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Anonymous wrote a review of on May 21, 2007

5 5

All six in our group loved the BT. It was easy to make, tasted great, and was easy to clean up. One bag per person is probably the right dose though. Make sure you mix it up really well. I am not sure how the other reviewers gave this less than 5 stars - I would like to go trekking with them because they must be eating like kings.

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Anonymous wrote a review of on May 21, 2007

1 5

The other reviewers must work for AlpineAire, because it was horrid at best. How do you screw up granola? You are better off taking granola and dried milk and making it yourself. It tasted like cardboard. There were six of us on the trip and we all hated it. A couple guys came up with an edible recipe - 1. Add warm water, 2. cut top off rotten banana, 3. squeeze rotten banana into bag, 4. stir, 5. clamp nose, 6. gargle boiling water (to destroy taste buds), 7. pray and choke down.

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Anonymous wrote a review of on May 21, 2007

3 5

This is the least favorite Mountain House meal for me and most of the rest of the group. It was decent because it is easy to make and clean up, but I would rather clean up Kraft M&C than eat this again. It did not taste too bad and we all ate it. Use a little less water than directed and the consistency will be better. If you are really hardcore, drink the cheese juice leftover. I was not that extreme and packed out the juice. The guys that drank the juice were the same rotten banana eaters of the AlpineAire granola.

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Anonymous wrote a review of on October 2, 2006

5 5

This flip flop is the best out there! I wear them all the time and they double as great hiking and approach shoes. The sole is tough and sticky; you won’t feel stones poking though from the trail. There is a bit of a break-in period that may give you a small sore from the webbing, but if you make it though that you will love them for a very long time!

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