First Look: Shareable Feast Box by Patagonia Provisions

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Patagonia Shareable Feast Box
Cost: $160


–2 boxes Wild Sockeye Salmon (1 Original, 1 Lemon Pepper)
–1 box (2 pouches) Wild Pink Salmon, Black Pepper
–1 pouch each Red Bean Chili, Black Bean Soup and Green Lentil Soup
–2 pouches Savory Grains (1 each Green Kale and Mushroom)
–3 pouches Breakfast Grains (1 each Red Raspberry, Tart Apple, Creamy Banana)
–12 Fruit + Almond Bars (4 bars each Mango, Inca Berry and Apricot)
–1 pouch Buffalo Jerky
–3 cans Mussels (1 each Savory Sofrito, Smoked, Lemon Herb)
–12 pouches Savory Seeds (4 each Classic Barbecue, Chipotle Lime and Mellow Curry)

Looking for a versatile variety of food to take camping or have for spontaneous adventures from home? Featuring balanced snacks, breakfast cereals, lunch and dinner options and complete protein sources, the Patagonia Shareable Feast Box offers all this and more.

Each breakfast cereal, soup and savory option must be cooked with hot water and the use of a stove (no microwaves here), but offer a convenient, complete meal that is full of flavor. The multiple high quality protein sources (mussels, buffalo and salmon) can be mixed into the savory dishes and soups or just eaten alone.

The buffalo jerky, mussels and salmon were tender, flavorful and filling. If you need something quick to fill your stomach, the savory seeds or fruit and almond bars are a great and balanced snack. All natural and preservative free, they were all tasty and filling. The seeds have the added bonus of being a nice, crunchy protein-filled addition to the soups and savory meals. All food came conveniently packaged in a compact box, making it a great gift idea!

Kylee Van Horn, an avid road and trail runner lives in Carbondale, Colorado. She loves a good adventure, craft beer and talking about sports nutrition.


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