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Wild Zora // Summit Savory Chicken 3 oz.

2 reviews Write a Review
$12.95
Ingredients: Free-Range Chicken, Organic Spinach, Carrots, Broccoli, Sweet Potato, Onion, Mushrooms, Lemon, Green Onion, Parsley, Cilantro, Turmeric, Garlic, Sea Salt. View full description

Description

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Paleo Meals To Go (by Wild Zora Foods) - "Summit Savory Chicken" is our classic, cooked to perfection, freeze-dried, Paleo backpacking meal!   No prep, dishes, or mess. Just wholesome, healthy, Paleo freeze-dried food.

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Product information:

  • Freeze Dried meal
  • NO Gluten, grains, nuts, dairy
  • No Added Sugar
  • No Nightshades
  • WITH Free Range Chickens and Organic Vegetables
  • 29 grams of protein per serving

 

 

 

Extra Information

Brand:
Wild Zora
Weight:
4.00 Ounces

Warranty Information

Best By: June 7, 2024

2 Reviews

  • Posted by Elizabeth on Oct 14th 2020

    3

    Wish this turned out better

    It may have been that I poured the contents in a small pot and added the hot water to the pot (instead of putting the water directly into the package) but this just didn't turn out right. The flavor was good, but the veggies absorbed all the water so that half of it was just mush, not soup. I ended up throwing away half of it. I can't say I am eager to try this again, but I did really appreciate not having to cook for one meal!

  • Posted by PM on Sep 9th 2019

    5

    Finally—AIP camping food!

    Since I went on AIP we haven’t been able to do camping trips longer than one night, which is really sad because I love the outdoors. I was so exited when Wild Zora came out with this dehydrated food for camping and backpacking! It’s a very filling, warm meal and was perfect for a 3 night trip we did to the remote Channel Islands this Labor Day. Both beef and chicken flavors are tasty (albeit a bit salty, but that’s camp food). I wish there were maybe one additional flavor to throw into the rotation, but overall couldn’t be happier. My trip wouldn’t have been possible a few years ago, but now I can have time in the outdoors without worrying what I’m going to eat and if I can have hot food. At one point I had tried making my own dehydrated food, but...honestly, who has the time, energy, and patience for that? I’m so glad Wild Zora has created more options for us AIPers who need to get on with living life!