Backpacker's Pantry Louisiana Red Beans & Rice

Item Code: 048143023074
Reg. Price:  $4.50
Our Price:  $4.19

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Red beans and rice mixed with Creole sauce makes this entree a high carbo power meal. A true Cajun feast!

Dryweight: 6 OZ (170g)

Serving Size: Two 13 oz. Servings

Directions: Remove and discard enclosed oxygen absorber before beginning food preparation. Add 2-1/2 cups (6ml) of boiling water. Stir well. Seal and let sit for 13 minutes. Stir and serve.

Ingredients: RED BEANS, PRECOOKED LONG GRAIN WHITE RICE, TOMATO, ONION, POTATO STARCH, SALT, NEW MEXICO CHILI PEPPER, SUGAR, CORN STARCH, GARLIC, CUMIN SEED, OREGANO, CAYENNE PEPPER.

Backpacker's Pantry manufactures gourmet backpacking, survival and emergency preparedness food. 

The company was founded in 1951 by Ann Benedict to supply the Girl Scouts with lightweight, nutritious food for the trail.  The Smith family purchased the company in 1971, and still owns and operates the company to this day out of Boulder, CO.  CamingSurvival has been selling Backpackers Pantry food for years and are among our favorite survival food storage supplier.

As outdoor enthusiasts participating in an array of activities, we understand the need to pack light and eat well.  We are dedicated to creating dishes that satisfy not only your palate but your nutritional needs and have a very long shelf life making them the perfect survival food.

Our customers are preppers, survivalists, hikers, climbers, kayakers, bikers and all lovers of the outdoors. High in protein, vitamins and carbohydrates.  CampingSurvival sells Backpacker’s Pantry meals because they are designed to fuel any type of adventure, and they require only minimal preparation to enjoy.

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Customer Reviews —  1item(s)

Salty, but good

This stuff tasted about as good as Zatarain's Red Beans and Rice (the stuff in the box at the supermarket), but it has the advantage of being gluten free. It IS a bit saltier than necessary, and the sodium content is quite high, however that could be a very good thing after a long day of hiking. If you're stockpiling these meals for long-term survival purposes, the salt might be a problem for bugging in, but definitely good if you're sweating a lot.
Review by Conor  (Posted on 5/26/2016)