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    What are you having for dinner?

    While everyone else in camp chokes down cans of kippered snacks, packets of chili mac, and cold Vienna sausages, you'll set their taste buds a-drool with Good To-Go's Thai Curry Entree. Made in Maine with fresh ingredients, this spicy yellow coconut curry is made with vegetables, jasmine rice, Thai chilies, ginger, and turmeric powder for good measure.

    • Gluten free
    • Pescatarian
    • Serves two
    • Contains: anchovies, coconut, and milk
    • Item #GTG0003

    Tech Specs

    Servings Per Container
    anchovy, coconut, milk
    Claimed Weight
    6.6 oz
    Recommended Use

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    Pretty Darn Good

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    If you are going to do freeze dried meals, Good to Go is the Way to Go. Generous serving size and tastes way better than the competitors. My favorite is the Thai Curry , followed by the Mushroom Risotto.

    Great spice combination

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    A good thai meal in the backcountry is hard to come by. Is this meal as good as your neighborhood thai spot? Hell no! But does it provide a good sustaining, flavorful, and quick meal when you need it? Hell yes! I wouldn't recommend getting more than one of these per man on a trip, but ymmv.

    Don't forget these need more steep time at higher elevations.

    Decent got tired of it quick

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    started out as average but the more i ate the worse it got. I did finish it and found it a decent break from other dehydrated food on a long trip but don't think i will take more in the future.


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

    This is my favorite meal from this brand, I would suggest cooking the meal a little longer than suggested. I left mine for the recommended time and the peas were still a little crunchy. The curry stained my spoon yellow so if you're using plastic beware.

    Good to Go!

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

    Good to-Go definitely makes the best backpacking meal. I have reordered a few of these so I have them on deck for all future backpacking trips. Thai Coconut Curry is my favorite from GTG, highly recommended. Takes close to 30 minutes at 9,000ft.

    Favorite backpacking meal

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Generous portions, actual vegetables (and lots of 'em), great flavor, and even a pleasant kick: what's not to love?

    I often struggle to find my appetite on backpacking trips or at altitude, even after long days on the trail when I should have worked up a monster appetite. Folks, I'm here to tell you that this is the first backpacking meal where the aroma had me really looking forward to eating it. In addition to just tasting good, it's a nice mental boost to feel a little more like myself and not to have to force myself to eat. Did I mention it's delicious? Highly recommended!

    Definitely don't skimp on the rehydrating time - give it the full 20 minutes (plus a few extra if you're at altitude) unless you like crunchy rice.


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

    Seriously tastes like it's from a restaurant. The veggies re-hydrate amazingly well and test fresh. This needs no added salt/pepper/spices, it tastes amazing on its own. It also provides a HUGE portion size, so it can be split among two people if you're snacking on other items for dinner.


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

    Pair this with some naan bread and you have yourself the best tasting dish in the wild.

    More than impressed with this product, came back to get more but it's already out of stock. I can see why.

    best backpacking meal yet

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    damn, this was amazing. unlike most camp meals, which consist of a little meat and veg with a LOT of filler (rice, noddles, etc), this one is completely loaded with veggies. in fact green beans are ahead of rice on the ingredient list. you shouldn't be expecting restaurant quality from any backpacking meal, but this is as close as you'll get. i will be trying their other flavors very soon

    Backcountry gourmet.

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

    Really really tasty and very filling. Has a good spicy kick to it and enough veggies to feel like you're getting more than carbs. This won an award one year for best of backpacker meals for a reason. Actually is enough to share. As previously mentioned, the sodium content, while still high in general of course, is actually not too bad. Definitely takes at least 20 min. Worth it at the end of a long day of ski touring.

    Taste REAL!!!

      These are hands down some of the best Backpacking meals i have tried. They actually taste like real food. Given they are dehydrated there isn't 1000's of mg of Sodium in them. So they don't have that strange salty/preservative taste to them. If your looking for something that taste really good without killing your insides for your next backpacking trip these are the way to go. Keep in mind the cook time will be a bit longer on these.. but believe me it is worth every minute of cook time.