Today is the last in the Libby’s Foil pack meat review series. Much of the generalaties on my thoughts for these in Bug Out and Bug in situations has been covered. Today I’ll cover the specific nutritional value of the Foil Corned beef and what their role in a bug out/in would be.
Yesterday I reviewed the Libby’s Seasoned Beef crumbles today I’m going to review the Spicy ones. They come in the same 6oz foil package that makes them ideal to carry in a Bug Out Bag. The ingredients got longer with this package, as expected with them being spicy. I woke up hungry today so lets heat these up and chow down.
Whenever I out buying groceries I stop by the canned meat aisle and see whats new and interesting. This week I found a lot of new things in my preferred foil packaging. They were all made by the Libby’s company, today I’ll review the Seasoned Beef Crumbles. I couldn’t find a good source online to buy this so check your local stores, I picked them up for about $2.50. I was worried that this would have a huge ingredient list of fake things. I was not interested in beef flavored TVP or unpronounceable chemicals in my food even emergency food. The listed ingredients are: Beef, Water, Contains 2% or less of: Salt, Beef Extract, Caramel Color. Let’s heat this thing up and dig in!