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Old 02-05-2010, 05:50 PM   #1
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I bought some of these Nonpareil Homestyle Dehydrated Hash Browns in the USA they are great! I can't find any here in Canada but I have a small shipment coming from the South. They store forever and are so easy to make you can add anything you like to them.

http://www.nonpareilpotato.com/freshFind.html

If you can find them try them!
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Old 02-05-2010, 09:40 PM   #2
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Theyare great to use with the Dehydrated water tablets.

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Old 02-06-2010, 06:46 AM   #3
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If I have a campfire, I usually wrap one or two small potatoes in foil and put them at the edge of the fire to cook them up for hashbrowns for breakfast. But I don't do a campfire all that often. These might be an alternative assuming you can do part servings and they can be reheated in a skillet (don't carry a microwave). Good find. It's worth a try for me, at least one time.

Might also be good as part of an "escape" box of food for emergency trips. Until you can catch up on shopping.
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If you don't have a microwave ( I have one but no power) You can make as much as you want cover with boiling water for about 20 mins drain and fry, I bought a large carton (2qt. size) about one cup of dry potatoes = 4 servings I bought these at a war surplus store in Idaho.
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We have purchased the regular frozen hash browns and then put them in the food drier for a couple of hours before storing in some ziploc bags for back packing.
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We have purchased the regular frozen hash browns and then put them in the food drier for a couple of hours before storing in some ziploc bags for back packing.
That's another good idea. I could even vacuum seal the results for slightly longer term storage.
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Old 02-07-2010, 11:39 AM   #7
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I buy the same type but different brand. They are fab for camping! Directions for the type I buy at Costco is to fill the carton with boiling water, let stand 10 min's then pan fry! I am currently out so I will have to post the Brand name after I get back to Costco.

Steve, the cartons are about the size of a milk carton (kids lunch), I can't see why you couldn't pour out half and re-hydrate only the portion you need.
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I buy the same type but different brand. They are fab for camping! Directions for the type I buy at Costco is to fill the carton with boiling water, let stand 10 min's then pan fry! I am currently out so I will have to post the Brand name after I get back to Costco.

Steve, the cartons are about the size of a milk carton (kids lunch), I can't see why you couldn't pour out half and re-hydrate only the portion you need.
The name is Golden Grill Russet Premium Hash Brown Potatoes. They come in an 8 pack.
There great. I had some for breakfast this morning.
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Steve, the cartons are about the size of a milk carton (kids lunch), I can't see why you couldn't pour out half and re-hydrate only the portion you need.
So far, I haven't found them in my local Krogers. I've been assuming they'd be in the instant potato aisle. Just considering options until I run across them in another store. I have about 3 grocery store chains I frequent depending on where I'm coming from when I start for home. Two more to check...
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The name is Golden Grill Russet Premium Hash Brown Potatoes. They come in an 8 pack.
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Check out this website http://www.harmonyhousefoods.com/
All sorts of dehydrated goodies - even vegan soup mixes!

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Been looking all over for the dehydrated water tablets where you just drop one in a canteen then add water. Can't find them anywhere.
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