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Good To-Go Smoked Three Bean Chili Entree - 2 Servings

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    Who forgot the third bean?

    Sure, each person in your backpacking group could bring an ingredient and you could collectively make a delicious three bean chili in the backcountry. But if you know Jerry, he'll undoubtedly drop the ball by only bringing three beans, so you'd might as well just save yourself the hassle and bring a pouch of Good To-Go's Smoked Three Bean Chili Entree. With everything you need to enjoy a hot and delicious traditional chili right there in the pouch, this chili is easily made just by adding hot boiling water and waiting 20 minutes, and it is made with carrots, onions, garlic, and corn to keep you fueled for the next day of hiking. 

    • Vegetarian
    • Gluten free
    • Made in USA
    • Just add water
    • Item #GTG0001

    Tech Specs

    Protein
    16g
    Calories
    340
    Servings Per Container
    2
    Claimed Weight
    7 oz
    Recommended Use
    backpacking

    Tech Specs

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    Hearty

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Yet another hearty and delicous meal from Good To-Go. I find the texture and flavors to be spot on for this style of chili. Not typical of a SW style traditional chili, so I can see why some folks might be dissapointed. Dont forget to bring some bread and parmesean, that is if you can eat any more after this filling meal.

    What were they thinking?

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I seriously wonder if the creator of this has ever tasted real chili. I ask because this meal tastes like what someone from a foreign country, who had never tasted chili before, would make if given a vague description of what chili is. I've actually tried this brand before, and the Yellow Thai Curry from Good 2 Go is hands down the best camp meal I've ever had, so the problem here isn't the quality of the ingredients or the nutritional value or anything; it's purely a matter of taste. This chili is sweet--like, weirdly sweet. This unnerving sweetness, combined with a suspiciously artificial smokiness and a severe lack of actual spice made this hard to put down, even when I was really hungry. The beans are good and the texture is fine, but the flavor is just not good (if you've ever had actual chili before). By all means, DO try the Yellow Curry; it's amazing (for camp food). But give this one a pass unless you hate good chili.

    Travelling Lifesaver for Vegan/GF Peeps

      I generally make my backpacking meals from scratch, so I haven't taken these out in the backcountry, but I ADORE these quick, delicious meals for traveling. I'm vegan, so sometimes on long road trips or when I'm climbing/skiing in remote locations/countries where vegan options don't always abound, these are SO damn nice in a pinch when you're tired, hungry, and desparate (I'm all about trying local cuisine, but places like rural Iceland have not been as easy to find veggie noms in as say, Nepal). They're even a great air-travel companion, as you can toss one in a carry-on, snag a cup of boiling water from a flight attendant, and have a super tasty meal in just a few minutes. Who likes airplane food anyway?!

      Really good to go!

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      For a long time Mountain House and Alpine Aire have been the go to brands for dehydrated meals. Both brands are great in their own right, but Good to Go has really taken the idea of fast, light, easy to prepare, nutritious meals to the next level. This chili is real food, and really delicious. Season with your favorite hot sauce.

      Ok, not too bad

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      So I got a couple of these good to go meals after hearing about them at work. I am gluten free for the most part due to dietary issues, so it is nice to see companies providing more options for the GF crowd. Functionality wise, it definitely does the job after a day of hiking or whatever else you were doing. Packaging is good, seals shut to keep the heat in for cooking which is nice and it also makes it a pretty nifty trash container for the rest of the trip when you forget a trash bag. Overall, taste wise, I found it to be on the sweeter end. After a hard day hiking, it wasn't quite what we were looking for, but we were hungry and it was made. It packs a lot of calories, carbs, and proteins which help on the recovery side so that you can keep going the next day. Compared to the other brands, it did taste noticeably better, which could be due to the fact that its handmade by a chef in Maine with real ingredients. Overall, I don't know if I would buy again, it is adequate, but not to my tastebuds. Feel free to reach out anytime if you have any GF meal questions or would like suggestions in planning out GF meals for a trip.

      Ok, not too bad

      Delicious dose of protein

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I haven't tried all of the Good-To-Go meals but after sampling their 3-bean chili I can't wait to get them all. Not only does the chili pack a mean punch of flavor in the kind of comfort food we all yearn for on the trail, it's also packed full of protein to get your muscles recovered and ready for another chunk of trail the next morning. Definitely recommend it.

      Delicious dose of protein