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1-Month Meals Ready-to-Eat Supply

1-Month Meals Ready-to-Eat Supply

1-Month Meals Ready-to-Eat Supply

  • No Cooking Required
  • Great Selection of MRE Entrees
  • Military Contracted Manufacturer
  • 1-Month Supply

Includes:

90 Entrees (Variety of 7-12 of the following): Beef Stew,
BBQ Chicken,
Chicken with Rice,
Vegetarian Chili,
Pinto Beans,
Beef Roast,
Buffalo Chicken,
Cheese Tortellini,
Chicken Fajita,
Chicken Feta,
Chili with Beans,
Chili Macaroni,
Meatballs in Marinara,
Penne Pasta,
Sloppy Joe,
Spaghetti with meat Sauce,
Veggie Burger,
Chicken & Noodles with Vegetables,
Pasta with Vegetables in Tomato Sauce,
Macaroni with Beef,
Pasta with Garden Vegetables,
Southwest Style Chicken with Black Beans & Rice,

30 Drink Mixes
30 Crackers with Peanut Butter Spread
180 Desserts (Selection from the following): Fudge Brownie,
Oatmeal Cookie,
Pound Cake,
Raisins,
Marble Cake,
Lemon Poppy Seed Cake,

List Price: $ 476.25

Price: $ 476.25

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24 Comments/Reviews

  • Chrissy Lee Straub says:

    We manufactured beef stew in our crock pot and scooped out two dinners and place the lid back on, then it sat out for 12 hours. When I realized that I place it correct into the freezer. Is it unsafe to consume now?

  • Glitch says:

    I just got a new slow cooker for x-mas and I want to make some beef stew. I had tried to make some yesterday but it didn’t come out “stewy”. The broth wasn’t thick it was really runny and clear looking. Give me a good recipe that will turn out “stewy”. This is what I used in my last one: Beef meat, carrots, celery, potatoes, salt and pepper and water. That’s all I could think of to add. So please give me a GOOD recipe.

  • Vitor Zamperlini says:

    I have beef stew meat and lots of fresh and frozen veggies. I also have beef broth and lots of seasonings. How exactly do I put this all together? Should I brown the meat first?
    How long do I cook it all? On what setting? How much broth do I use?
    Thanks for your help.

  • Dj Monster Dub says:

    I have some stew beef in my freezer and I want to do something with it with mushrooms and maybe green pepper. I don’t want to make beef stew though. Does anyone have any suggestions?

  • BIGVMOMOV says:

    Ive seen many recipes where people use hugely different spices and ingredients and all call it beef stew.
    i wanted to try some new ones. what are your favorite recipes?

  • Creative Job Feed says:

    I have some stew beef in my freezer and I want to do something with it with mushrooms and maybe green pepper. I don’t want to make beef stew though. Does anyone have any suggestions?

  • Really Teens says:

    We made beef stew in our crock pot and scooped out two dinners and put the lid back on, then it sat out for 12 hours. When I realized that I put it right into the freezer. Is it unsafe to eat now?

  • Oneida Rodiguez says:

    I’m looking to experiment, so please tell me how you think this would go together (the beef stew with button mushrooms and sweet potatoes). And any other suggestions for creativity much appreciated! Thanks!

  • on my mind says:

    is it quicker for the meat to be tenderized in the stove at 300F or in bioling water in a pot

  • Math says:

    I will be using store bought stew meat, white onion, carrots, celery, and potatoes. I have a seasoning packet for stew (I moved ((without moving my stuff)) recently and most of my spices are in another state), plus s&p, garlic powder, cayenne, poultry seasoning, and rosemary. And tabasco. I have flour. And beef broth. I can get red wine and already have beer.

    I have a 1.5 quart casserole dish (this does not have to be a huge stew) and a fry pan and medium sized pot.

    What would you do with these limited resources? I am craving stew but do not have a dutch oven….I will buy any extra ingredients (esp Leeks, red wine, bay leaves, basil/italian seasoning, guinness) if neccessary and should be getting a better pot for cooking from a friend tommorow.

    I have never made stew before.
    Whoa…I can’t believe how many people didn’t read my actual post. I specifically listed all the things I HAVE. i DON’t have a dutch oven or crockpot.

  • Amma Marfo says:

    I got about everything needed to make Beef Stew I just cant figure out a good sounding recipe..
    Any Suggestions??
    Help??

  • Reed Haubert says:

    I’m looking to experiment, so please tell me how you think this would go together (the beef stew with button mushrooms and sweet potatoes). And any other suggestions for creativity much appreciated! Thanks!

  • Tanika Berish says:

    I will be using store bought stew meat, white onion, carrots, celery, and potatoes. I have a seasoning packet for stew (I moved ((without moving my stuff)) recently and most of my spices are in another state), plus s&p, garlic powder, cayenne, poultry seasoning, and rosemary. And tabasco. I have flour. And beef broth. I can get red wine and already have beer.

