Fuel on-the-go for outdoor enthusiasts
Summit To Eat – part of the European Freeze Dry company – is offering a wide variety of freeze dried food meals for extreme sports and adventures of all kinds with breakfasts, snacks, lunches and dinners designed to keep energy levels high.
The Summit To Eat freeze dried food range offers real food for those who take their outdoor adventure seriously from camping to sports such as triathlons with its lightweight, ease-of-storage benefits combined with easy cooking and longevity for up to seven years in pouches by just adding water.
Diana Morris, of Summit To Eat, said: “The Summit To Eat range is widely recognised across Europe – one of our ambassadors is a 70-year-old who is preparing to row across the Atlantic using our ready meals. He only has to add water and he has got all the calories and nutritional balance he needs for his challenge.”
On a diet of Summit To Eat food, Frank Rothwell casts off from the Canary Islands on December 12, with the hope of reaching Antigua and reuniting with his wife of 50 years Judith on Valentine’s Day 2021 to raise £1millon for Alzheimer’s Research UK.
Meals include staples of typical home cooking such as chicken tikka, pasta bolognaise and macaroni cheese, to outdoor classics like vegetable chilli or beef and potato stew, with vegan and vegetarian options. Desserts include rice pudding with strawberry and custard apple crunch, while breakfasts offer morning oats with raspberry and porridge pots.
Diana Morris added: “If you want to be organised for your outdoor experience, then expertly prepared freeze dried food provides a lightweight, versatile food source to help fuel any adventure, with slow release for energy and the end goal in mind.
“To enjoy these adventures, nutrition is absolutely crucial, including camping and hiking and when trying to cover specific distances or deal with a particularly difficult climb or traversing hard terrain. From increased calories to help fuel your body and keep you warm in extreme weather, to a comforting meal to help lift spirits, the right food can make all the difference in your experience.”
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