Butter Chicken, Banana Porridge, Scrambled Eggs. Will let you all know how they taste next week
    I have had some landed and will try this weekend. Keep this thread alive chaps. SAR crew here also struggling with availability and taste/ weight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    I have had some landed and will try this weekend. Keep this thread alive chaps. SAR crew here also struggling with availability and taste/ weight.
    Same. I am just packing my gear now heading away tonite.
    I will take half AW and half backcountry and see what's best I spose.

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    Nice.


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    Anyone tried this stuff? https://radixnutrition.com/
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    Smiths City ChCh have a sale on Back Country meals, 2 serves for $9-99
    Shut up, get out & start pushing!

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    There’s a new brand out called Radix, it’s pretty good, made by a former Olympic cyclist who wanted nutritious food on the road, has a pretty good range, not sure on the cost tho

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    This might sound weird from a hunter, but I wish they made more vegie options. Rehy meat always tastes like the sole of a shoe. Hate the stuff
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    Absolute wilderness scrambled eggs is good ��

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmay View Post
    Does anyone know a way of getting meals from The Outdoor company a bit cheaper than what HnF sell them for ($15) I tried one the other week and it was definitely worthy of the extra buck or so over a Backcountry.
    I'm planning an fair few days in the bush this April and the costs stack up (ignoring shooting an animal)
    They are the same company from my understanding. As what @JoshC said

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick-D View Post
    This might sound weird from a hunter, but I wish they made more vegie options. Rehy meat always tastes like the sole of a shoe. Hate the stuff
    The Absolute Wilderness is a step above the back country imo.
    But totally agree on more veg options.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R93 View Post
    The Absolute Wilderness is a step above the back country imo.
    But totally agree on more veg options.

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    Totally agree


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