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Old 09 February 2012, 13:46   #1
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Good easy food to have on board

I have been introduced to an amazing food product manufactured by a company called Fuizion. It is restaurant quality freeze dried and is brill. Just add hot water from a thermos flask, wait 10 minutes and a piping hot meal is ready to eat. Www.fuizionfreezedriedfood.com ideal for long passages etc. Alan P
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Old 09 February 2012, 13:59   #2
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I have been introduced to an amazing food product manufactured by a company called Fuizion. It is restaurant quality freeze dried and is brill. Just add hot water from a thermos flask, wait 10 minutes and a piping hot meal is ready to eat. Www.fuizionfreezedriedfood.com ideal for long passages etc. Alan P
Hot cans are ok too,
Self heating in about 12/15 mins,just pierce the top and it starts,
it's actually 2cans one inside the other and it works by water and lime chemical reaction
some larger supermarkets sell them .
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I've used hotpacks Hot Pack, Self Heating Meals from Canland UK too. They are handy if you don't have access to hot water, but if you do have access to hot water I think I the Fuizion would have the edge.
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The self heating coffee cups are quite good as well.

Perfect to have onboard for the very cold days.

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That looks really rather nice compared with the self heating meals.
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Looks much better than the ol' Raven Packs that you used to have back in the day... or a good alternative to Pot Noodle ! ;-)

On a serious note they do look excellent.
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Once you try this product you willnever use anything else. I have used everything on the market and this is miles ahead of anything before. Alan P
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Once you try this product you willnever use anything else. I have used everything on the market and this is miles ahead of anything before. Alan P
We had some of these in the antarctic and I totally agree with Alan - the other brands of similar foods we had (BeWell etc) were fine but the Fuizion ones were a cut above the rest. Take a long spoon with you though, the packs we had were long and thin and it was hard to get the last remaining grain of rice out!

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