Mountain House MCW Case Of 20
Mountain House MCW Case Of 20

Unopened Case of MCW Long Range Patrol Rations, straight from Mountain House.

Official Preparation Instructions

  1. Add 8-16 (check package) ounces of hot water (~⅓ canteen cup) to pouch
  2. Stir, wait ~5-10 minutes until fully rehydrated
  3. Hot water can be added in stages to keep food hot.

Recommended Best Practices

  • Meals should be fully hydrated per the official instructions, and left to fully absorb the water.
  • Eating too fast can mess with your mood, your metabolism, and your digestive system. Pace yourself and eat at a normal speed.
  • Rehydrating the meal just means that the meal is rehydrated. You are still in charge of hydrating yourself. Make sure to drink adequate water.
  • Minimize exposure to direct sunlight and temperatures above 75°F to maximize shelf life. Like most things, if stored in a dry cool place it will last longer. Proprietary Mountain House packaging preserves flavor until 2029, and viable calories beyond that.

Meals

Full Ingredients and Nutritional Info

Menu (x20) Calories (Per Case) Protein (Per Case) Fat (Per Case) Carbs (Per Case) Weight (Per Case)
Western Omelette 7600 620g 440g 320g 3.31 lbs
Breakfast Skillet 9000 340g 540g 640g 3.98 lbs
Spaghetti w/ Meat Sauce 10400 540g 220g 1500g 5.38 lbs
Beef Stew 11400 860g 360g 1260g 6.18 lbs
Spicy Oriental Chicken  11600 640g 100g 1980g 6.61 lbs
Chili Mac w/ Beef 11400 620g 300g 1540g 6.00 lbs
Turkey Tetrazzini  12200 720g 420g 1180g 5.51 lbs

Specs

  • Produced by Oregon Freeze Dry under the ‘Mountain House’ brand
  • U.S. Military contract overrun. Unobtainable any other way.
  • Freeze-dried food condensed, and vacuum packed in "brick pack" pouches
  • Proprietary Mountain House packaging preserves flavor until 2029, and viable calories beyond that.
  • Minimize exposure to temperatures above 75°F to maximize shelf life.
  • Meets U.S. military nutritional requirements for active soldiers in the field, providing a high calorie count with plenty of sodium and carbohydrates.
  • Lightweight and compact, high nutrient food almost you can store almost anywhere

Size Matters

One of the advantages of this product is it's compactness. How compact are they exactly? Well, here is a table of various containers as well as how many MCW's you can fit in each, along with the corresponding calories.

 Container How many MCW's you can fit Total Calories
French Rubberized Dry Bag 161 98,210
SADF Grootsack 141 86,010
French F1 Rucksack 141 86,010
Polish M93 Rucksack 111 67,710
Polish WZ89 Pack 111 67,710
Swiss Expanding Messenger Bag 80 48,800
German Alpine "Gebirgsjäger" Backpack 66 40,260
East German Combat Pack 23 14,030
Finnish Shoulder Bag 19 11,590
Flektarn LKS Main Pouch 17 10,370
Spongebob Lunchbag 14 8,540

*values estimated using Turkey Tetrazzini

Return Policy

Once the seal on the bag is punctured we cannot accept a return on this item. The meals are consumables and once consumed void warranty.

Mountain House MCW Case Of 20

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Unopened Case of MCW Long Range Patrol Rations, straight from Mountain House.

Official Preparation Instructions

  1. Add 8-16 (check package) ounces of hot water (~⅓ canteen cup) to pouch
  2. Stir, wait ~5-10 minutes until fully rehydrated
  3. Hot water can be added in stages to keep food hot.

Recommended Best Practices

  • Meals should be fully hydrated per the official instructions, and left to fully absorb the water.
  • Eating too fast can mess with your mood, your metabolism, and your digestive system. Pace yourself and eat at a normal speed.
  • Rehydrating the meal just means that the meal is rehydrated. You are still in charge of hydrating yourself. Make sure to drink adequate water.
  • Minimize exposure to direct sunlight and temperatures above 75°F to maximize shelf life. Like most things, if stored in a dry cool place it will last longer. Proprietary Mountain House packaging preserves flavor until 2029, and viable calories beyond that.

Meals

Full Ingredients and Nutritional Info

Menu (x20) Calories (Per Case) Protein (Per Case) Fat (Per Case) Carbs (Per Case) Weight (Per Case)
Western Omelette 7600 620g 440g 320g 3.31 lbs
Breakfast Skillet 9000 340g 540g 640g 3.98 lbs
Spaghetti w/ Meat Sauce 10400 540g 220g 1500g 5.38 lbs
Beef Stew 11400 860g 360g 1260g 6.18 lbs
Spicy Oriental Chicken  11600 640g 100g 1980g 6.61 lbs
Chili Mac w/ Beef 11400 620g 300g 1540g 6.00 lbs
Turkey Tetrazzini  12200 720g 420g 1180g 5.51 lbs

Specs

  • Produced by Oregon Freeze Dry under the ‘Mountain House’ brand
  • U.S. Military contract overrun. Unobtainable any other way.
  • Freeze-dried food condensed, and vacuum packed in "brick pack" pouches
  • Proprietary Mountain House packaging preserves flavor until 2029, and viable calories beyond that.
  • Minimize exposure to temperatures above 75°F to maximize shelf life.
  • Meets U.S. military nutritional requirements for active soldiers in the field, providing a high calorie count with plenty of sodium and carbohydrates.
  • Lightweight and compact, high nutrient food almost you can store almost anywhere

Size Matters

One of the advantages of this product is it's compactness. How compact are they exactly? Well, here is a table of various containers as well as how many MCW's you can fit in each, along with the corresponding calories.

 Container How many MCW's you can fit Total Calories
French Rubberized Dry Bag 161 98,210
SADF Grootsack 141 86,010
French F1 Rucksack 141 86,010
Polish M93 Rucksack 111 67,710
Polish WZ89 Pack 111 67,710
Swiss Expanding Messenger Bag 80 48,800
German Alpine "Gebirgsjäger" Backpack 66 40,260
East German Combat Pack 23 14,030
Finnish Shoulder Bag 19 11,590
Flektarn LKS Main Pouch 17 10,370
Spongebob Lunchbag 14 8,540

*values estimated using Turkey Tetrazzini

Return Policy

Once the seal on the bag is punctured we cannot accept a return on this item. The meals are consumables and once consumed void warranty.