Harmony House – Affordable Freeze-Dried Camping Goods
November 27, 2017
Dehydrated goods have long been a staple for backpackers and campers around the world but Harmony House has perfected freeze-dried camping foods with their Backpacking Kit, a versatile and affordable option for outdoor enthusiasts.
The Backpacking Kit is their #1 best-selling item and was the recipient of Backpacker Magazine’s Editor’s Choice Award. The kit includes 18 pouches of the following premium freeze-dried products:
Diced Potatoes (2)
Green Peas (2)
Cut Green Beans
Mixed Red & Green Peppers
These 18 pouches provide 70 servings of food, making this a convenient way to carry food and an affordable option for feeding groups of all sizes. Simply pour a pouch into your cooking pot, simmer, season, and serve! For those looking for a bit of gourmet flair, the kit comes with a recipe guide for preparing dehydrated foods!
If you are on a trail and are unable to build a fire, simply soak the beans or vegetables in water and you will have delicious food in no time! Whatever you don’t use on your trips can be stored in your kitchen pantry until your next big adventure.
If you’re not sold on Harmony House yet, the food is lightweight, gluten free, non-GMO, and certified Kosher by the OU. Each product is also guaranteed to be free of pesticides, chemicals, and heavy metals. Eating healthy in the great outdoors couldn’t be much easier!
For more information on the Backpacking Kit and their full range of dehydrated goods, visit http://www.harmonyhousefoods.com.
We hope that you will visit a Highway West Vacations destination in the near future and come prepared with a backpack full of Harmony House freeze-dried food pouches!
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