Preppers Bug Out Bag Premium MRE Review

by Mac Hanks

Preppers Bug Out Bag Premium MRE Review

Premium MRE Survival Food for Preppers

Premium MRE Survival Food for Preppers

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Preppers Bug Out Bag Premium MRE Review – What Is It?

As preppers we have a lot to thing about and of course the name of the game is preparation. One of the most important things is food. In the short term, this usually means having some ready supply of emergency back up food that is portable, palatable and convenient to store and travel with.

One of the best examples of this are MRE or Meals Ready to Eat. MRE’s are a package that is a complete meal and accessories all self contained in a handy pouch. They even include items like a flamess heater, salt. Pepper and other condiments, wet naps and a napkin.

MREs are sometimes considered to be the gold standard of survival food by preppers because of their convenience, portability and variety.

Preppers Bug Out Bag Premium MRE Review – What I Liked

Premium MRE Survival Food for Preppers

While the Premium MRE survival food isn’t quite gourmet, it is tasty and provides good nutrition

These Premium MRE’s are as close to the real deal military MRE’s as you can get – except they haven’t been sitting in a warehouse somewhere for the last 5 years. This means they are better than what you would be getting in the military. These are fresher and quite frankly I don’t think you can get a better MRE on the commercial non-military market.

There’s a nice variety in the case pack so you’re not getting a bunch of the same item that nobody likes. Meals include Spaghetti, Chili, Meatballs, Chickene Fajitas, breakfast items and more. Each MRE comes with not just the main course but a couple of side or snack items and usually a Gatorade-like drink and a shake or dessert item. These meals are designed to be pretty balanced and each one clocks in at about 1300 calories meaning you could get by on one a day if you consumed all of the food. I’m not recommending you plan on eating only one of these a day though, that’s strictly for emergencies. You should plan for two of these per day per adult or supplement it with some snacks.

Flavors are all pretty good as is the texture but of course that is VERY subjective so your mileage may vary. In a pinch you’re not going to care about flavor all that much anyway, just subsistence. These premium MRE’s go the distance and are a great choice for preppers. Note that these do have a five year shelf life so you’ll need to keep that in mind if you’re storing them long term.

Preppers Bug Out Bag Premium MRE Review – What I Didn’t Like

Well…and you will laugh or at least grin when I say this…these are MRE’s. They’re damn good as MRE’s go but if you’ve been in the military and eaten a lot of these you know what to expect LOL. These ain’t gourmet by any means but they will get you through the day. I kind of wish they included matches and toilet paper like regular military MRE’s but knowing that they don’t means I can preparre for that. MRE’s do have a shorter shelf life than freeze dried food so that’s something to consider when you’re planning your survival food.

Preppers Bug Out Bag Premium MRE Review – Conclusions

Premium MRE Survival Food for Preppers

There’s actually a lot of food packed in each Premium MRE pouch, making it a great choice for preppers

What can I say here, these are MRE’s. They’re damn good MRE’s for sure. These are perfect for preppers, survivalists, hunters, campers and backpackers. They clock in at about 1300 calories per package and there’s a good variety. Each case has 12 different meals and includes hot drink/cold drink, untensils, entree, side, dessert and snack. Oh and don’t forget the condiments! They’re easy to store and transport. You can throw them in your bug out bag or in the trunk of your car and pretty much forget about them until you need them. Overall I’d say that Premium MRE’s are a good choice and worth having at least a couple cases around at any given time.

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