Dehydrated food like veggies, fruits, and beans are the perfect kinds of food to take camping because all you have to do is add water to rehydrate them to their original form. Simmer veggies, beans, and legumes for 10 to 15 minutes, and voila: dinner is served. TVP (textured vegetable protein) is another great camping food and is ready in 5 to 10 minutes. Freeze dried fruit and freeze dried veggies can be enjoyed straight out of the bag or warmed up with equal parts water. We take all the guess work out of cooking with our handy rehydration chart, so your camping meals can be cooked to perfection.
Celebrated Backpacking Food
We've stocked our Backpacking Kit with all the essential food to take camping, so you can make healthy, nutritious meals in the great outdoors, sun up to sun down. The prestigious editors at Backpack Magazine even took note and awarded our Backpacking Kit with their coveted Editors Choice Award. It has everything you need to make delicious soups, stews, chili and more with 18 resealable zip pouches including carrots, potatoes, green peas, tomatoes, green beans, sweet corn, cabbage, peppers, onions, lentils, and four different kinds of beans. To cook, pour the desired amount into your pot, add water, simmer, season, and savor the goodness.
What People Are Saying
We pride ourselves on offering the best quality dehydrated food to take camping, but why take our word for it? Here's what some of our customers have to say about our range of dehydrated and freeze dried food.
I bought the Backpacking Kit so we would have some veggies while spending a week on the Appalachian Trail. Unlike freeze dried dinners, these are just the pure foods. All were delicious! I'd planned to save the leftovers for the next backpacking trip, but I've been enjoying them for quick, easy lunches.
The Vegetable Sampler is a great way to start experimenting with dehydrated food to take camping or for everyday! I will certainly be buying more dehydrated vegetables from Harmony House Foods to make cooking faster and easier.