A review of Wise Food Favorites

I got the chance to review Wise Foods and I thought this would be a great chance to see if their food was something I wanted to store. I did receive the food for free in return for my unbiased review, so here it is.

This box says 16 servings for 1 person.
Well, once you cook the food, that is way too much for one person and the only time I would be eating food storage style food is if I didn’t have a way to store leftovers. So, that said, there was enough in each pouch to feed 2 adults and 2 teenagers a light meal.
All four of these were not bad. I wouldn’t call them gourmet, as the box says.
I would maybe take these camping and, if it’s the only food I had to eat, it wouldn’t be a bad thing.

An unaltered picture of the stroganoff. Wasn’t bad. Needed salt and pepper.

This is an unaltered picture of the Tomato Basil. It was the best of the 4 pouches, but I could have had a can of a leading brand and had the same taste. Not bad for a powdered soup and plenty for 4 medium bowls.

All of these called for only 4 cups of boiling water. Add the contents of the pouch to the water, turn off heat, and let sit for 15 minutes.
Every pouch that had noodles, the boiling water wasn’t enough to soften the noodles enough. I think leaving the heat on low would have been more effective.

cheesy lasagna
My kids commented that this looks NOTHING like the box.

Not pictured is the Creamy Pasta and Veg Rotini. It was edible with salt and pepper.

I was going to add my affiliate link for you to purchase your own products and decided not to.
While their food was edible, I wouldn’t say it was amazing and I only want to recommend this type of product if it’s amazing.
I am sure it’s a ‘you get what you pay for’ product so not even in the same caliber as Mountain House. (Which I haven’t tried yet, but have heard it’s amazing)

Here is the Top Food Storage review of Wise Foods.


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