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20 minutes

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What we like:

Ethically sourced food that tastes really good.

What we don’t:

Expensive; not a ton of options.

After drying her own food from the backcountry for years, Alaskan-born Heather Feather launched Heather’s Choice through a Kickstarter campaign in the year 2015. The small but expanding company is among our top choices in terms of quality, flavor, and ingredients as well as gluten-free alternatives. Heather puts a lot of effort into making her meals making use of high-powered ingredients like coconut and maple syrup and fresh-caught Alaskan Sockeye salmon, and 100 percent grass-fed bison and elk. Amazingly, the majority of meals contain 35-40 grams of protein in each serving, and the average is 130 calories per one ounce. The best part is the meals are packaged in a tiny container (kudos on Heather for saving items) and is perfect for small spoons and packs as well.

There aren’t a lot of choices with Heather’s Choice, particularly when you’re vegetarian (although every meal is egg, gluten, soy as well as dairy-free). Additionally, one-serving meals can cost as high as $16, and with about 500 calories per meal You get less for your money as opposed to Good To-Go above (34.4 calories for every dollar as compared to. 53.7). We think that Heather’s Choice is the best tasting food available and the price could be worth for those who don’t desire to compromise their the enjoyment or nutritional value when on the go. For a complete kit we suggest considering Heather’s Choice’s breakfast selections ($9) and her cult cookies-like Packaroons. They contain 170 calories of nutritious sugars and fats in just one ounce.

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