    I have a 1.5 quart casserole dish (this does not have to be a huge stew) and a fry pan and medium sized pot.

    What would you do with these limited resources? I am craving stew but do not have a dutch oven….I will buy any extra ingredients (esp Leeks, red wine, bay leaves, basil/italian seasoning, guinness) if neccessary and should be getting a better pot for cooking from a friend tommorow.

    I have never made stew before.
    Whoa…I can’t believe how many people didn’t read my actual post. I specifically listed all the things I HAVE. i DON’t have a dutch oven or crockpot.

  • asdfghjkl says:

    I am making beef stew in the crock pot. The recipe called for potatoes, carrots, beef, Lipton soup mix and 6 cups of water, in which 1 cup of uncooked rice will be added. After peeking at it at 3 hours, it seems to lack flavor and it still has a lot of liquid. The beef is tender. How can I thicken it and give it more flavor?

  • Thats Light Black says:

    I will be using store bought stew meat, white onion, carrots, celery, and potatoes. I have a seasoning packet for stew (I moved ((without moving my stuff)) recently and most of my spices are in another state), plus s&p, garlic powder, cayenne, poultry seasoning, and rosemary. And tabasco. I have flour. And beef broth. I can get red wine and already have beer.

    I have a 1.5 quart casserole dish (this does not have to be a huge stew) and a fry pan and medium sized pot.

    What would you do with these limited resources? I am craving stew but do not have a dutch oven….I will buy any extra ingredients (esp Leeks, red wine, bay leaves, basil/italian seasoning, guinness) if neccessary and should be getting a better pot for cooking from a friend tommorow.

    I have never made stew before.
    Whoa…I can’t believe how many people didn’t read my actual post. I specifically listed all the things I HAVE. i DON’t have a dutch oven or crockpot.

  • AGC Esporte says:

    I’m looking to experiment, so please tell me how you think this would go together (the beef stew with button mushrooms and sweet potatoes). And any other suggestions for creativity much appreciated! Thanks!

  • Hunter Yeakley says:

    Hey!

    I’m planning on making a beef stew tomorrow. As well as the beef I will have red onions, carrots, new potatoes and sweet potatoes. As usual I went a bit overboard with all the ingredients, and think I will probably have enough to last me 5-6 days!

    Would I be able to put some stew in a container and put it in the freezer for a few days, then defrost and reheat when I want some?

    Thanks!

  • Jesse Andrechek says:

    I have some stew beef in my freezer and I want to do something with it with mushrooms and maybe green pepper. I don’t want to make beef stew though. Does anyone have any suggestions?

  • Jeremy Sroka says:

    I just got a new slow cooker for x-mas and I want to make some beef stew. I had tried to make some yesterday but it didn’t come out “stewy”. The broth wasn’t thick it was really runny and clear looking. Give me a good recipe that will turn out “stewy”. This is what I used in my last one: Beef meat, carrots, celery, potatoes, salt and pepper and water. That’s all I could think of to add. So please give me a GOOD recipe.

  • Dequon Crawford says:

    Hey!

    I’m planning on making a beef stew tomorrow. As well as the beef I will have red onions, carrots, new potatoes and sweet potatoes. As usual I went a bit overboard with all the ingredients, and think I will probably have enough to last me 5-6 days!

    Would I be able to put some stew in a container and put it in the freezer for a few days, then defrost and reheat when I want some?

    Thanks!

  • Daniel Gonzalez says:

    I have some stew beef in my freezer and I want to do something with it with mushrooms and maybe green pepper. I don’t want to make beef stew though. Does anyone have any suggestions?

  • Young Maine says:

    I will be using store bought stew meat, white onion, carrots, celery, and potatoes. I have a seasoning packet for stew (I moved ((without moving my stuff)) recently and most of my spices are in another state), plus s&p, garlic powder, cayenne, poultry seasoning, and rosemary. And tabasco. I have flour. And beef broth. I can get red wine and already have beer.

    I have a 1.5 quart casserole dish (this does not have to be a huge stew) and a fry pan and medium sized pot.

    What would you do with these limited resources? I am craving stew but do not have a dutch oven….I will buy any extra ingredients (esp Leeks, red wine, bay leaves, basil/italian seasoning, guinness) if neccessary and should be getting a better pot for cooking from a friend tommorow.

    I have never made stew before.
    Whoa…I can’t believe how many people didn’t read my actual post. I specifically listed all the things I HAVE. i DON’t have a dutch oven or crockpot.

  • Deborah Holliday says:

    I make a large amount of beef stew in a crock pot, whats left over, I remove the stone pot container from the crock pot with the lid, cover it with plastic wrap and store it in the refrigerator to eat the very next day.
    Is it safe to eat by storing it this way?
    I don’t wanta get sick
    will the food poison bacteria form when I refigerate it and re-heat it?

  • Melissa Nason says:

    I am going to make “beef” stew using meatballs made from ground turkey. What are some good seasonings for the meatballs and broth?

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