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All DofE recommended expedition food is easy to prepare and the packaging won’t split in your rucksack. You don’t need to keep them refrigerated – your bag will be just fine.
There are two types of DofE recommended expedition food: ready to eat and dehydrated."
Read HERE to find out more about the difference between these options.
Dehydrated: Firepot expedition food is designed for expeditions. They are nutritious, lightweight and high calorie, have durable packaging, and match meals you might have at home - packed with flavour. Just add boiling water directly into pouch, stir, wait for a few minutes and your food is ready to eat. Firepot Food uses produce from local farmers in Dorset and have no palm oil or artificial additives. They have a range of gluten free, lactose free, vegan and vegetarian options too. This option uses less gas as water boils relatively quickly.
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Firepot dehydrated expedition food packsPosh Pork and Beans
Beef stew with Pearl Barley
Smoky Tomato Paella
Vegan Orzo Bolognese
Spicy pork Noodles
Barbecued Pulled Pork
Baked Apple Porridge
See Full Firepot Food range HERE
Ready to Eat: Wayfayrer expedition food is nutritious and ready to eat hot or cold. They’re small to carry, have durable packaging, and match meals you might have at home. These meals are heavier than the dehydrated options and use more gas but you do not need to carry extra water to rehydrate the meals. The water used to boil these bags can also be used for hot drinks such as herbal tea, Coffee or hot chocolate. Just boil in a pot of water to reheat. You can pick from savoury or sweet options.
Wayfayrer expedition food packsAll Day Breakfast
Beans and Burgers
Chicken Tikka and Rice
Veg Curry and Rice
Chilli and Rice
Veg Chili and Rice
Sticky Toffee Pudding
To see the full range of freeze dried, dehydrated and ready to eat meals, head over to our online store.
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