Traveler’s Stew (22 Servings)
Whether you are traveling on foot, by bicycle or by car, pack some Traveler’s Stew. It’s a hearty fare for an active lifestyle. Our Traveler’s Stew combines your favorite ingredients – pasta, lentils, carrots, celery and onion – in a rich chicken broth.
A proprietary blend of savory herbs and spices brings to mind those slow-cooked meals from childhood that smelled as good as they tasted. Ready Hour Traveler’s Stew is a wonderful main dish to include in your daily meal rotation and a must for your survival food supply.
It provides the comforting goodness and balanced nutrition you will need to stay strong in an emergency. This item comes in a bulk #10 can size, about five times the size of an average soup can.
Traveler’s Stew Benefits:
- Ultimate convenience
- Easy to prepare
- Balanced nutrition
- Ideal for off-grid use
- Up to 25-year shelf-life unopened
- Up to 1-year shelf-life after opening
- 22 servings per can with 4,400 calories
- Requires no refrigeration
- Made in the USA
Directions for Making Traveler’s Stew:
- Discard the oxygen absorber packet immediately after opening.
- Measure the correct amount of Traveler’s Stew and water. Bring water to a boil. Use less water for a thicker stew.
- Add the Traveler’s Stew mix, whisking to blend.
- Boil for 3 to 5 minutes.
- Turn the heat down to simmer and cook the Traveler’s Stew for 12 to 15 minutes.
To enhance, add some Ready Hour Freeze-Dried Chicken.
Long grain white rice, lentils, elbow macaroni (semolina, niacin, ferrous sulfate [iron], thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), chicken bouillon (chicken soup base [corn syrup solids, salt, cornstarch, hydrolyzed corn, soy protein, rendered chicken fat, sugar, onion powder, disodium inosinate, disodium guanylate, spices, turmeric, dehydrated parsley, silicon dioxide], salt, sugar, sweet whey, turmeric, garlic powder, caramel color, dehydrated onion), carrot dices, celery slices, chopped onion.
Allergen Alert: This product contains wheat, dairy and soy.
It’s best to store this emergency food in a dry, cool location — a dark area, if possible, at temperatures between 55°F and 70°F. Actual shelf life may vary based on individual storage conditions.