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Mary Janes Farm Organic Kettle Chili

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    5 Reviews


    Delectable backcountry cuisine.

    Chili is to camping what crackers are to cheese. Mary Jane combined the very best of nature's ingredients in her delicious kettle chili. You'll be surprised at how easy it is to cook as well. Don't forget this basic meal when planning a trip. Simply add boiling water directly into the pouch.
    • Item #MJF0026

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    Pouch Cook
    Burnable Package
    Total Carbohydrates
    39 g
    Total Fat
    2 g
    Saturated Fat
    0 g
    14 g
    0 g
    600 mg
    Dietary Fiber
    14 g
    3 g
    Organic Lentils, Organic Black Bean Flakes, Organic Tomatoes, Organic Onions, Organic Red Bell Peppers, Sea Salt, Organic Garlic and Organic Herbs & Spices
    Claimed Weight
    3.3 oz
    Recommended Use

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I've had this one several times and its about as good as freeze dry is going to get in my opinion. Introduced my wife to it on our last trip out and she was pretty happy with it too. To make it stretch and add some heartiness and zing i'd recommend shredding in some cheddar and adding crushed red pepper as well but its not absolutely needed by any means

    Lentil and black bean chili

      I am a big fan of the MJF foods, and this one is no exception. Lentil and black bean chili, who would've thought? It's good, and like most of the MJF meals, it's simple. Add boiling water, stir, roll the top down and wait. I don't bring a pan or cookware when I backpack, so these are the only hot meals I get. I just rolled this up in a couple tortillas and ate it that way. Quite good...

      So what's with the "Country of Origin"...

      So what's with the "Country of Origin" being stated as "China"? Typo?